Event Registration: Growing a Culture of Quality

Wednesday 19th April at 4.45pm | Eight Moorgate, London, EC2

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We’re thrilled to announce our upcoming live event in London, where we will be joined by speakers from the billion-dollar British home furnishings retailer, Dunelm, including Stuart Day – their Head of Quality.

Dunelm came up against the challenge of meeting modern tech-savvy consumer demands with legacy infrastructure. After careful planning and execution, they were able to start (and are still on) a large transformational journey, of which a significant part has been embedding a culture of quality across their whole technology landscape. This has led to them becoming a technological leader in the industry.

​​​​​​​Stuart and his team will talk you through this journey and how they’ve applied quality engineering practices and techniques at every opportunity.

The presentations will be followed by Q&A, networking, drinks and nibbles. It’s free to come along, but we’re expecting this to be a popular event so please reserve your space early to guarantee yours.

  • Who should attend: People responsible for their company’s IT projects, software engineering, systems, testing and quality programs
  • When: 4.45pm on Wednesday 19th April (Presentations start at 5pm. Drinks, nibbles and networking from 6.30pm)
  • Where: Eight Moorgate, London, EC2
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stuart day

Stuart Day, Head of Quality at Dunelm

Hardik Patel

Hardik Patel, Principal Performance Engineer at Dunelm

James Prescott

James Prescott, Principal QE – Data at Dunelm

Chris Thompson

Chris Thompson, Director of Consultancy Services at Ten10

Key takeaways from the event

  • What does embedding a culture of quality actually mean
  • How do you engineer with quality in mind
  • Setting the right mindset
  • How to achieve continuous quality and deliver high-quality value to your customers at speed
  • Common quality and test challenges with digital transformations and programme delivery
  • The importance of early and continuous testing
  • Why automation through the SDLC is critical
  • Best/good practice for quality engineering

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