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Austin ASQ Young Quality Professionals Chair
- 20+ years as a Quality Professional
- Senior ASQ Member
- Significant experience and knowledge with FDA/ TGA/ MHRA/ ANVISA/ JPAL regulations, ISO standards, MDD, and EU MDR regulations
Pinthouse Pizza – 2800 Hoppe Trail, Round Rock, Tx 78681
Thursday, April 25th 2019 / 6pm – 8pm
6:00pm – YQP presentation
6:30pm – Light snacks
7:30pm – Tour of Pinthouse Pizza (Kitchen & Brewery)
- Please contact Andrew Davison / firstname.lastname@example.org / 512-431-7255
2500 NE Inner Loop Georgetown, ,TX 78626
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 / 6:30 pm – 8:30pm
6:30pm – Networking / Announcements / Light snacks
7:00pm – Small groups cycle through tour & talk or networking in beer garden and/or tap room
8:00pm – Door prizes
- No charge for this event!
- Please contact:
- Arrangements Chair (Acting) email@example.com
- Program Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately sustainability is even today still all too often more marketing than substance. In this presentation we will focus on the role that quality can play in changing this for the better.
Starting from the definition of sustainable development as determined by the United Nations we will introduce a practical triple A approach that is suitable as a guideline for all types and sizes of companies. In a sequence of Awareness – Adoption – Achievement companies can gradually expand their sustainability activities and impact. The effect of this approach is visible on both financial, environmental and social sustainability and is linked to a set of appropriate quality tools in each development phase. Continue reading “March 21, 11 AM Webinar: Sustainability: From Marketing to Quality For All Life”
Vice President, Product & Application Security – Dell & Chairman, SAFECode
Eric Baize leads Dell Product & Application Security organization and is responsible for driving enhanced security practices into the lifecycle of all Dell products and internally developed cloud and IT applications. Eric joined Dell through its merger with EMC where he built EMC’s highly successful product security program from the ground up.
Eric also serves as the Chairman of SAFECode, an industry-led non-profit organization dedicated to advancing software and supply chain security best practices. He holds multiple U.S. patents and authored international security standards.
Many recent major security breaches can be linked to a software vulnerability – either left unpatched or a zero day – that made the attacker’s job easier. Yet, we do not put the developer at the center of our cybersecurity strategy. With DevOps becoming mainstream, and with tens of millions of developers creating code for all kinds of software-enabled devices, mobile apps and cloud services, it is time to expand the fight against advanced threats to include the developer community and its ecosystem.
Developing secure code at scale will require expanding the security conversation beyond developers. This talk will challenge the entire software ecosystem to play their part in building more secure software and deliver software security at scale. Learning from the collected real-world experience of large development organizations, we will review short term strategies for organizations to adopt a secure software development process. For the longer term, we will discuss the drastic changes required in how we teach, develop, test, govern and purchase software-based products to permanently change the software culture and deliver software security at scale.
ASQ Members: Free
Non-members: $10 per person to cover meeting expenses; first five non-ASQ members to register are free!
Date: April 10, 2019
- 6:00 – 6:30 PM – Networking Time/ Snacks
- 6:30 – 6:45 PM – Announcements
- 6:45 – 7:45 PM – Talk
- 7:45 – 8:00 PM – Door Prizes
Building C – Room 1s13/14/15
11500 N Mopac Expressway,
Austin TX 78759
RUs to attendee:
For questions contact:
Arrangement Chair Chair (RyanCho): email@example.com
Program Chair: Shoshana Bokelman firstname.lastname@example.org
A Practitioner’s Overview to Data Mining Models and Methods
Over the past few years the proliferation of applied computational methods has grown considerably, likely due to the decreased cost of data storage, increase in computer power, and evolution of programming languages such as R and Python to solve data-centric problems. For someone new to data science it can be daunting to determine where to start or where to go next. This presentation will provide an overview to data mining, what it is and isn’t, and where it fits into the general category of machine learning. While the focus will be on predictive analytics, unsupervised learning methods will be discussed briefly.
The transition to online access for the Quality Management Journal (QMJ) was complete earlier this year. The Quality Management Journal aims to link the efforts of academic researchers and quality management practitioners by publishing significant research relevant to quality management practice and provide a forum for discussion of such research by academics and practitioners.
The Quality Management Journal is a peer-reviewed publication and is published four times per year.
Full, Senior and Fellow members all have free access to digital subscriptions. Join today at the ASQ site, upgrade by calling ASQ Customer Care at 800-248-1946, or contact Austin Section 1414 Membership Chair Shoshana Bokelman email@example.com for assistance.
Student and Associate: Digital Access to the Quality Management Journal is not included in your membership.
Want to become an ASQ Certified Quality Engineer? This class will prepare you for the exam coming up in June 2018. Review all the material in the primer, test taking tips, and practice answering test questions. People that take the course improve their chances of passing the exam. You must register at ACC to enroll in this class. The course will be taught by Phil Flories, is a long time ASQ Austin member and instructor for the ASQ CQE Exam prep course.
• Cost is $431 plus course materials
• This is a one-semester course from 3/21/18 to 5/30/18 every Monday and Wednesday from 6:00pm to 9:00pm
• The course will be held at ACC, register at ACC
• Sign up for Continuing Education at ACC by March 13, 2018
• For questions please contact Mike Harkins firstname.lastname@example.org
Austin Community College (ACC) Highland Business Center (HBC)
5930 Middle Fiskville Road
Austin, Texas 78752