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Category Archives: Other

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  • NLP For Big Data: How Natural Language Processing is poised to revolutionise Big Data analytics?

    How can Natural Language Processing (NLP) be applied to Big Data testing and analytics? In this post, we explore how to implement NLP for Big Data and the benefits of such a process. Rather than just a buzzword, and a …

    • 22/06/2017
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    • Posted by Chirag
  • Java: Taking out the garbage

    I am working on the second edition of my book on performance testing. You can find the first edition here at Amazon. This is the very first draft of a new chapter on Java and the garbage collector. I very much …

    • 06/10/2016
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    • Posted by Albert
  • Log management: How visualisation helps to learn the process flow

    Does this look familiar to you? This screen may bring back memories, it may make you feel old or you may even think that this is ‘the command prompt’. To me it brings back memories (and makes me feel old). …

    • 26/07/2016
    • Posted by Albert
  • Improvisation and Testing – Unscript Yourself

    I have been into software testing for about 10 years now. And for about the same decade I have been playing improvisational theatre (impro). In this blog post I will share some thoughts about how testing and improvisation are similar …

    • 19/07/2016
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    • Posted by Robert Strauch
  • Hacker Rewarded $15K by Facebook

    Do you like software testing? Do you like going on Facebook? Ever wondered what It would be like to make money from combining the two? That’s exactly what one savvy user has done. Anand Prakash, who works as a security …

    • 10/03/2016
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    • Posted by Daragh
  • Webinar Q&A from: “ATDD And BDD The Great Beat Down…or…Debate”

    On Wednessday 6th, Bob Galen & Mary Thorn hosted a webinar entitled: ATDD And BDD The Great Beat Down…or…Debate  Slide notes and recording are available HERE They got many good questions, and here are the answers:   Q. Why isn’t integration test and/or …

    • 26/02/2016
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    • Posted by Daragh
  • Software testing and Futurology

    In this blog you’ll read how the study of Futurology can help inform the software testing community on upcoming trends and technological changes which may have an impact on our industry and career.   Software testing and futurology Introduction What is …

    • 16/11/2015
    • Posted by John
  • Lessons in Quality from VWGate – Volkswagen’s Engine Troubles

    Do the Problems at Volkswagen Sound Familiar to You? Image Source: and advertisement archives “The internal evaluation revealed that approximately five million Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand vehicles are affected worldwide” – Press Release 22nd September 2015 from Volkswagen …

    • 02/11/2015
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    • Posted by aditya
  • Testing in a Connected World: Adapt to Test Ops

    In today’s world driven by technology and the Internet of Things (IoT), testing new products is more complex than ever. The process can prove to be long and costly for IT organizations as the increasing number of mobile devices, smart …

    • 28/10/2015
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    • Posted by Vikrant
  • Is QA getting the most value out of its test cases?

    Among the many challenges facing software developers today, none are more pressing than the pressure to reduce operational costs while simultaneously shortening the production window. Under normal circumstances, cutting back on expenses can be enormously difficult and runs the risk of …

    • 23/10/2015
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    • Posted by Sanjay
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