An Abstract from one of the class I am attending currently:

Approximately 60% of the defects are removed in Reviews.  Reviews are the basic mechanism for removing defects form the product. A Review must have a guideline as well as checklist. 

A review must be followed honestly in order to filter out the possibilities of the defects. A developer must device the Code Review and Design Review Templates for him/her self. The code review template must contain the possible defect areas where a developer is prone to make mistakes. Similarly a design review can be done using traceability metric.

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Sandeep Joshi
Enterprise agility ✔ Engineering Excellence ✔ DevOps ✔ Data Science, IOT, RPA and Cognitive
An accomplished agile leader with a successful track record for building high growth engineering organizations, transforming traditional teams to be agile and scaling operations.

A change leader with rich experience in defining enterprise vision, strategy in alignment with business roadmap, articulating to “C” level executives, and taking charge for end to end delivery (inception to design to deploy and support).

Known for delivery excellence, product focus and technical leadership. An enterprise products guy who enjoys putting disruptive technology and tools to transform legacy teams.

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IT Directions | Strategy | Innovation | Design thinking
Agile transformations | Coaching | Scaling
DevOps | Continuous delivery | Application Lifecycle
Lean Product Management | Program Management
IT Leadership | Strategy | Innovation | Mentoring
High Scale Enterprise Architecture | API Development
Cloud Computing (Azure, AWS, Private Cloud)
Containers | Microservices | Test Automation
Data Analytics | Machine Learning | Cognitive
Audit, Compliance and Data Privacy (SOX, PCI)

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