The Value at the Intersection of TDD, DDD, and BDD

Software development is saturated with frameworks, methodologies, and processes; most of which come with the promise of better development. Just ask any developer, and they will likely only be too happy to share their favourites or suggest which method you should use. Are you looking to implement a large project successfully? They could suggest a method. Are you trying to avoid discrepancy...



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“The Best” of the Best Practices for Test Automation

If I was to be writing about the benefits of test automation, rest assured you would be reading all about the enhanced reliability it provides, its laser-like accuracy, and far-reaching coverage. And of course, I would certainly make sure to stress how it can drastically improve product quality, reduce time-to-market, and perhaps most valuable of all, bring with it a high return on investment.



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The High-Cost Excuses Preventing Test Automation

My daughter recently asked me if I would take her to the toy store. I had just come home from the office after a long day, and all I wanted to do was relax on the couch and watch TV. I told her I couldn’t, the reason being that I was “too tired” but I would gladly take her tomorrow. She, reluctantly, accepted my answer and went about her business, likely to pose the same question to my wife.



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Outcome over Output: Why the Scrum Focus Needs to Shift

One evening I was having drinks with some colleagues after work and, as should come as no surprise, the topic made its way to Scrum - more specifically, what was the best advice we’d ever heard on the subject.



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5 Scrum Myths Parading as Truth - Busted

Words can be funny; more specifically, how the same word can have incredibly different meanings for different people. Take the word scrum for example. For 95% of the population, that word either elicits thoughts of people in jerseys all huddled together about to restart a game, or holds no meaning at all. However, when you change the ‘s’ to a capital, to us, the word Scrum takes on a whole new...



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Quality Assurance Approach and Best Practices

You know it’s vital, I know it’s vital, so let’s move on and dive right into our recipe for success. True quality comes from quality minded people, and as such, we’ve subscribed to a different angle towards QA, one that differs from the traditional practices.



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The What, When, and Why of Test Automation

Daniel Park is Head of Digital Experience for a large enterprise. Among his many ongoing projects, he has recently been tasked to launch a “mission-critical” venture that has the promise to change the way the organization interacts with their customers. However, before Daniel can begin, he needs to choose which vendor to partner with.



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Agile or Waterfall: Which Approach Is Right For You? 

Depending on which study you read, you’ll find failure rates for large IT projects range anywhere from 30 to 90 percent. Whatever the number, it is an astonishing figure considering the strategic importance of many IT initiatives in today’s world. Which begs the question - how can you improve project management and create a scalable framework by utilizing the best attributes of the Agile and...



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6 reasons why you should be adopting a DevOps culture

Digitization is sweeping across many industries, creating an unparalleled demand for companies to innovate, experiment and deliver capabilities faster. Increasing speed and agility isn’t just a desire—it’s imperative for survival. You need to adopt a more flexible and efficient approach to software delivery—one that eliminates the barriers and exploits the dependencies between development and...



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