Ben Klang, leader of the Adhearsion Project, delivers the keynote for AdhearsionConf 2011. His talk includes a "State of the Project", which reviews the achievements and progress made over the year since the previous AdhearsionConf. He next talks about his vision for the Adhearsion Project and how to get there.
This video is Copyright (C) 2011 The Adhearsion Foundation, Inc. and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Many telephony applications are poorly tested, and rarely is the media portion (the actual phone call) tested in any automated fashion. This leads to long QA sessions, heartache, and undiscovered regressions on every iteration. But we're Ruby developers (most of us!); how do we live with ourselves? As these applications become more and more complex, the situation is only going to get worse. Thankfully, we have almost everything we need to build fully automated test suites running complex assertions on voice interactions. Let's take a look at how we might begin to do this and redeem ourselves.
Daniel Beauchamp and Jonathan Rudenberg of Shopify demonstrate their beautiful home-grown callcenter app called "Q". Also released is a Coffee-script framework called Batman.js. Kittens and Batman costume included!
This presentation was a part of AdhearsionConf 2011, San Francisco, CA.