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Just because a job is stable and pays the bills doesn't mean it's the right fit for you. A lack of respect in your workplace as well as an overall sense of uninterest in what's being produced are just two of the key signs that it's time to break free and look for a career that better suits you.

The rate at which we need to change and the speed of change are much greater than they used to be. We don't have as much time to get as deep in our skills, and we need to be more comfortable being generalists and picking up new skills, technologies, and processes quickly. Read on to stay relevant.

Martha Stewart is the acknowledged first lady when it comes to the home and lifestyle industry. And now it turns out she’s no slouch when it comes to emerging technology either. Among the latest Martha “Likes” is a DJI Phantom, her new flying camera drone. Is this a good thing?

Sparked by a conversation on LinkedIn, Joe Townsend contemplates the question: Does a degree or experience hold more weight in the IT hiring process? With a look toward tech giant Google, Townsend tries to uncover if a degree means more than industry experience when a company is looking to hire.

Process improvement is a fundamental endeavor that any successful organization must embrace. The challenge many companies face is how to effectively implement IT process improvement. A good place to begin is with an assessment of current operations; then measure those findings against good criteria.

A brain-computer interface (BCI) aids in gathering data based on neuro-signals from the brain, including brief but important pieces of information such as a person’s reaction to specific events. Rajini Padmanaban looks at the potential uses of BCIs and whether they should see the light of day.

To scale automated functional testing for large, complex systems, you need to look at the design of the tests, how to organize the process, how the various players cooperate, the software's testability and stability—and, importantly, management's commitment. Hans Buwalda shares some testing tips.

Technology companies and their countries' governments work together for the advancement of the nations as a whole, creating new jobs and bolstering the economy. But due to privacy issues, tech companies are now controlling what user information they expose—and governments don't always play along.

Nearly fifteen years after the year 2000, the Y2K bug has surfaced its ugly face once again. This iteration of Y2K shenanigans involves zombies—sort of. At the end of last month, more than 14,000 notices were sent to Pennsylvania men born in the late 1800s urging them to register for the draft.

When doctors diagnose new patients, they start by asking general questions. And depending on the answers, they ask more specific questions. The same can be done with patterns! Asking about the condition of a test automation effort can lead to the specific issue that’s ailing the project—and a cure.