Typemock (http://www.typemock.com), the leading provider and pioneer of easy
unit testing solutions, will be hosting a webinar titled: 10 Secret Unit
Testing Tips to Become Agile. The webinar will include insights from
Typemock's top developers on how to take unit testing to the next level in
agile teams. Typemock, as a company, not only preaches unit testing as a core
agile value but incorporates unit testing practices in all its product
Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager of Typemock said: "I'm looking forward to
presenting this webinar. It's an opportunity to discuss the real life aspects
of Unit Testing and concentrate on how to succeed with lessons learned by
developers who do that for a living."
Typemock is hosting this webinar on August 25th as part of the 10 year
anniversary of the creation of the Agile Manifesto. To register please click
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
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.
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