Quality Control Resources
The QA Engineer working with the project and division managers, will insure that project plans, documentation, presentations, and blog posts are consistent with those generated by working engineers and reflects well on the CSULB COE and EE department.
Insure quality is built into each project. For example, is the robot easily assembled and disassembled. Does the robot not undergo “Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly” RUD
Although, typically not the responsibility of the Quality Assurance Engineer, you will take the “interface definition” to the next level down by defining the “cable tree” for each project. To accomplish this task you will working with the system, electronics and control, and manufacturing subsystem engineers, from each project to specify analog/digital signal and power connectors, cables, and how they will be routed (the tree). Specifically, insure NO wires are exposed and all cabling includes connectors and routing is designed-in.
Factor in interference with other design elements and how to keep the overall cleanliness of the design. In other words, when assembled, the product should not look like a rat’s nest.
The QA engineer is the gatekeeper ensuring that all blog posts meet all requirements before posting.
- Blog is posted to the correct location on the website.
- Includes correctly formatted square teaser photo and “Introductory” paragraph with a “Read more” link.
- Identifies project member(s) who created the post.
- All images are formatted for the web!
- Does not plagiarize material.
- All code examples use courier font and single-spaced.
Manage the class website. This involves making new sections for projects and organizing blog posting material under relevant sections.
- Create new post areas for projects
- Update Training material as generated
- Update News
- Post mission objective and project requirement updates