On November 8, 2018, an all-female panel of presenters is slated to represent QualityWorks at the annual Jamaica Computing Society Information Technology Knowledge Forum at the University of the West Indies, Jamaica. The JCS Conference which is one of Jamaica’s only tech conferences will bring together some of the top tech companies in Jamaica to discuss ‘Tech-Volution: Exploring AI, Building Enterprise Security and Delivering Data Privacy.’
As one of the top software development and QA companies in Latin America and the Caribbean, QualityWorks will be leading out Day Two of the conference with a highly anticipated DevSecOps workshop. The all-female panel of presenters will consist of seasoned QA consultants, Brittany Stewart, Ria Joseph, Yanika Miller and Danielle Boothe who will share from their wealth of knowledge and experience in the areas of Continuous Performance Testing, Agile Test Design and GDPR Compliance. Participants will benefit from insight on how substandard application performance and poor cybersecurity posture can cripple a company’s growth. The workshop will also provide hands-on experience and practical application of concepts to aid in addressing these critical areas such as corporate compliance and building an effective process in DevSecOps.
Stacy Kirk, CEO of QualityWorks proudly shared “I am delighted that the women of QualityWorks are stepping out this year to present at the JCS conference. This represents a new era of female leadership in the tech world, not only in Jamaica but in the world and it’s great that QualityWorks is leading that charge.”
Learn more about the JCS Information Technology Knowledge Forum and how to register here.