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How Software Training Boosts QC

Posted September 13, 2011 10:33 AM

Software plays a central role in the reliability of countless products. That fact drove GE Healthcare last year to launch a program to train more than 150 software developers in ASQ's certified software quality engineer (CSQE) process. As described in Quality Progress, it was a huge commitment involving 5,000 hours of on-the-job training. But the payoffs were great, not only in improved software quality, but also in promoting shared ideas and use of predictive modeling for software performance. Read more about how GE trained its software engineers, and share your thoughts on boosting software quality.

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