The duration of a CodeRage Conference presentation is generally 45 minutes. Each replay includes video and audio.
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Building Amazing Applications with InterBase XE…What's New in InterBase
Christine Normile – Embarcadero
Embarcadero has made some recent improvements to the speed, scalability, and user-friendliness of InterBase database. This presentation is designed to give developers an overview of the latest enhancements to InterBase XE. InterBase XE is a highly scalable, powerful, database built for developers to create amazingly fast, resilient business-critical applications. InterBase XE is perfect for embedding in devices and small enterprise, desktop, and workgroup solutions. It does what developers need and doesn't get in their way.
VENDOR SHOWCASE: Practical Software Test Management with TestRail
Dennis Gurock – Gurock Software
Most software teams already use bug tracking tools and project management software to track and organize their development efforts. But what about the software tests? Organizing test cases, tracking the testing progress and managing testing resources is critical to ensure great release quality. This presentation introduces the Web-based test management software, TestRail, and explains how software teams benefit from adopting such a tool.
Finding and Fixing Performance Problems in a Complex Application and Database System
David Intersimone – Embarcadero
Alarm SMS messages and emails are being sent by the performance monitoring system to the production DBA team and the development team alerting everyone that the latest release of a critical business application and the underlying databases are grinding to a halt. The developers, QA team, and DBAs all point fingers at each other. The developers say "My code is perfect. It passed all of the unit, system and load tests". The QA team says "we tested and certified the code, the SQL, and the database". The DBAs say "the production servers are configured according to the specifications and have all of the latest updates." Has this ever happened to you?