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Continuous software development is a blanket term that covers several aspects of an iterative application development process based on making each change when it is ready, rather than wrapping many changes into large batches. Continue Reading
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Building with microservices and asynchronous messages is a start, but according to Typesafe's 'Going Reactive 2016' survey, reactive systems are the future of software architecture. Continue Reading
At STPCon 2013, HP's Kelly Emo talks about how organizations are using new software tools to improve software quality through the use of automation. Continue Reading
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It turns out working with legacy code might not require days of pouring over cryptic comments. For finding and fixing bugs, developers can use simple testing tools to peel and slice their way down to the problem. Continue Reading
When specifying requirements at the outset of software lifecycle, maybe "less is more"-- and testers should step up to fill in the gaps. Continue Reading
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How can organizations get the most out of their software testing with the least amount of effort? Here are some best practices on how to sidestep these common automated acceptance testing traps. Continue Reading