Last week, on 27th April, I presented at Yahoo! Bangalore as an Invited Speaker (Thanks to Nirmala, who is one of the key persons behind QA activities at Yahoo! Bangalore). The topic was “Building the Performance Engineering CoE”. It was a part of QE Conference 2007, in which different speakers are invited to present at Yahoo! on a regular basis.

It was a good exercise for me to work on this topic. I worked on the very idea of CoE and its need, especially for the performance engineering discipline. I evaluated the existing CoE models in some organizations and institutionalized an easy to understand terminology for them. The final word was governed by one of my earlier posts on this blog – Expanding a COE to System-wide Knowledge Pool

I will post the contents of the presentation as a series of posts in this blog. So, keep visiting!

Rahul Verma

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