eBook launch 10 Top Tips to Accelerate Time to Resolution of Software Defects. Panel on Tuesday Jan 26, 9-10AM PST

Undo and ODBMS.org Announce New eBook Disclosing 10 Top Tips to Accelerate Time to Resolution of Software Defects

Leading Software Failure Replay platform provider teams up with ODBMS.org and releases new e-book uncovering valuable insights from senior engineering leaders 

10 Tips to Accelerate Time to Resolution of Software Defects. 

Co-authored by Undo’s Founder Dr. Greg Law and ODBMS.org editor, Prof. Roberto V. Zicari, the book explores what engineering leaders building complex enterprise software systems do to resolve software defects faster when defects creep up.

Dr. Law interviewed over 20 senior engineering leaders to find out what they do when things don’t go according to plan. The best or most unusual tips made it into this book 10 Tips to Accelerate Time to Resolution of Software Defects

The e-book is available to purchase on Amazon. It can also be accessed for free from Undo’s website

To Attend the Panel

Date Tuesday 26 January
9am PST 
12pm EST
5pm GMT
6pm CET 

Zoom link
Join this zoom meeting on the day

Meeting ID: 829 5583 0206
Passcode: 507993
Prof. Roberto V. Zicari
·Dr Greg Law, Founder/CTO at Undo
·Snehal Khandkar, former Sr Engineering Manager at Rubrik
(now at Facebook)
· Haricharan Ramachandra, Senior Director of Engineering, Salesforce
· Ken Dickinson, VP of Enterprise Quality, SAS

About Undo

Undo is the leading Software Failure Replay platform provider for engineering teams building complex systems. Undo’s core platform, LiveRecorder, is used by leading technology companies including SAP, Juniper, Cadence Design Systems, Micro Focus, and Mentor (a Siemens business) to reproduce and fix software bugs faster, accelerate software delivery, and reduce engineering costs.

About ODBMS.org

ODBMS.org is the leading educational resource for data management, AI, and Big Data. Its editor, Prof. Roberto V. Zicari is also Professor of Database and Information Systems at the Goethe University, Frankfurt, and the founder of the Frankfurt Big Data Lab. 

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