Start Test-First with ATDD, SLASSCOM

Start Test-First with ATDD

Misunderstanding the requirements is a major challenge faced in software development. It has become even challenging in Agile environment due to reduction in documentation. The people who define, implement and test the product end up having different perceptions of what needs to be done. This misunderstanding leads to waste, slipped schedules and mistrust within the organization. ATDD (Acceptance Test Driven Development) is an amazingly effective practice; taking little investment and providing great returns by solving the key issues and delivering a quality product. By following ATDD, the...

SLASSCOM TechTalk on Performance Engineering

SLASSCOM TechTalk on Performance Engineering

Join with SLASSCOM TechTalk to discuss how design for performance, best practices and pitfalls. Panelist : Bathiya Priyadarshana : Zone24x7 Sriskandarajah Suhothayan : WSO2 Thilina Palliyaguruge :MillenniumIT Sampath Tilakumara : MillenniumIT Srinath Perera : WSO2 [Moderator]

Communication Skills For The Future

Communications Skills For The Future

In order to position Sri Lanka as a premier outsourcing destination, the industry needs to develop the English language and general communication skills of its employees with the goal of creating a more competitive value proposition for Sri Lanka as an outsourcing destination. The British Council Sri Lanka has been working together with SLASSCOM to bring together an offer that supports this goal. The offer is based on an in-depth study of the industry and its subsegments. It sets the standards for assessment and development through established benchmarks for the industry. Discussion...

"Digital Leap in Human Resource Management"

The SLASSCOM HR Forum presents "Digital Leap in Human Resource Management" an event focusing on the transformation of HR through social media, gamification, crowd-sourcing and analytics. The keynote speech is delivered by Madu Ratnayake, Head of Digital, SVP & GM, Virtusa.

Robotics Workshop

The goal of this workshop is to provide an introductory knowledge into robotics and related technologies. Workshop will begin with a keynote and few local robotic case studies demonstrating how digital relationships between robots, people and things can embrace and improve our lives. Latter part of the workshop will consist of a hands-on lab to create a simple robot that can take instructions for it’s behavior. A company can nominate a team of 05 to participate this full day workshop. The workshop will be free of charge. Each team will need a robotic kit for the hand-on lab. Also note...