Update: 15-hours into the Non-stop HP Virtual Conference

*original post was at 11:30pm on 9/29/2009*


Okay - so I've been working the Worldwide HP Virtual Conference: Functional, Performance and Security Testing for about 15 hours now - nearly non-stop and I've had some great chat sessions with customers from all over the world.  I've been on since 8:30am PST from Mountain View, California where I live.  I've had 3 medium-sized cups of coffee - actually called Depth Charges from the coffee shop by my house.  These are 16 ounces of regular coffee with 2 shots of espresso added for and extra charge.  I'm posting live updates on Twitter and the feedback has been great.  Also, I've been broadcasting live from my home studio on ustream.tv the entire time (almost).



The HP Virtual Conference materials are still available through November 2009

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Mark Tomlinson is a software tester and test engineer. His career began in 1992 with a comprehensive two-year test for a life-critical trans...


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