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Is it time to revamp your software testing strategies? - Washington Technology

Is it time to revamp your software testing strategies? - Washington Technology | Application Development | Scoop.it
Is it time to revamp your software testing strategies?
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Why Hasn’t Agile Or Scrum Improved My Software Development?

Why Hasn’t Agile Or Scrum Improved My Software Development? | Application Development | Scoop.it

How to Diagnose Why Scrum “Isn’t Working”

 

A lot of software development teams switch to Agile development in order to solve some immediate problems they are experiencing.  A few sprints in, it becomes clear:  the problem wasn’t solved.  It’s easy to want to throw in the towel and go back to your old software development methodology.  Yeah, there were problems before, but it felt like you knew the scope of your team’s problems.


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Micro Focus Achieves Champion Status in Info-Tech Research Group's Software Testing Solutions Report - Micro Focus

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Mobile apps development: Managing updates - TechTarget

Mobile apps development: Managing updates
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Mobile apps change that.
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Software Testing Training and Future

Quality assurance (QA) involves monitoring the entire software development process of a product unde.
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Software testing at the end of the world (almost) - Network World - Network World

Software testing at the end of the world (almost) - Network World
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So, in the general spirit of software quality, what does this mean for testing and test professionals out there?
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Google search dominance may not last in mobile age

Google search dominance may not last in mobile age | Application Development | Scoop.it
Google will have to adapt its search strategy for the app-centric mobile space (Google search dominance may not last in mobile age http://t.co/JT3FEoSkgv)...
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Tips for Effective Software Testing - Ideyatech — Java Development ...

Tips for Effective Software Testing - Ideyatech — Java Development ... | Application Development | Scoop.it
Software Testing is an unlimited dimension on software development. Countless possibilities can be executed and tested on software testing. With limited time and resources, how can a tester maximize his effort through these limiting factors?
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Why Software Development Methodologies Suck | Continuous Delivery

Why Software Development Methodologies Suck | Continuous Delivery | Application Development | Scoop.it
Translations: 中文 There’s a lot of dogma in the religious wars around software development practices and methodologies.
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Business Mobile Applications & The Best Way To Utilise Them ...

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Businesses have even learned Smartphones are actually a good way to promote their businesses in order to help them to become more profitable. Mobile phones like the iPhone and Android phones let you d.
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More to mobile application design than meets the eye - TechTarget

More to mobile application design than meets the eye
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Andy Miller has seen plenty of cool-looking applications take off and die.
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A cost comparison of software development outsourcing solutions

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A cost comparison of software outsourcing can be difficult. Apples are not always apples when you look closer.
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Calculating the true cost of cloud outages

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Before moving to the public cloud, you should figure out exactly how much money inevitable outages will cost you

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Steven Jackson, MBA's curator insight, February 8, 2013 11:50 AM

"Amazon.com had an outage for 49 minutes on Jan. 31, and it cost big -- more than $4 million in lost sales. I'm sure many in the cloud computing community where thinking, "Now you know how it feels."

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Technology Magazine » Why Good Mobile Applications are So Important

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Failing a Software Development Project Fast

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Software development is an industry that has been around for a little bit more than 50 years. There are a lot of really smart people working in this industry.

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Facebook And The Sudden Wake Up About The API Economy

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What a two weeks it’s been. Something happened that has been simmering for a while. The API market exploded. Intel bought Mashery for more than $180 million and CA acquired Layer 7. 3Scale received a new $4.2 million round of funding from Javelin Ventures. Mulesoft acquired Programmable Web. And then Facebook jumped in and bought Parse.

The acquisitions and funding point to a maturing market that is reflected in the ubiquity of APIs across the application landscape. It’s not a new market by any means. The space is filled with companies that have leveraged the API build out that has happened over the past several years. Instead this is an inflection point. There are more than 30,000 APIs, according to Programmable Web, the leading API directory and blog. Javelin Ventures Managing Director Noah Doyle said to me in an interview that analysts see the API market growing five to ten times over the next five years.

With that scaling in number of APIs comes a virtuous circle for the developers that build compelling apps and APIs. The APIs extend the apps reach as they become part of distributed data network. As more people use the APIs so the app developer generates more data. As the data increases in scope, often the service will become an API.

Read more: http://techcrunch.com/2013/04/28/facebook-and-the-sudden-wake-up-about-the-api-economy/

 

 


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Software testing techniques: Overcoming biases - TechTarget

Software testing techniques: Overcoming biases
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No matter what software testing techniques we apply, we have all asked ourselves that question.
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Three ways to achieve mobile SaaS apps agility - TechTarget

Three ways to achieve mobile SaaS apps agility
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Software as a Service (SaaS) applications have to track the needs of the workers they support, but they don't always do that successfully.
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Mobile App Development Requires Hybrid Approach: Gartner - eWeek

Mobile App Development Requires Hybrid Approach: Gartner - eWeek | Application Development | Scoop.it
eWeek Mobile App Development Requires Hybrid Approach: Gartner eWeek "The BYOD trend and the increased pressure on organizations to deploy mobile applications to accommodate mobile work styles of employees will lead businesses to manage a portfolio...
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What testing can learn from social science – Part 1 | Magnifiant ...

What testing can learn from social science – Part 1 | Magnifiant ... | Application Development | Scoop.it
Rapid Software Testing In the Rapid Software Testing Class I took in 2011 Michael Bolton talked about being empirical and a critical thinker as a tester. About collecting data from experiments using a heuristic and exploratory ...
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Net Applications: Safari still the top mobile browser

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According to the latest data from Net Applications, Apple's Safari still dominates mobile browser web traffic.
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No company can afford to ignore smartphones and mobile apps ...

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In the near term, the next big thing is mobile. As it was last year and the year before that, Schmidt said.
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Software Industry Productivity Climbing, According to New Research Conducted by Organizational Development Company Material Minds - Press Release

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The Surprising Numbers Behind Apps

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How much time do people spend with apps? How much money does the average developer make?
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How to optimize software for Windows and tablets. » The Software ...

How to optimize software for Windows and tablets. » The Software ... | Application Development | Scoop.it
Is software development too complex today ? ... Windows has a long history based on backward compatibility which can allow software developers to write software which can run on current as well as legacy hardware .
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