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Google testing

Posted in Acceptance testing by testing in London on December 24, 2009

From CNN

OK, so it’s a little early in the game to call this one a total fail. But after the breathless anticipation that greeted Google Wave and the hot rush to get an invitation for its beta testing, lots of users found themselves asking, “OK … now what?”

Google, for its part, released an 80-minute tutorial video — leading some observers to argue that if you need an hour and 20 minutes to explain what your product does, you might be in trouble.

It’s designed as a platform to allow users to communicate and collaborate in real time — a tool some predict will be used effectively by developers in the future.

3 Responses to 'Google testing'

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  1. Ethan Cummins said,

    Hmm… I read blogs on a similar topic, but i never visited your blog. I added it to favorites and i’ll be your constant reader.

  2. e-commerce solutions said,

    Liked the fact that they kept the real time factor in mind…thank you very much for the post.

  3. Miami Defense Attorney said,

    Exactly! I have also got registered with the google for the Google Wave but don’t know what happened, i have not received any kind of invitation… Hope to get it some other time..


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