Yvonne Enselman, CTAL-TA
Tuesday March 24th 2015
Giordano's Restaurant & Pizza
17 W. 280 W. 22nd Street
Oakbrook Terrace IL
Designed for programmers, this session will help application developers deliver more reliable work product. While the need for testing and QA is widely accepted and embraced, it can be difficult to achieve in smaller IT departments where one professional wears many hats. Whether you are your own QA or you want to bullet proof your unit testing before handing off to QA, this will help you improve your own work product.
Yvonne Enselman, CTAL-TA
The elegance of single level storage architecture and object encapsulation was explained to Yvonne Enselman in 1997 at Moraine Valley Community College, making her a life long devotee of the IBM Midrange. Since then, she has programmed in RPG, CL, SQL and worked with EDI/B2B communications for various companies as a consultant. In 2005, she switched to a QA/Software Testing focus after realizing breaking software was more enjoyable than writing it. She is currently an Application Consultant with Kronos in the Advanced Testing Services team. She has been an active member of OMNI for 15 years and frequently a member of the Board of Directors during that time; holding positions including President, Secretary, and Treasurer. This year she is proud to hold the Omni title of Conference Chair and is proud to be delivering her sixth education event to this community. In 2013 she was elected to the COMMON Board of Directors and still can't believe her good fortune to be serving in this capacity. IBM Systems Magazine, IT Jungle, and Angus the IT Chap have published her work and many follow her Twitter ramblings. Recently she launched the iThusiasm brand for her blogging and encouragement endeavors. Starting in Spring 2015, she will be teaching Fundamentals of Software Testing at MVCC. Presenting at user groups is always a highlight of her year and she looks forward to any feedback this generates. Please follow her on Twitter @enselman , Facebook, and LinkedIn, and join the iThusiasm groups on same.
Dinner is ala carte from Giordano's menu. If you'd like to order pizza (especially the stuffed pizza, which takes 45 minutes) we recommend calling ahead to pre-order. Call Giordano's at 630.530.7799 between 2:00 and 4:00 Tuesday afternoon and tell them who you are and that you're with the Omni User Group for dinner at 6 pm.
March Dinner Meeting Registration
Please make your reservations by Friday March 20th 2015. Register via the Web by filling out the form and clicking one of the buttons below. Or, call (630) 953-6312, and leave your company name, and names of those attending.
Dinner Meeting Cancellation Policy
Full credit will be issued for cancellations made before 9:00 am Friday March 20th 2015.
After 9:00 am Friday March 20th 2015, cancellation credit depends on meeting attendance.
All cancellations must be made by using the web cancellation feature below (the preferred method) or, if you must, by calling (630) 953-6312 and leaving the name(s) of those unable to attend.
Dinner Meeting Directions
The event will be held at Giordano's Restaurant & Pizza at 17 W. 280 W. 22nd Street in Oakbrook Terrace, IL
Giordano's in Oakbrook Terrace is located on the North side of 22nd Street (Cermak Road) west of IL-83 and east of Midwest Road. It's across the street from the Oakbrook Terrace Costco and just east of the Oakbrook Terrace Holiday Inn.
It is most definitely the same company, but not the same Giordano's Pizza Restaurant as the other one some miles east near Mannheim Road in Westchester.
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For more information
email questions to Jerome Hughes or leave a message on the OMNI line at (630)953-6312
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