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Data Test Your Data Quality to Increase the Return on Your QA Investment

With the high volume of data coming into your organization, it’s important that it be complete, correct, and timely. But considering the velocity at which this data is moving, how do you measure its current quality? You must be able to test it wherever it sits still enough to be viewable, without altering it.

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Shauna Ayers
Connected devices Building for the Internet of Things Is Great—Just Keep Security in Mind

The Internet of Things gives us opportunities to transform everyday life into frictionless interactions between humans and machines. However, that also means the technological attack surface is everything. Makers learning how to build IoT devices must also learn how to build safe, secure, and compliant devices.

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Chris Poulin
Virtual reality Keep Up with Changing Technology by Making Learning a Priority

Many organizations are constantly adopting or integrating new technology, with the goal of remaining competitive. But there are so many new platforms and methods being created that it’s impossible to keep up with them all. Michael Sowers shares some tips that have helped him stay current with changing technology.

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Michael Sowers
test tubes containing different colored liquids The Value of Experimentation in Testing

With new concepts, platforms, methodologies, and devices being introduced at a rapid rate, it’s critical to both initiate and establish a culture of experimentation within your testing team. You need to experiment and take risks in order to keep pace and hopefully surpass the competition.

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Josiah Renaudin
hand holding candle Has Mobile App Quality Caught Up with the Rest of the Industry?

Software companies around the world are putting a significant portion of their resources into mobile application development. And even though we’ve made great strides in terms of speed and security, can mobile app quality hold a candle to more traditional applications?

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Josiah Renaudin
open dictionary Sideways: A Tech Dictionary for Everyone

The Sideways Dictionary is a cool new resource to bookmark. Sideways is like a dictionary, but it's way more interesting. Created by Google’s technology incubator Jigsaw, it uses analogies and metaphors, instead of dry definitions, to explain techno-jargon.

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Pamela Rentz
hands holding tablet 3 Factors That Determine Your Choice of Mobile Testing Tool

Before you pick the right mobile testing tool, you need to research your options thoroughly in order to find something that streamlines your processes and allows the development lifecycle to run smoother. However, it’s even more essential to look at your own team before deciding on a tool.

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Josiah Renaudin
team meeting Why Testers and Developers Don’t Have to Be on the Same Page

Since software development is highly subjective in nature, different thought processes and assumptions between development and testing teams can positively impact applications and lead to a more successful, well-rounded product. It might not seem like it at the time, but there’s value to dissonance.

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Josiah Renaudin