Monthly Archives: November 2011

Getting Started with Automation

Added separate section for “Getting Started” to this blog to focus on hands-on developer, designer and architect roles and how the ADM falls into the every day work. The videos and demonstration/downloads are going to be updated accordingly as the … Continue reading

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This Is The New Shit

Taking a shot to narrow down the useless research or self-developing efforts on software production; I just wrote a absolute proof of why ADM’s approach is universal. There still is plenty of room to research; how the automation and humans best … Continue reading

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Automation Videos and References Revisited

Just for a quick update; I structured the abstraction-automation demo videos in proper order to make it easier to understand the whole concept. The videos are kept up to date with proper groupings in their own Demo Videos area. I … Continue reading

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MeeGo Development Automated with .NET Back End

After some challenges (running three IDE environments with two emulators with 2 GB of available RAM makes system sometimes bit “unresponsive”) I managed to make decent video of our first time ever demonstration of MeeGo mobile app automation. The MeeGo automation was … Continue reading

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Open-Source Community Driven Industrywide Automation

This methodology was discovered on August 2010. Shortly after its potential became clear. It’s universal, target platform and target language agnostic. You can do it partially side-by-side with legacy and always fall back to traditional coding. No risk in taking … Continue reading

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Kickstart to Qt Development Automation

We finally found the time to hook up together Qt/MeeGo development and abstraction-automation. Pushing hard to get concrete demonstration on the parallel support (or likely way beyond the current demonstrations) for Qt supporting devices. And this is not just what … Continue reading

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