I enjoyed the Empirix discussion on SOA and found it relevant to some of the testing that we have going on in our environment. The initial presentation from Truc I found to very basic in nature and while maybe of benefit to someone starting out in automation I thought to any intermediate to advanced user I really saw no benefit. I know it's very hard to make a presentation via the phone but I also felt that the presentation needed to be a little more dynamic, it felt like Truc was reading from the material which means it's hard to keep someone's attention on the other end of the phone. Again I know it's extremely hard to make a presentation via the phone and gauge the engagement of the audience so hats off to Truc for stepping up!
I hope this helps and I look forward to more presentations in the future!
Life should NOT be a trip to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an cool and well preserved body, but rather to skid in, chocolate in one hand, beer in the other, body wrecked, totally worn out and screaming WOO HOO what a ride!
Thank you for remembering Lynne!
I thought it was super (circular.)
Thank you Truc and Dan!
It would be nice to have a live demo of putting one test together despite the slides gving one a good feel.
I might have missed how a script developed for the purpose of functional testing would be used in a performance test. Perhaps this could be part of a live demo.
If functional/regression scripts can be used without alteration - in a performance test, is the solution provided by this tool a lighter weight and less bulky solution as compared to LoadRunner-driven WinRunner or QTP scripts?
The presentation was great. I thought it may not be good or useful for me, but it was good. I didn't have much idea of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) before the webinar. I think I can use it in the next generation architecture for our application.
Unfortunately there was something wrong with phone line and I could not connect to the conference via phone. I had to manage with the stuff in the PPT.
Do we have posted somewhere in this forum?? Or any other site?
I watched the presentation and it was really interesting. Got a stack of information for my self. I recorded a video from a stream, so if it is legal and ok from the Administrator, then we can upload it somewhere for others. Any way I hope to see more webinars in the near future.
The webinar had some interesting information and was overall a valuable use of time. The webinar format is nice since it provides an easy (and free) way to present knew concepts and knowledge to myself and my team. I look forward to more topics in the future. Thanks. On a side note... I was secretly very hopeful to be one of the 50 to receive a stylish, one-of-a-kind SQA polo shirt.... have you already contacted those people? :]
I think that Truc and Dan did a great job in this Webinar...it is really hard to communicate with the audience over the phone, specially considering that there were all levels of expertise listening in.
Also, I think that we should really appreciate that they took the time and effort to write up a follow-up document answering all the questions that they received during this Webinar.
I found their answers here, http://qazone.empirix.com/thread.jsp...6&tstart=0, so I am re-posting here as well.