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VSLive! FL 2007: Automate Infrastructure

Unify the efforts of your entire software development team by automating infrastructure.

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As systems grow in complexity, building software becomes increasingly challenging and cowboy programming is no longer acceptable. To build effective business applications today and in the future, you need an automated infrastructure that supports and unifies the efforts of your entire software development team, including the team members who write the requirements, the team members who build the software, and the team members who verify that the software meets requirements and performs as expected.

About the Author

Adam Kolawa, Ph.D., is the chairman and CEO of Parasoft, which he co-founded with a group of fellow Caltech graduate students in 1987. In 2001, he was awarded the Los Angeles Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the software category.

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