Testable requirements, or acceptance criteria, are the communication of an expectation between its originator and potential stakeholders. Many testers struggle with this starting point. But once you succeed, you know the processes that can build and test a system implementing “good” requirements.
In the latest issue of Better Software magazine, there are insightful articles covering a wide range of topics impacting the software delivery process. Feature articles explore the next wave of computing: mobile and wearable intelligent devices and the experiences and challenges they bring.
More than 27 percent of the world's population has some form of disability, meaning they could have special needs when it comes to accessing the Internet. Following accessibility guidelines improves the overall usability of the software under consideration, which helps all people using it.
You may have heard of StickyMinds.com but not be entirely sure about what kind of content is published there. A good StickyMinds.com article is a story pulled from first-person experience about something that provides a new insight, approach, tool, or idea to our community. Read on to learn more.
Many businesses are turning to big data and analytics, which has created new opportunities for business analysts. BAs are a valuable resource for stakeholders, helping them identify their analytics-solution needs by defining requirements, just as they would on any other software project.
In a recent interview, Mark Zuckerberg mentioned the need to create single-purpose, first-class experiences to capture the attention of mobile users. One of the approaches Facebook is considering is unbundling the features offered for its mobile app.
Microsoft recently announced the availability of Office for iPad as a freemium offering. Freemium combines two types of business models—free and premium. Anuj Magazine explores why Microsoft chose to go the freemium route for Office for iPad and how product strategy played into the decision.
In this roundup of interesting software news for April, read about how developers are more satisfied with their jobs than ever before, and a fascinating new survey to be conducted on agile software development practices in the New York metropolitan community.
Last week, many of the major phone manufacturers and wireless companies announced they would offer an antitheft feature on smartphones. The feature, known as a kill switch, will include several components aimed at deterring theft.
We should all be aware of our credit score—the important number used to determine interest rates and insurance costs. What you may not be aware of is how big data is being used to score you on many areas of your daily life. Joe Townsend explores the connection between big data and big brother.