Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Meeting Announcement - September 18th

Time and Location
The Red Earth QA's meeting will be held on the 3rd floor of 100 N. Broadway from 11:30am-1pm on Thursday, September 18th. Look for the signs to direct you to the correct room.

Frank Rowland will discuss Dr. Edward Deming's 14 principles of quality. Dr. Deming is considered one of the pioneers in establishing quality-based practices in many disciplines, including software quality assurance.

Can't attend in Person?
dial-in number: 877 848- 7030
passcode: 8218181


  • You can park in Main Street Parking on Main or you can find street parking.
  • From I-40, take the Robinson Exit. Go North on Robinson to Main. Right on Main. You can either go to Main Street Parking or continue to Santa Fe Parking. You will see 100 N Broadway on your left across Broadway. The building says 'Chase' at the top.

Training Course in OKC by Rice Consulting, November 4-5 2008!

Innovative Techniques for Software Testing
This workshop is designed for software and testers, test team leaders, and software developers who want to learn new and innovative ways to perform software testing. The topics covered in this workshop are appropriate for any level of testing knowledge and experience, from foundation to advanced levels. You will learn new and innovative techniques for software testing. This is also a great course to bring developers to!

This workshop is 50% lecture and 50% interactive labs where you will be able to practice with others the techniques covered in the lectures.

Your instructor will be Randy Rice, a recognized trainer and consultant in the field of software testing and a member of the Board of Directors of the American Software Testing Qualifications Board (ASTQB).

Course Location

Downtown Oklahoma City
Devon Energy Corporation
20 North Broadway
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-8260

Detailed directions will be e-mailed to registered attendees.

How to Register

You can register at

Space is limited to 20 people and the availability is first-come, first-served.

Course Details

You can see a complete outline at:


You can e-mail any questions to