[This is a followup to an earlier post on the Myths of Agile Testing.]
Following up on our first webinar on successfully conducting testing in an Agile development environment, we ran a second webinar for Europe. This again generated more questions than we could answer in the webinar itself, so we've collected and answered these below, we hope they are informative for those of you seeking to better employ testing in your Agile projects.
In a talk earlier this year to employees, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop asked a question that many were probably afraid to answer truthfully, given how Nokia is struggling to combat the iPhone. As BusinessWeek described it:
Aricent's Executive VP of Carrier Services and Solutions, Patrick Joggerst, gives his thoughts on how 4G gives carriers opportunities to deliver differentiated user experiences. Speaking at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February, Patrick also discusses how the all-IP environment of 4G will lead to a massive escalation of machine-to-machine (M2M) data traffic. Looking at the opportunities and challenges posed by smartphones, mobile social networking, and managing CapEx/OpEx, Patrick covers a lot of ground in this interview.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today (Feb 15), Aricent announced the launch of its reference software framework for LTE eNodeB development, optimized on Freescale’s high performance QorIQ communications processors. This high performance reference framework provides Telecom Equipment Manufacturers (TEMs) with a strong foundation on which they can build high quality base stations of different form factors.
We're in romantic Barcelona, it's Valentine's day, and love is in the air. Specifically, if you're Steve Ballmer giving today's keynote, a whole lotta love for: Windows Phone 7, app and development partners, device partners, carriers, ecosystems, design and user experience, and especially love for Nokia. Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia, returned the love by appearing on stage to give a rousing defense of the new Microsoft/Nokia partnership.