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Software Testing - Levels

I wanted to continue exploring software testing.  This post will focus on levels of testing.  I’ve seen these terms used in different job descriptions that I have come across recently and I wanted to know a little more about them.   450 more words

The Sage 300 SDLC

Introduction

A lot of my blog posts are to answer questions that I frequently receive. Then I have a ready answer of a blog posting link, or perhaps people read my blog and it saves me receiving an e-mail. 1,056 more words

Sage

The Value of QA

Happy Holidays everyone!

So, the other day I was faced with an interesting question on SQA’s StackExchange site. This got me thinking a bit about the value of QA and particularly, the future of QA. 562 more words

QA

10 Ways to Avoid Agile Development Pitfalls

The predominance Agile Manifesto lasted for over a decade as IT professionals pursued better ways of software development, but the evolution from the preceding Waterfall software development methodology remained stagnant in many ways. 564 more words

IT

AWS re:Invent Keynote Day 2 Takeaways

TL;DR – performance improvements and two huge announcements, Docker-based EC2 Container Service and cloud-CEP-like AWS Lambda.

I was in a meeting for the first 45 minutes but I hear I didn’t miss much. 560 more words

Conferences

Making the Case for sound Project Management practices irrespective of methodology

Merriam Webster defines the word Sound as “in good condition : solid and strong, in good health, free from mistakes : showing good judgment”

As Project Management professionals, organizations rely on us to provide sound leadership in the area of program and project management. 916 more words