Lunch and Learn Webinar ~ June 7

Lunch and Learn Webinar ~ June 7 | International Test and Evaluation Association

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Lunch and Learn Webinar ~ June 7

Tuesday, June 7th, 1:00pm-1:45pm (ET)

Interoperability Test and Evaluation

ITEA members will receive credit towards CPE’s. If you are currently not a member the cost to attend is $25. Non-Members register at Lunch & Learn Registration. If you would like to become a member to receive free registrations to our monthly Lunch & Learns, please join today to start receiving your member benefits. 

Abstract: The term interoperability can be applied to information systems in several ways. One common usage is as a set of standards to enable the interconnection of dissimilar computing devices, as in the OSI Model. But another usage of the term interoperability is in the interaction among software applications that function as a complex system by passing data to each other. While testing individual software applications can be challenging, testing systems of interoperating applications can become a daunting task. This Lunch & Learn will explore the issues of and possible solutions to the problems involved in the test and evaluation of interoperating software applications.

 

BIO

Dr. Mark Gillenson
Systems Testing Excellence Program
FedEx Institute of Technology
University of Memphis

 

 

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Event Details

Date

07 - 07 Jun 2022

Time

1:00 pm - 1:45 pm

Venue

Virtual

ITEA Virtual Lunch and Learn Series is an unclassified session open to ITEA members for free. Each presentation is 45 minutes long including Q&As.

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  • Contribute technically sound knowledge in a particular area of test and evaluation; and,
  • Not be commercial, marketing, or “infomercial” in nature. The presentation’s introductory slide is the only slide that may contain the presenter's company name and / or logo. Presentations that promote specific companies, organizations, products, or services are strictly prohibited.

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