Methods of visual programming or rapid application design provided a low entry level into realm of applied software engineering. The very simple methodology predefined the ergonomic perfectness for visual programming IDE, that defines strong demand for existing tools, but sets some limitation on the direction of growth.
ABBYY’s flagship products include FineReader, an optical character recognition system, and Lingvo, a set of electronic dictionaries
In this talk authors will consider advantages for SW companies to use IBM technologies & products in development process
Steve Todd’s software implementation of RAID technology was one of the first and most successful in the history of the information storage industry. The author is going to talk about changing the culture of global corporations such that innovation occurs more frequently outside of the US and targets local customers - and the resulting products can then be sold back into the United States as well as around the world.
The talk is dedicated to constructing software development process in a way so as to ensure implementation of software products with minimum amount of defects and reducing the time required to release a product which is in contradiction with the common belief that increasing software quality implies delaying delivery dates
In this keynote, we will share some of the lessons Rational has learned as we’ve optimized our software development teams. We will also look at how some of these best practices are shaping the architecture of Rational tools and our overall tool strategy.
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