ThoughtWorks - A software company and community of passionate individuals whose purpose is to revolutionize software design, creation and delivery, while advocating for positive social change. Our clients are people and organizations with ambitious missions; we deliver disruptive thinking and technology to empower them to succeed. In our 20th year, over 2300 ThoughtWorks employees - ‘ThoughtWorkers’ - are currently serving clients from offices in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Singapore, South Africa, Uganda, the U.K., and the U.S.
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Join ThoughtWorks for an evening of food, drinks and fellowship with professors from various Chicagoland universities.
Quality software may be different for the astronauts on a NASA shuttle and the users of the mobile application "Words With Friends". However, in both cases, the success of the development team, and in turn, the client company, relies on the end user finding value in the final product. Special guest speaker, Abbey Bangser, will kick off the event with a discussion on Quality Assurance, the methodologies used by QA Analysts, and the role they play in a delivery team. Bangser is a graduate of Northwestern and now a QA and Developer at ThoughtWorks.
ThoughtWorks is a software company and community of passionate individuals whose purpose is to revolutionize software design, creation and delivery, while advocating for positive social change. In our 20th year, over 2300 ThoughtWorkers are currently serving clients and building community in 11 countries across the globe. ThoughtWorks Chicago aims to become an environment that can facilitate the exchange of ideas - a safe place where professors from different schools can learn from and teach one another about new, interesting advances in computer science and technology as a whole. After all, we have hired many of your students and would like to give back to your community by connecting academia and industry.
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