Monday, February 04, 2002

Earlier today I was looking at one the web pages that Linda and I have up: Software Reliability and Testing Resources. Even though I helped design the page and gather the content I was surprised by some of the documents that we'd placed there because they represent the cream of the materials that she and I had gathered over the past two years. I can immodestly say that if you're seeking reliability or testing information this should be one of the first places to look.

If you're involved in WAP or mobile commerce there are two PowerPoint presentations that are essential:

  1. Wireless Application Protocol. The 100 slides in this presentation cover WAP in great detail. Regardless of whether you're designing, developing or managing WAP applications you should grab this presentation and study it.
  2. M-Commerce: Mobile Applications. All you need to know that's important is contained in this 36-slide presentation.
Both presentations are from Sridhar Iyer's page, which I mentioned in my 2 February entry. The more I explore this site the more gems I dig up.

SEI's Software Technology Review resource has an excellent overview of Java from a software engineering perspective. A more specific paper is Building a Java Software Engineering Environment. Software Methods & Tools is a more general resource that is also augmented by a quarterly newsletter to which I've subscribed for the past four years. If you're an advocate of software engineering process improvement you should explore the site and sign up for the free newsletter.

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