Functional Testing with the Eclipse TPTP Project

Eric Long (IBM)

Test And Performance · Long Talk

Tuesday, 14:30, 50 minutes | Room 206 | Download in iCal Format

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Eric Long

Shortening the time to market of new software systems without compromising their quality is a challenge that every company faces. Time-to-market pressures, building new Service-Oriented Architectures, complying with regulatory requirements, and working with geographically distributed teams add additional complexities that can derail software testing projects that aren't ready for these challenges.

To meet these challenges, successful IT organizations are taking a strategic approach to quality assurance, applying the practices of business governance to achieve a competitive advantage through better software. Whether you are planning to build expertise in your IT organization, or looking for partners with testing expertise, Eclipse and the Test and Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) project quality solutions and best practices can provide you with the framework and tools needed to use excellence in software testing as a strategic business advantage.

Come learn how functional testing (both manual and automated) tools are growing and evolving in the Eclipse TPTP project. You will go through two in-depth demos - one on manual functional testing and the other on automated functional testing. The demos will focus on the new tooling available from the Eclipse TPTP project that will empower your functional software testing.

Eric Long is a Technology Evangelist in the IBM Developer Skills Program. Eric graduated from The University of Texas with a degree in computer science, and continues to be a die-hard Longhorn fan. As a Technology Evangelist, he provides technical information to developers on open source and industry trends and technologies through speaking engagements and by consulting to faculty at IBM Academic Initiative member universities. He has presented material ranging from open source, emerging technologies to enterprise-level, software development products in over 25 countries and 100 cities around the world. His work also includes development of technical courses, demos, tutorials, and articles available at www.ibm.com/university and www.ibm.com/developerworks.

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