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two upcoming webcasts -- Hot topics for QC and ALM users -- how to increase collaboration and remove delays in testing and development

It's September and with "back to school" comes a refreshed focus on learning and best practice sharing. 

 

HP Software is hosting two upcoming webcasts of interest to HP QC and HP ALM users facing challenges with composite applications and with Dev-QA collaboration.

 

The first is focused on how to increase Dev-QA interaction with best practices and software solutions for traceability and task integration between Dev systems (IDE's and SCCM systems) and HP ALM and QC platforms.  Join us on Sept 27th at 10 am PT.  Register here.   

 

The second focuses on how to remove delay-inducing constraints when developing and testing composite applications containing un-available and highly constrained components.  This webcast brings Forrester Research together with HP to introduce the concept and implementation of Service Virtualization as a proven strategy and technology to remove constraints and keep application delivery on time and on budget.   Join us on September 28th at 10 am PT.  Register here.

Kelly Emo
Director, Applications Product Marketing, HP Software and Solutions
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