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DevOps 2017 Is a Pivotal Year for DevOps[magazine]

Customers expect real-time software updates. As DevOps becomes the engine for delivering business value, continuous innovation is needed. And this has to begin at the start of every project.

Eric Robertson's picture Eric Robertson
Application logs Who’s Using Your App? Examine Logs for Testing Insight[article]

When testing an application, have you ever thought to yourself, "I wonder who uses this"? Examining the app's logs can give you some idea. Logs are helpful for testers because they provide real feedback and insight into an application as it’s being used, as well as information that describes or can even help solve bugs. Here's how to use them to inform your testing.

Josh Grant's picture Josh Grant
Wilson Mar Innovations within the Internet of Things: An Interview with Wilson Mar[interview]
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In this interview, Wilson Mar, an architect, developer, performance tester, and manager, talks with Jennifer Bonine about cutting-edge technologies in 3D printing and the Internet of Things. He talks about the importance of security and automation, and what we can expect down the road.

Jennifer Bonine's picture Jennifer Bonine
Test Artifacts The Reality of Test Artifacts[magazine]

To perform a validation of a software product, you need test plans. But by the time you begin testing, are those plans still valid? There has to be a better way than translating requirements into a useless test document.

Justin Rohrman's picture Justin Rohrman
Great job interview How to Ace Your Next QA Job Interview[article]

The secret to acing your next job QA interview is mastering what to say when the interviewer asks you to tell them a little about yourself. Preparation is key, so here are three important points to hit, as well as some sample scripts to modify for your own history, so that you can go into your next QA job interview with complete confidence.

Tim Ebie's picture Tim Ebie
The Impossibility of Estimating Software The Impossibility of Estimating Software[magazine]

Estimating software schedules must be an art, not a science. With so many techniques published on the subject, why is it so difficult? It has to do with the human element and past project knowledge.

Problem-solving strategies Problem-Solving in Software Testing: A Conversation[article]

How many times have you started to solve a particular problem and realized midway that the actual problem is not what you thought it was? Ajay Balamurugadas relates a conversation he had with a colleague in software testing about issues with test cases, and the lessons he learned from that problem-solving process. Here's what you should consider.

Ajay Balamurugadas's picture Ajay Balamurugadas
Mobile Dev Test A Data-Driven Approach for Mobile Testing and Automation[presentation]
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In the world of mobile app testing, data is your friend. So harness your data to your advantage to create an automation and testing strategy. Satyajit Malagu acknowledges that multiple devices, platforms, languages, crashes, bugs, and app stores make the scope of mobile app testing...

Satyajit Malugu
Mobile Dev Test Internet of Fun: Winning Ways for an IoT Hackathon[presentation]
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The very first time Alexander Andelkovic and his team entered an IoT hackathon, they were awarded second place for their IoT app due in large part to the early and continuous QA testing. Their IoT solution was based on combining different public data sources—such as a Minecraft map of...

Alexander Andelkovic
Mobile Dev Test Mobile Testing: What To Automate and What Not to Automate[presentation]
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The rapid move of companies into mobile technology has significantly increased the demand for testing mobile applications. Naturally, companies are turning to automation to help ease the workload, increase potential test coverage, and improve testing efficiency. But should you try to...

David Dang
Mobile Dev Test Building and Testing Secure Mobile Apps[presentation]
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Mobile application development is now a mission-critical component of IT organizations and a big part of the software industry’s landscape. Due to the security threats associated with mobile devices, it is critical we build our apps—from the ground up—to be secure and trustworthy. However...

Alan Crouch
Mobile Dev Test Connected Devices, Connected Code, and Connected Teams: The Challenges of IoT Software Delivery[presentation]
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Developing software for the Internet of Things (IoT) comes with its own set of challenges and issues, including security, privacy, and unified standards. Each IoT product is comprised of (at least) three separate application components: the software embedded in the device, the backend...

Anders Wallgren
Mobile Dev Test Fun with Enterprise iOS Apps[presentation]
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Can building an enterprise app be fun? Not “fun” in the sense of “if this is fun, we’re having it”—but actual, joyful, enthusiastic fun? Join Joe Keeley to explore how to find fun in the development lifecycle of iOS apps in enterprise environments, and (not coincidentally) how to deliver...

Joe Keeley
Mobile Dev Test Harnessing Digital Services to Improve Driver Experience at BMW[presentation]
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The world is demanding more from cars. No longer merely a way to get around, modern vehicles have become authentic pieces of technological art—equipped with numerous sensors and capabilities that are gradually transforming the very meaning of the word ‘vehicle’. BMW wanted to get ahead...

Jorge Coca
Mobile Dev Test Intel® Curie™ Open Developer Kit (ODK): A Primer—Part 1[presentation]
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Whether you are a maker enthusiast who is just getting started or a seasoned developer wanting to jump into embedded device development, this session is for you. Oliver Chen covers the Intel Curie ODK (CODK) and how it can help you rapidly prototype products by leveraging tools familiar...

Oliver Chen

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