Get a closer look at how developers work on the Engineering team (R & D) of SUSE, and close the collaboration gap between GSI and Engineering
Santiago can go over different development workflows, and can do a deepdive into how Quality Engineering works (think of my QE Team, the advocates for your customers), The idea of this session is to help to close the gap between R&D, and GS in this case, find possible opportunities for collaboration, and broaden our understanding of SUSE as a whole.
- Give $audience a small window on how to get some questions answered either on the spot or within days of how some things at engineering are done
- Give Santiago Zarate from Quality Engineering a look into how $audience sees the engineering departments, and find out possibilities of further collaboration
By running an "Ask me Anything" session, which is a format of a kind of open Q & A session, where participants ask the host multiple questions.
The rules are simple, the more questions the more fun it will be; while this will be only a window into engineering, it can also be the place to help all of us get to a similar level of understanding of the processes that are behind our respective areas of the organization.
The host will be monitoring the questions on some pre-agreed page, and try to answer to the best of their knowledge, if a question is too difficult or the host doesn't have the answer, he will do his best to provide an answer at a later date.
Atendees are encouraged to add questions beforehand; in the case there aren't any, we would be looking at how Quality Engineering tests new products or performs regression tests
- Introduction of Santiago Zarate, Product Owner of Quality Engineering Core team
- Ice breaker
- AMA time! Add your questions $PAGE
- Looking at QE Workflows: How is
- A maintenance update being tested before being released to our customers
- Products in development are tested before making it generally available
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