We will ask Rex about how testing changed during last 20 years, what we could expect in the future. How it looks like to work with the clients from military domain and how to stay in profession during 24 years and do not burnt out.
With thirty-five years of experience, Rex Black is President of RBCS, a leader in software, hardware, and systems testing. Since 1994, RBCS has delivered consulting, expert services, and training to hundreds of clients worldwide. Ranging from Fortune 20 companies to start-ups, RBCS clients save time and money through higher quality, improved product development, decreased tech support calls, improved reputation, and more.
Rex and his team help their clients solve the most difficult software quality and testing problems. An in-depth assessment is frequently the first step. From there, Rex and his fellow experts may come on-site for a couple weeks or even a few months to help implement the changes their clients need. From starting a testing group to building an automated testing tool to creating a testing strategy to putting a metrics program in place, if it’s related to testing and quality, RBCS has done it.
Rex is the most prolific author in the field of software testing. His fourteen popular books have sold hundreds of thousands of copies around the world and have been translated into over a dozen languages. In addition, Rex has created more than twenty training courses, which have been used to train tens of thousands of people internationally, both directly through RBCS training and through a worldwide network of licensed partners in worldwide. Rex has presented a monthly free webinar for over ten years; this series has attracted over 50,000 registrations and now is popular podcast, too.
Rex has written over fifty articles, presented hundreds of papers, workshops, and seminars, and given about a hundred keynotes and other speeches at conferences worldwide. Rex is a Founder and past President of the ISTQB and of the ASTQB. He is a Founder and current President of the TMMi America chapter.