Michael Stahl is a 24-years veteran SW Validation Architect at Intel.
In this role, he defines testing strategies and work methodologies for test teams, and sometimes even gets to test something himself – which he enjoys most.
Before joining R&D, Michael worked for 10 years in Fab 8. In this paper, Michael draws upon his experience in the fab, in search of improving software quality.
Michael routinely conducts training sessions inside Intel, presented papers at a number of international conferences, and teaches a course in SW testing in the Hebrew University.
- The Fab Experience: How I Stopped Whining and Started to Appreciate Process - Michael Stahl and Ron Moussafi, 2014 Technical Paper, Abstract, Paper, Slides