Julie Fleischer has worked at Intel for the past thirteen years and has held a variety of roles in program/project management, QA leadership, and software development. She currently is a Technical Program Manager for Linux driver development and also briefly held a position as the Technical Program Manager for the Yocto Project (www.yoctoproject.org), an open source project for creating embedded Linux distributions. Prior to those roles, she worked as the Chair of the Test and Certification Working Group for Continua Health Alliance where she led the team to define and implement a certification program towards v1.0 and v1.5 of the Continua Design Guidelines. She also chaired the team that created the USB Personal Healthcare Device Class standard and project managed the creation of the v1.0 Continua Design Guidelines. She has spent over a decade in open source and standards organizations and has led many “volunteer armies” to accomplish successful results.
Julie received her BS and MS in Computer Science from Case Western Reserve University and has presented at PNSQC in the past on technical and interpersonal topics.
- Volunteer Armies Can Deliver Quality Too: Achieving a Successful Result in Open Source, Standards Organizations, and Other Volunteer Projects - Julie Fleischer, 2011 Technical Paper, Abstract, Paper, Slides, Notes