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Goodbye, Parse.com

Over the past year, I’ve been using Parse‘s free backend-as-a-service and web hosting to serve BCRecommender (music recommendation service) and Price Dingo (now-closed shopping comparison engine). 1,227 more words


Managing the long line of software engineers – Chris Mauzy suggestions

Software engineering is a totally different world

Why software engineers consider themselves to be unique and different from other professionals? This is because they believe that they are the most intelligent group who has the capability to create, design and develop products, which is the starting point for any profession. 465 more words

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Primal Force in Software Engineering

Primal Force:

                                         Forces are the issues that exist within a decision-making context In a

design solution, forces that are successfully addressed (or resolved) lead to benefits, and forces that are unresolved lead to consequences. 1,171 more words


Software Engineer in Test, Skybox Testbed - Google - Mountain View


Skybox’s Data Systems team is looking for a Software Engineer in Test – Testbed. As the testbed represents the hardware and software of the actual spacecraft, you will be working with systems critical to … 17 more words


Code Bootcamps Considered Harmful

To quote Charlie Brown, “AUGH!” This article is very depressing to me…

I don’t think it is depressing that these people are getting good jobs. I think that’s just businesses being stupid and not understanding what it is they need or they are getting. 184 more words


User Acceptance Testing for a Business Analyst

User Acceptance Testing is one of the last phases in testing a software process for the business scenario while technical testing is conducted for functionalities. UAT is the process of testing a Software/ project by its end users to verify it has the required functionalities to follow the real world process. 553 more words