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London and testing

Posted in Software testing by testing in London on November 15, 2011

As a London-based blog that presents information on testing I was interested to find that there is a test called the Tower of London test. Turns out that it is nothing to do with software testing but is a “controversial test used in applied clinical neuropsychology for the assessment of executive functioning“. It seems to involve beads and boards and the like.

More joy with this story about BT’s cloud based voice network which is being delivered for London 2012 venues for The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG).

LOCOG’s live testing programme focuses on testing the services located across the venues, key operational procedures and functions.”

With the close proximity of LOCOG and the Tower Of London we look forward to some cross over story in this space.

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