Create software with Zero Bugs! Is that your reality? Why or why not?

We've heard the mantra, an extension of the Zero Defects movement introduced in manufacturing in the 60s. Is it achievable? How do you achieve it? What does it mean? What challenges do you run into? Are they technical, people, or organizational issues? All of the above? The reasons probably go deeper than you realize.

This talk will look at all aspects of what it takes to adopt and deliver on a Zero Bugs promise. We'll cover a wide range of technical approaches, along with some opinions on their effectiveness and applicability. We'll talk about the people issues from whether people believe it's possible to overcoming the obstacles in applying it. Finally, we'll talk about some of the organizational, habitual, and structural issues that complicate its pursuit.

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About the Speaker(s)

Experienced practitioner with a diverse background across roles, industries, and company sizes. Approaches Agile with a Lean slant, software development with craft, and organizations with humanity. International and keynote speaker and author of "Quality Code: Software Testing Principles, Practices, and Patterns."