From The Editor
Regretfully, we have had to postpone the QESP Australian Conference on Software Management (ACOSM13.) Apologies for any inconvenience this has caused. The Conference will now be held as ACOSM14 on Thursday 10th April 2014, at the Justice & Police Museum, Circular Quay, Sydney, with a pre-Conference Reception on Wednesday 9th. The ACOSM14 Theme is ICT Innovation Today: The Opportunities and Threats in Software Management and the topics and speakers have been chosen to give insight and practical advice on current issues. Topics include Mobile Devices & Apps, Cloud Services, Big Data/Analytics and New Ways of Working.
To View Programme, Purchase Tickets or read more about ACOSM14 click here.
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Articles in the current Issue cover:
Software Testing Debates Part 2- Cloud and Mobility Testing
“Are our current software testing approaches wrong for cloud and mobility testing?”
Considerations for Software enabled “Activity Based Working”
“When considering workplace transformation and a move toward flexible and activity based working, unfortunately, it is not as simple as just buying or updating technology or installing software.”
Testing Google’s ‘Drunk E-Mail’ Protector
“So when I heard that Google had unveiled a new feature called Mail Goggles that is designed to stop you from sending embarrassing e-mails while drunk by requiring you to do math problems, my first thought was, That’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard. My second thought was, I want to try it.”