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Navot Peled, CEO of Gizmox, challenged the "Green IT trend" with the announcement this week that its product, Visual WebGui, has been successfully providing energy and environmental benefits to enterprises, with its solutions that dually cut costs for hardware and software. "Over the past 2 years, enterprises have been successfully using our product - Visual WebGui, and reaping the environmental and energy benefits while saving money," said Peled.  "To move the industry forward, it's not the individual success of each Green IT product that must be celebrated. We must collectively recognize that there's not just one Prius. Rather, every major development in technological applications today can, and must, incorporate the environmental and energy factors." Visual WebGui raised its value as a platform that can improve Green IT even more profoundly with the recent Visual... (more)

New Year’s Resolutions from a Cloud Platform CEO

Gizmox Demo at Cloud Expo Cloud Computing Expo - As we head into 2010, technological companies and experts are making their predictions as to what the New Year can expect to bring while reviewing the best of 2009. Navot Peled, CEO of Gizmox, has three personal resolutions to share with developers and the IT community, focusing on commitments that he is making. Ensure that developers have more tools that they really need Desktop power on the web, with its enormous economic impact, is a long set goal. Yet as technologies get closer, they get much more complicated. Although Ajax, Si... (more)

Developers – Stop Doing QA's Job

We've all been there - it's Friday night, 11PM and the system you just deployed doesn't work. There's a bug. Your manager just hung up. You phone your friends to tell them that you're not going out tonight. You start thinking: Why didn't QA catch that. Now management is going to add more QA staff, give them more budget, and there's going to be a zero bug tolerance policy once again. There is a way out of this problem. Could it actually be unit testing? I had the good fortune to visit two development teams in the same company and compare firsthand the experience of teams that migh... (more)

The Day the QA Died

by Eli Lopian - The Industrial Revolution began about 250 years ago and machines started to take over for human labor in factories, fields, and mines. It is true that this lead to major economic growth, but machines still replaced the average worker who could not get another job or find a new skill to learn, which hurt many people. The similarity of the situation QA testing finds itself in currently is uncanny. QA was the big savior during the big internet boom - when budgets were virtually unlimited and software was being produced at an exponential rate. However, as the economy ... (more)

Typemock to Host Webinars

Typemock, (http://www.typemock.com) the leading provider and pioneer of easy unit testing solutions, will be hosting two webinars titled: Introduction to Unit Testing and Introduction to Mocking. The webinars will include insights from Typemock's Gil Zilberfeld on how to take get started in unit testing and mocking dependencies. Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager of Typemock said: "Unit testing and mocking are more than coding; they are forms of art. I am looking forward to speaking to unit testing and mocking newcomers who may believe that getting started is too difficult. These w... (more)