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Speed has always been a major challenge in software development, as waterfall projects took up a significant amount of time to carry out due to lengthy operational and manual processes. Under this setup, you could expect your initiative to take months or even years to reach completion. In the mobile environment, this type of drawn out schedule is no longer feasible, especially when it comes to fixing issues and quickly addressing emerging user requirements. Organizations gravitated toward agile testing methodologies and software practices to jumpstart their journey toward better serving modern needs. This included implementing new tools and procedures to boost overall capabilities and ensure that testers have the means to quickly catch and mitigate potential issues. Quality assurance teams will need to redefine their testing strategies under agile transformation a... (more)

Testing Challenges of IoT | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #API #InternetOfThings

What Are the Testing Challenges Ahead for the Internet of Things? The tech industry has been abuzz about the potential of the Internet of Things for the past several years, and with good reason. As more devices become connected to one another, society steps even closer to the ultimate goal of an overarching, cohesive network facilitating communication between everyday objects and tools. The possibilities of a fully realized IoT are practically endless - so too, however, are the concerns surrounding IoT when it comes to software test management. Quality assurance gets complicated ... (more)

How Information Security Threats Have Evolved | @CloudExpo #Cloud #Security

Information security has become a critical priority for many businesses over the past decade, and for good reason. It seems like a new breach is exposed on nearly a daily basis, impacting another organization and its patrons. However, some companies believe that they're safe because they're either too small or too big to be affected by any of these cyberattacks. The truth is that groups of all sizes from Target to your local dentist are being hacked or having their data compromised, and it's causing a major upheaval in the security community. Businesses tend to also think that t... (more)

Three Reasons Software Testers Need to Ask Questions By @ZalinCal | @CloudExpo #Cloud

It's a well-known adage that curiosity killed the cat, but this drive to figure things out is something that can be critical for software testers. People are often taught from an early age to question everything in order to gain a higher understanding. This characteristic is something that likely will not be on the job requirement list, but will still be expected from quality assurance professionals. Being inquisitive and asking questions whenever possible spurs innovation and will improve your capabilities in QA management. Questions breed innovation Part of a tester's job invo... (more)

DevOps and Test Automation | @DevOpsSummit #DevOps #Microservices

Test automation is arguably the most important innovation to the process of QA testing in software development. The ability to automate regression testing and other repetitive test cases can significantly reduce the overall production time for even the most complex solutions. As software continues to be developed for new platforms - including mobile devices and the diverse array of endpoints that will be created during the rise of the Internet of Things - automation integration will have a huge hand to play delivering reliable, multifunctional products that end users want and nee... (more)