Wednesday October 17, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM PDT
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Biltmore Hotel 
2151 Laurelwood Road
Santa Clara, CA 95054

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Dennis Mellon
Arrangements Chair
American Society of Quality 

  George Marcel

George Marcel
Program Chair
ASQ Silicon Valley - Section 0613


American Society of Quality Dinner Forum 

Speaker Topic:  Members Speak - Sharing Successes and Challenges

October is Quality Month. We are offering an open networking and knowledge sharing meeting, where we will avail our platform for members to share their success stories and challenges they wish someone could help. Anyone, who would like to share their experience, or a proven technique with other members are welcome to speak. You can bring a poster board, handout, or PPT slide deck. The Section 0613 leadership team will love to hear our member stories. This is also a great opportunity to experience public speaking for our members


  1. Member engagement
  2. Knowledge sharing
  3. Active networking

Register early, members who would like to speak at the meeting, please email us as soon as possible. You can be an extempore speaker too, however, we would appreciate your preparation.

Members and Guests


                                                       Meeting agenda:

  • 5:00 - 5:30 - Check In & Registration
  • 5:30 - 6:10 - Networking
  • 6:15 - 6:55 - Dinner
  • 6:55 - 7:10 - Section Business: Section Chair
  • 7:10 - 8:25 - Presentation  
  • 8:25 - 8:30 - Door Prize drawing

Registration Scheme 

               Early Reg Date - Oct 10; Adv Reg Date - Oct 15, Late Reg Date - After Oct 15

Cancellation Policy: No refunds will be available unless
you notify us by midnight Monday before the meeting.

The ASQ Silicon Valley Leadership Team welcomes you all at our dinner meeting!

Douglas has many years of experience as a consultant, manager, and engineer in the computer and software industries . In addition to teaching, he provides organizational assessments, strategic quality planning, and test planning services. His recent technical work has focused on equivalence class analysis, test oracles, and advanced test automation architectures. He is a regular speaker at conferences worldwide, holds credentials for teaching Computer Science at the college level, and has taught management, technical, and quality assurance related university classes for several Universities on both coasts. He has been very active in the Section's activities; teaching classes, leading the Software TAG (SSQA), and he holds the distinction of being ASQ's SV Section Chair twice. He is also a founder, Lead instructor, and Past President of the Association for Software Testing (AST), an international professional society.