Principal QA Engineer
Member since 2 years
11 Years of experince in QA and Eclipse plug-ins testing
Memory leaks are the most important area where almost every product breaks. Are you testing memory leaks in Eclipse? What is the tool you are using for this? Want to know more on this? Then attend this session to know about how Progress leveraged the best of all profiling tools to test the memory leaks in RCP applications. This session takes you through steps to make your job easy by integrating your tests and tool, that captures all memory leaks in your Java application that is running on Eclipse.
This is a case study that explains an end to end scenario of finding possible memory leaks and results will be written into an excel with complete statistics of your regression tests.
"A person who speaks two languages is called bilingual. A person who speaks three languages is called trilingual. So what do you call someone who speaks/understands any language? ..called Multilingual" as such products called globalized products. Today, providing a software product solely in English is no longer acceptable from a usability, quality, marketing, and in some cases, legal standpoint. Enabling your product for the world market simply makes product reachable to all.
Eclipse with its powerful features can increase a developer productivity many folds. Adding to this, with its ecosystem of thousands of developers, a number of plugins has been made available to automate the whole development lifecycle, all from within Eclipse. In a team development, which is mostly the case in a real world scenario, it all starts from check-out of your code from source control, add/modify your code, compile, build, test and check-in the code. This application development process requires several tools and a whole Continuous integration system in place to make a developer life easy and more productive. Come to this session to learn how you can integrate the application development life cycle tools to Eclipse and automate the whole Continuous integration process from Eclipse.