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Dynotag voted "Best Inexpensive Luggage Tracking Tag"

Dynotag Smart Tags top the rankings for most capable & affordable property tags once again!

Founded in 2011, to perform independent tech reviews, Ezvid Wiki was the world’s first video wiki, and is now among the top 4,000 websites in the United States. 88 more words


Management of measurement data in motor development at DAF Trucks N.V.

Looking for an efficient solution for the management of measurement data in motor development, DAF Trucks N.V. has decided to count on openMDM®. The decisive factor was, that openMDM® is an open, manufacturer-independent software platform that enables its users to implement domain specific measurement data management solutions economically and in a forward-compatible way. 289 more words


Why Offline Mobility for Salesforce is a Gold Mine for Field Workers - Real Case Demonstration

One of the Most Common Use Cases: Break & Fix Scenario – Jacob’s Story, Part 2

Remember Jacob, the field service technician at Gold Star Heating & Air? 1,322 more words

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A process example for test planning

The variety and complexity of modern vehicles cause an enormous amount of tests during the development. To cope with this large number of tests, vehicle manufacturers and suppliers operate more and more test resources of all kinds. 597 more words

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UML Use Case Models – 5 Helpful Hints

1.All use cases should have clear business goals. Be absolutely clear of why people want to use the system. If it’s not clear from reading the use case what the pay-off for the user is, then you need to ask “why?”. 227 more words


Predicting Airbnb Prices with Logistic Regression

This is the third post in the series that covers BigML’s Logistic Regression implementation, which gives you another method to solve classification problems, i.e., predicting a categorical value such as “churn / not churn”, “fraud / not fraud”, “high/medium/low” risk, etc. 901 more words

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Importance of Use Case Document

“JSON, XML, .Net, C++, Java, Middleware”. These are some of the technical jargon which many IT professionals use while having a discussion with business users to implement business requirements. 442 more words