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Bettner: Why Virtual Reality is Finally Ready to Live Up to Our Expectations

Posted by Jeff Bounds on July 30, 2014 at 7:30am 0 Comments

Paul Bettner won’t yet talk about what his McKinney, Texas, gaming studio is developing for the new Oculus Rift virtual reality system. 

However, detective skills aren’t required to figure out what they’re doing. A quick look at the Playful Corp. website reveals the projects involve a fox named Lucky and a “beautiful yet deadly world of adventure, exploration and creationland” called Creativerse. 

If Bettner’s track record is any indication, whatever Playful Corp. turns out could be big. 

In Part 1 of my email interview last week, Bettner revealed that Playful is an Agile shop that saves time, money and effort on information technology by using cloud-based apps and services like GitHub and Dropbox. In Part 2, we get into the…

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When Cooking Up DevOps Transition, Don’t Forget a Key Ingredient: Time

Posted by Jeff Bounds on July 29, 2014 at 9:00am 0 Comments

What does it take to make a company’s adoption of DevOps successful? A recent piece by TechTarget’s Stephen J. Bigelow argued that there are two critical ingredients: The wherewithal to cope with inevitable culture shock and the right tools. 

While I agree with that assessment, I think Bigelow’s recipe leaves out a key third ingredient: time. Before dwelling on that, though, let’s take a gander at the parts he gets right. 

The culture change that DevOps requires is probably the…

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How Service Virtualization Complements Testing-as-a-Service

Posted by George Lawton on July 28, 2014 at 8:00am 0 Comments

One of the first and most compelling use cases of the cloud has been to reduce the amount of time required to set up and execute more comprehensive test suites. This has been helping larger organizations eliminate the need to deploy dedicated hardware for the testing environment and improve test reuse.

I asked Brad Johnson, VP of Product Marketing and Business Development at cloud-testing company at SOASTA, to explain how Service Virtualization complements services for testing in the cloud. Here’s some of what he had to say: 

ServiceVirtualization.com: What is CloudTest and how will it be complemented by service virtualization?…

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Friday Funnies: Low-priority test cases

Posted by Mike Drago on July 25, 2014 at 8:00am 0 Comments

Have a great weekend, and try not to worry about the app functionality you didn't have time to test. We're sure it will be fine. #servicevirtualization

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Monika Mehta replied to Anil Singh's discussion Data Validation using Lisa
"Hi Anil, You can create Scripted Assertion. Write ac code to Fetch out those values and round them off to some decimal places, compare them and return true or false. Hope that helps. "
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Data Validation using Lisa

Hi ,i need to ask regarding Lisa . i am doing web service testing . i am validating some field like Market value, percentage of any field. I created one filter from Lisa response . Name as XYD and its value is 10.058. second filter, i created from…See More
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KOTTIESWARI replied to Rutvik Mrug's discussion LISA Integration with Version control tool
"Hi Dan, I have the same requirement as what Rutvik mentioned, but that I need to integrate version control tools like PPM and PVCS with Lisa workstation.  Could you please provide any info on that ? Thanks, Kotti"
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Burt Klein replied to Nir's discussion How is this actually done?
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Data Validation using Lisa

Started by Anil Singh in Ask Burt. Last reply by Monika Mehta 3 hours ago. 1 Reply

Hi ,i need to ask regarding Lisa . i am doing web service testing . i am validating some field like Market value, percentage of any field. I created one filter from Lisa response . Name as XYD and its value is 10.058. second filter, i created from Database and Its name is DEF and its value is 10.057. I created these filter using XML xpath filer.i validated them using assertion " Ensure properties are equal". when it complete the ITR then it did not validate. Every time it failed my few account.…Continue

LISA Integration with Version control tool

Started by Rutvik Mrug in Ask Burt. Last reply by KOTTIESWARI Jul 23. 3 Replies

Hi,As part of project, We would like to have integration of LISA workstation with Version control tool (Rational Team Concert). The objective is to provide version control to ongoing VS and enable various version (specifically due to data changes) maintained easily. The ideal solution is to provide this feature more userfriendly. So it may be like -- When you right click on "Test" or "Virtual Service" or "Project" you will get additional option to check in / check out to repository (similar to…Continue

How is this actually done?

Started by Nir in Ask Burt. Last reply by Burt Klein Jul 22. 1 Reply

Hi,I love the concept but I couldn't find online resources regarding how it's actually done - is there a specific software I should use for that virtualization?thanksnirContinue

Proof of service virtualization industry growing?

Started by Ryszard Zielinski in Ask Burt. Last reply by Ryszard Zielinski Jul 19. 1 Reply

Hi guys.If you google service virtualization you will find that a lot of people are saying that this area is expanding and the market is picking up on it.Where can I find proof of that?Google trends isn't showing anything interesting unfortunately, ……Continue

 
 
 

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