About the workshop:
This is an ONLINE workshop on Regression Quality & DataVault
Regression Quality :
A regression defect is a bug which causes a feature that worked correctly to stop working after a certain event. It is very important in any SDLC to avoid such bugs because if uncaught this can break system without knowing till end which results into additional cost. Our focus is how we can ensure avoiding regression bugs in our agile process.
Instructor : Ms. Heena Manoharlal Talreja, Engineering Manager, Encora
Instructor : Mr. Devarashetty Sunil, Team Lead, Encora
Session date : 24th December, 2022
Timings : Saturday 10am – 1pm
Registration fees and Certificate
Course Fee : Rs 236/- ( Rs 200 +18% GST)
Certificiate : Certificates will be provided to participants who attend the workshop.
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and backed by private equity firm Advent International, Encora is the preferred innovation partner to some of the world’s leading technology companies. It provides next-gen services such as Predictive Analysis, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Cloud, and Test Automation. Encora has deep cluster vertical capabilities in HealthTech, FinTech, HiTech, IAM & Cybersecurity, Digital Commerce, EdTech, Supply Chain & Logistics, Telecom and other specialized industries. Encora is an established leader in outsourced product development services that specializes in innovation acceleration for leading-edge technology companies. With over 7,500 associates in 40+ offices and innovation labs across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Brazil, India, and Asia Pacific, Encora’s global talent pool, micro-industry vertical expertise and proprietary agile engineering capabilities enable clients to improve their speed to impact. For more information, please visit www.encora.com.
About the Instructor
Ms. Heena Manoharlal Talreja
Title: Engineering Manager, Encora
Mr. Devarashetty Sunil
Title: Team Lead, Encora
Bio: I’d like to introduce myself; my name is Sunil. I have experience with Teradata, ETL, and DWH, totaling eleven years. My work career has been greatly shaped by projects that included data transfer, data warehousing, and data vaulting.