ThoughtWorks' to roll out testing tool

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BANGALORE, INDIA:  ThoughtWorks India, a part of ThoughtWorks Inc., a global IT consultancy and provider of application development, systems integration and organizational transformation services to global 100 companies, is working on a next generation commercial testing product aimed at developers and quality analysts.


This was announced by Vivek Prahalad, Director of Innovation, ThoughtWork at a day-long annual seminar on ‘Master class series’ gave insights into cutting-edge technologies to the developer community in the city.

“The company is planning to launch the product in the month of December,” he said.

The seminar, organized by ThoughtWorks Inc., offered hands-on experience on various projects to the participants.


Addressing the database administrators and developers on the topic 'Database Refactoring', Pramod Sadalage, ThoughtWorks, said "Database refactoring is a simple change to a database schema, that improves the design while retaining both its behavioural and informational semantics."

Delivering his lecture on the topic 'Evolutionary testing', Prahalad said "Traditional testing tools are not enough and we need to look for a testing tool which is more robust."

Explaining the rationale for hosting the ThoughtWorks Master Class Series in India, Dharmarajan Sitaraman, MD, ThoughtWorks India, said, "ThoughtWorks believes in supporting the IT community, and our events, both in-house and external, help substantiate this.”


“Geeknights and the Master Class Series are a few events that we organise which reflect this fact. Attendees can expect exposure to deep technical content and innovative delivery practices presented by leading experts in the industry, who spend their days putting tommorow's technologies to use on actual projects today,” he added.

Domain specific languages, evolutionary testing and database refactoring were some of the topics covered in the seminar which are creating a buzz worldwide.

The seminar was attended by over 250 developers from various IT companies.