Next Generation Testing Conference 2014

Our recent conference “Next Generation Testing: Testing as an Activity” (26 June 2014) attracted some great participants who got really involved in the day.   Eva Madaan from The App Business … Continue Reading →


Behavioural Models & Sentiment Analysis Applied to Finance Conference 2014

Sentiment Analysis and the related topic of Opinion Mining concerns the analysis of texts (news, social media, micro blogs) and turning these into sentiments, opinions even feelings and human emotions. … Continue Reading →

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Testing: A state of mind or just an activity?

‘Testing as an activity’ – interestingly, this is one of the most talked about topics at the moment. It seems to be appearing everywhere, from Twitter feeds to blogs, and … Continue Reading →

Sentiment Analysis Week

Sentiment Analysis Week UNICOM is pleased to announce their annual Behavioral Models and Sentiment Analysis Applied to Finance Conference and Workshop Series Sentiment Analysis Conference, London, Millennium Mayfair, 18 – … Continue Reading →


DevOps Questions for the UNICOM DevOps Summit London, Feb 2014

Matthew Skelton answers some of the questions raised during the DevOps Summit in London on 28th February. A very interesting read…..   Hyperlink –


Sentiment Analysis Applied to Finance

Sentiment Analysis has developed as a technology that applies machine learning and makes a rapid assessment of the sentiments expressed in news releases. News (events) move the market and are … Continue Reading →


The journey from SDLC to ALM – A Programme Office View

We’ve grown up being educated (at least those of us who have studied Computer Science) about the various phases of a Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), from Initiation through to … Continue Reading →

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Reducing your Application Management costs starts with understanding them

Considering how much money is spent on Application Management – about a third of an enterprise’s total IT budget – it’s surprising how little information there seems to be about … Continue Reading →

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Agile operations: closing the loop and delivering on the agile promise

Agile is hot. Scrum is booming. For quite some time already. As it originates from software development, we mostly see agile methods, Scrum in particular, implemented within development teams. However, … Continue Reading →

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OptiRisk sponsored Big Data Conference 2013 at UNICOM Seminars

Just giving a quick heads up of OptiRisk’s latest activities. OptiRisk Systems sponsored and exhibited at “Big Data in the Context of Financial Analytics & Social Media: B2B & B2C … Continue Reading →