Matt Heusser is a consulting software tester and software process naturalist who has spent his entire adult life developing, testing, or managing software projects. Along the way Matt has had the opportunity to serve as the lead organizer of the Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference (now in it’s fifth year), lead organizer for the workshop on technical debt, and to teach information systems at night for Calvin College. Probably best known for his writing, A contributing editor for Software Test & Quality Assurance Magazine, Matt’s personal blog “Creative Chaos” is consistently highly-ranked among software writing. An elected member of the Board of Directors of the Association for Software Testing, Matt recently served as lead editor for “How to Reduce the Cost of Software Testing” (Taylor and Francis, 2011).
Masters of Science, Computer Information Systems, Grand Valley State University
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Project Management, Software Delivery Quality and Speed, and Outsourcing
Personal Interests
Skiing, Hiking, Social Justice, and Service Projects