Supporting QA, Testing and Tech Communities
Quality is never an accident; it's always the result of intelligent effort
who we are
We are the organizer of SWFL Tech Nights.
SWFL Tech Nights organizes live speaking events (online and in person) and projects on a variety of tech topics revolving around Southwest Florida. The goal is to provide a learning environment to those who want to get involved in the technology field.
We help to
Ensure software performs correctly by conducting comprehensive functional testing. Identify and fix bugs to deliver a reliable and trustworthy product that meets user requirements.
Prioritize software speed and performance through performance testing. Identify bottlenecks and issues, ensuring optimal performance during peak usage for increased productivity and user satisfaction.
Enhance software quality by focusing on usability. Conduct usability testing to improve user interface design, navigation, and overall user experience, making the software intuitive and accessible to a wide range of users.
Promote inclusivity and equality within communities and society by ensuring software accessibility. Conduct accessibility testing to ensure compatibility with assistive technologies and adherence to accessibility standards, enabling equal access to information and services for all users.
Delvis has earned a Bachelor of Computer Science and a Master’s degree in Software Engineering focused on QA and Testing from the Computer Sciences University (UCI). He has been Software QA and Test Engineer for 15 years on complex projects in the Health, Financial, Retail, IT, and Academic industries, in the US and Latin America. He has been teaching Software Engineering, Databases, and Software Testing as an Instructor and Assistant Professor since 2007. Speaker for Webinars and Conferences. Co-Author Performance Testing United Certification.
SWFL TECH NIGHTS
SWFL Tech Nights organizes live speaking events (online and in person) and projects on a variety of tech topics revolving around Southwest Florida. The goal is to provide a learning environment to those who want to get involved in the technology field and non-profit tech projects. A large portion of our members are youth and faculty from local schools and universities related to tech careers. We also have a large representation of members from local businesses and organizations.
We hold monthly events, convening change makers to share ideas, learn from each other, and even collaborate on projects for real world impact. These gatherings provide a chance to connect for all those interested in the intersection of social technologies and social change. Formerly Tech4Good
More than 600 Members
Tech and Non-Profit Projects
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