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Showing posts from May, 2007
The Week That Was… I had the pleasure and honor of participating in the inaugural podcast of “SD Times The Week In Review” with SD Times Editor-in-Chief David Rubinstein. This is a weekly podcast that David will host and moderate while getting views, analysis and opinion of the analyst community on the week that was. In this first ever SD Times podcast we discussed: - JavaOne and the Sun announcement of JavaFX - Microsoft and its Silverlight announcement - VMware and their release of Workstation 6 - Coverity’s release of Prevent SQS - SQE’s STAREast conference the week of May 14 and my presentation on “Communicating the Value of Testing” Many thanks to SD Times and David Rubinstein for inviting me as a guest. So, tune in and get voke’s insight on the highlights of the week we just had. t
We Go Together Like… David Cassidy and puka shells, Donny Osmond and purple socks, or chocolate and peanut butter. OK, I am dating myself, but there are just some things that do go together. I spent the past 2 weeks realizing there is some truth to this concept, even in technology. On April 25, 2007 I was honored to deliver the keynote address at the SQS Software Quality Conference in Dusseldorf, Germany . This is a major event in the software quality world, with attendees coming from around the European Union to hear about quality and exchange ideas with others. While preparing the content for my keynote, I had several conversations with SQS CEO, Rudolf van Megen. Mr. van Megen has a unique outlook on the quality market and its future direction. During our conversations he told me of the big push in the German market, specifically, to using offshore providers. This move to offshore work by German corporations was not surprising in as much it was an interesting study in market tre