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Should I Rewrite My Application From Scratch?

Probably not.  And this may be a surprising answer from the owner of a software development company, but in the majority of cases it’s probably best to work with what’s there and make incremental improvements.   370 more words

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Fixing Missing TFS 2013 Project Portal Site

If you missed Project Portal Site creation while creating new project on TFS 2013 or you faced errors (most of the time permission issues with SharePoint), you can follow below steps to create Project Portal Site after a Project is created in TFS 2013. 365 more words

My 2 cents

Recently asked to provide details on what I value in the software development process…..

My take on software development comes down to 3 principles, ranked in order of importance: 720 more words

5 Segments of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Software Development Life Cycle (or SDLC) is the procedure which is taken after to build up a program, web application or software. You can say it is an organized method for building programming applications. 300 more words

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Software Testing Tutorial

Testing is the process of evaluating a system or its component(s) with the intent to find whether it satisfies the specified requirements or not.

Testing is executing a system in order to identify any gaps, errors, or missing requirements in contrary to the actual requirements. 102 more words

Bug Life Cycle

Building Better Software, Better

If you’re already working in the IT industry, you’ve no doubt heard of Agile. If you’ve already implemented the Agile methodology in your software development process, you’ve probably asked yourself this question before – “What’s the point?” 1,112 more words

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Top 5 BDD testing Frameworks for Agile projects

In software engineering, Behavior Driven Development or BDD is primarily a process related to the development of software. Associated with software engineering, BDD basically owes its origin to Test Driven Development or TDD. 633 more words

Software Testing