"1. You should be completely familiar with the scope of the project
2. You should have a one-point contact with the client
3. You should know the strengths and weaknesses of each of your team members
4. You should learn to command respect and pot…"
Regression Testing Definition, Elaboration, Details, Analogy:
Regression testing is a type of software testing that intends to ensure that changes (enhancements or defect fixes) to the software have not adversely…"
"What is the objective of the presentation? Promotion/Appraisal/end-of project review/looking for a new job.
Each of these need a different approach.e.g.,
(a) If it is internal to your organisation, you could
(i) List out the plans that…"
"What are you driving at please? Is it necessity/desire/will/success?
Let's take a real lfe example - Cough Syrup. Is the syrup effective? The outcome is seen in reducing your cough/relieving you of the pains of coough/curing you of…"
"Let us look at these from different view points...
View point A
Testing at different places, with varying cultures, differing standards and procedures e.g., A software developed in INdia is being used by an American tester/user. Here the physical…"
As you are aware, many of the organisations are going in for off the shelf application software...which necessariiy means testing as per the procedures followed in these applications. Further, today, you have testing tools/automatec tools…"
You go for a driving test. The instructor/officer, tests you for the various factors while you are driving. IN software, you run a software to test for the various capabilities/functions that it has/can perform successfully and…"
"Just understand through these examples...
Verify Ohm's Law or Boyle's Law or Newton's Laws of Motion
TENSILE TETING OF METALS or TESTING OF CHEMICAL or TESTING THE PURITY OF WATER
I hope I have clarified your…"
Dr. M V ANANTHAKRISHNAN
M.Sc (1966) and PhD (1979) in Physics, RanchiUniversity, India.
Lecturer in the Physics Department of the Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi (1966-68); Assistant Training Officer, Science of Materials, National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology, Ranchi (1968-74); Assistant Professor, General Management Group, National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai with special emphasis on Educational Technology (1974-84); Tata Consultancy Services Limited (TCS) in various roles and capacities (Corporate Training, Instructional Resources Development, Computer-based Courseware design & development, e-learning courseware design & development) until his retirement as a Senior Consultant (1984-2004).
A member of the TCS team that pioneered the CBFL (Computer-based Functional Literacy) initiative for adult illiterates and covered Indian Languages like Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Bengali, Marathi, Oriya and Gujarati for a target population in the age group of 25-70.
Dr. Ananthakrishnan was with KReSIT, IIT Bombay from October 2004 to August 2007and successfully completed projects on (a) Educating nomadic children in the state of Maharashtra in India and (b) Creating a multimodal repository for Rural Schools. During September 2007, he worked as an Advisor to Media Lab Asia, Department of Information Technology, Govt. of India.
Dr. Ananthakrishnan is a Senior Member of IEEE (USA). and has done considerable research and innovation and published over 65 Conference/journal papers in India & abroad in the areas of Science Education, Science-Technology Interaction, Institution-Industry collaboration, Educational Media Design & development, Curriculum development, Instructional Resources Design & Development, Computer-based & e-learning courseware design & development, Faculty Development, Human-computer Interaction, Use of ICT for educating Nomadic children in Maharashtra, creating repositories, creating localized content, designing interactive programmes and Multimedia solutions to teaching adult illiterates.
Dr. Ananthakrishnan has been on Selection Committees to
(a) Select B.E. students for admission to Post Graduate Programmes in Industrial Engineering
(b) Recruit fresh engineering graduates and experiences professionals as software professionals in Tata Consultancy Services
(c) Recruit Faculty for Engineering Colleges in Mumbai
(d) Recruit research staff for Projects in IIT Bombay
Dr. Ananthakrishnan is a visiting faculty to educational institutions and industrial houses around the country. The areas covered include Communication & Presentation Skills, Facing Interviews, HCI and ICT applications in business and industry.
Dr. Ananthakrishnan is included in the “Who is Who in the World 2008”, brought out by Marquis Who’s Who Publication Board, USA.
(a) is a Gold Medalist in M.Sc (Physics)
(b) was a member of the TCS Team that won the Asian Corporate Social Responsibility Award in Bangkok in 2002 and
(c) was the Project Manager of the IIT Bombay group that won the UNESCO ICT Awards for Non-formal Education in Bangkok in June 2008.