My son, Ronav, just turned one and I have been trying to make him walk. Every time I hold his one hand, he quickly grabs me with other because of the natural fear of falling down. By holding with both hands, his body gives his mind some sort of a feedback loop, which calms him down and the brain then instructs his body that it's safe to walk!
After watching this for couple of days, I thought of tricking his mind using "virtualization" technique. I held his one hand, like always, but…Continue
Today I ran into a visualization tool used by Business Analysts (BA) and User Experience (UX) teams to create UI prototypes with integrated workflows. These virtual prototypes serve as detailed requirements for developers and testers. Interestingly, these mockups look and feel very real - very much like virtual services.
This sparked the idea of integrating virtualziation with visualization. I started painting the storyboard, and all of a sudden got this overwhelming feeling of how…Continue
Going back few years, I found an interesting article on application quality that discusses the need for a Quality Architect in an enterprise:
"Quality begins in the team - not the application. Proper planning, communication and processes are essential to any successful project. Projects that lack these fundamentals will likely produce problematic applications. I'm a firm believer that large teams with diverse skill sets need a Quality…Continue
Following up on my last blog on Craftsmanship, the Maestro must create a Service Virtualization strategy to align the SV vision with the reality on the ground. If you were to put together a strategy document what would it look like?Continue