Topic: test & qa
Often when beginning an agile project, there is a need for some re-tooling in order to be successful. The same set of tools used in traditional development may not be enough to support rapid communication, dynamic user story change and ranking, and increased code development.
Software testing and poker have interesting commonalities. Some say there’s no use in either, that both are a waste of money and, at worst, dangerous to the financial health of the poker player or software project. Proponents say that both teach us something valuable and are enjoyable activities.
Security is not just about preventing hacks. There is a larger aspect to consider: user privacy and how organizations handle collected user data. Privacy testing is still a niche field, but it is growing as users become more aware of protecting themselves and social networks gain popularity.
Twitter has taken a stand against the NSA and any party trying to snoop around their servers and its users' information by implementing their perfect forward secrecy (PFS) plan for their mobile and web platforms. Read more to learn how this social juggernaut is keeping information private.
Mobile phones have evolved from being the result of great business to becoming the starting point for joining a great business. According to reports, more than half of job seekers are using mobile devices in their job searches. Read more to discover how mobile can enhance the recruiting process.
By now, everyone in the world knows that the rollout of HealthCare.gov was a disaster, and we also know that information technology (IT) has taken a beating. In this story, Joe Townsend explains what is being done to fix this mess.
In this roundup of software-related news that matters to you, read about hackers who are attempting to disrupt GitHub and how a software glitch may have been responsible for delaying emergency help during the summer crash of an Asiana Airlines Boeing 777.
For software projects embracing agile development, cloud computing can be vital in speeding the process and maximizing the. The cloud allows agile teams to focus on the project's goals over the infrastructure, ensuring that the project it main objective: fulfilling a need for the customer.
Determining the kind of product that's developed boils down to what the user wants. These days, end users are very vocal in sharing their feedback about a product—the good, the bad, and the ugly. Companies would do well to gather input efficiently, pay heed to the results, and then respond quickly.
Bug bounty programs abound these days and have been leveraged by many organizations hoping to reduce their security vulnerabilities. Looking more closely at these bug bounty programs, several questions emerge in helping shape an organization’s quality assurance strategy.