NUST School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS) is organizing a Workshop on Quality for Sustainable Software Design 11 June 2014 | 1100 Hrs | SEECS seminar hall
The presentation will build a case for why Quality should be a paramount concern for sustainable software engineering especially when dealing with medium to high level of complex products and services which have to stand the test of time. It will attempt to define the quality challenge and provide a perspective from a single release as well as the complete lifespan point of views. The correlation between cost, schedules, quality and maturity is explained and a desirable optimum configuration is described. A capability and maturity based framework is suggested to devise a list of practical actions and initiatives to achieve the desired goals
Kamran Kundi is a goal-oriented professional with profound knowledge of planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling complex software development projects and programs. He has 17 years of experience in quality software engineering working for both Silicon Valley startups and large enterprises including IBM and Texas Instruments. He is currently the Chief Quality Advisor for Al-Elm IT Security Company in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Here are some highlights of his career:
- Held responsibility for delivery of major software product releases and managed geographically diverse teams of more than 60 engineers.
- Recognized by business for producing results by leading challenging engineering missions including performance engineering, highly scalable and complex customer projects and quality management.
- Extensive experience in software design and development, which has evolved into technical leadership roles connecting business goals with engineering deliverables.
- Mastered every aspect of software engineering and development lifecycle through many years of hands-on experience in design to delivery, training, technical sales and support.
- Championed customer advocacy in support of business goals