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5 lessons learned from Information Technology User Acceptance Testing (UAT)

The team’s efforts up until this point have been pain-staking; people have worked night and weekends to get to this point. After days, weeks, months of software development the finalized piece of code has been tested and dropped to a testing environment. 627 more words

Sinful Secrets of the Vatican

Sinful Secrets of the Vatican

Nathan Harper

University of Advancing Technology

Imagine a world where the rules are not only bent in many cases, but completely altered to fit the needs of those in power.   1,130 more words


Weekly Notes: November 3-7, 2014

This week has been a week of big projects:

  • Revisions to all 48 SOP modules to make the learning objectives more clearer
  • Create quizzes for all 4 SOP courses…
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Weekly Notes

My Way of Life

I remember the “good old days”. When you could smell the morning due in the field near by, and the days seem to last forever. Those were the days of my neighborhood. 467 more words


At The End Of The Tunnel

At The End of The Tunnel

By: Nathan Harper

Let’s get it straight and not twisted here

The me of who I am now isn’t who I once was… 304 more words


Debugging a Production Server – Eclipse and JBoss showcase

Debugging a Production Server – Eclipse and JBoss showcase

Do you write code that has bugs? No, of course not. For the rest of us, mere mortals, who do write code with bugs, I would like to address a very sensitive issue: debugging an application that runs on a production server. 609 more words


UAT pulls Gamasutra ads over #GamerGate

The University of Advancing Technology has reportedly joined Intel in pulling its advertising from news site Gamasutra, citing the organization’s “negative journalism” regarding the… 265 more words