Project Management has become increasingly important as the development cycle keeps shrinking. PMs are now expected to be more technical than ever, while communicating to more and more business units. Here are 5 thorny issues Project Managers often face
In the world of software development, the term agile typically refers to any approach to project management that strives to unite teams around the principles of collaboration, flexibility, simplicity, transparency, and responsiveness to feedback throughout the entire process of developing a new
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UI automation often starts on a great note. You buy a test automation tool and start writing automated tests. But then over time, as you begin to scale your testing efforts — from ten tests to hundreds or even thousands tests — maintenance of UI tests becomes difficult.Test design in
The IoT is only going to accelerate a trend where people focus on the creative side of life and leave implementation details to something else.
This eBook, The Art of Software Quality: History, Philosophy and Action, is a compilation of everything we’ve gathered and learned from a highly philosophical definition of quality, to its practical applications in business.
As you read, consider:What do you consider to be the
The performance of a cloud-based application is only as good as the user experience design.
Applications are “cloud optimized” only if every
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Thorny situations are a fact of life in software development and quality management. Missed deadlines, buggy releases, upset customers and unhappy bosses are all too common. In this white paper, a veteran software developer presents a number of common-sense approaches to 15 common challenges