Estimates: a necessary step?

Estimates: a necessary step?

No matter what your role in the team or where you stand in the hierarchy, we all have to estimate time frames and scope.   Due to the number of parameters and the fact that they’re going to change (Guaranteed! Change is the only constant), providing estimates is one of the most complex tasks we […]

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The pitfalls of custom software development: Scope

It’s not always easy to find the right software solution on the market for your company or business process. I’m not here to tell you how to choose between a purchase and custom development. Instead, I want to help you understand what’s at stake when you decide that developing custom software is the right solution […]

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Achieving Trust With Intent-Based Leadership

Two years ago, I was fortunate enough to attend Agile 2017, an important conference organized by Agile Alliance, in Orlando, Florida. Amongst all the conference presented, I mostly focused on the ones that discussed teamwork, collaborative work and leadership, topics that interest me as a Scrum Master and Agile Coach. One word came up again […]

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How Docker and containers are transforming testing

In 2018, Docker is impossible to ignore. The company’s container technology allows development teams to package an application, tools, libraries and configuration files into an isolated container that can then be deployed onto various host machines according to demand or need. Docker’s data shows that more than 3.5 million applications have been packaged using the […]

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5 tips to optimize your quality assurance process

To succeed in today’s software-driven world, organizations must rely on talented teams, robust tools and solid processes that will allow the company to develop more business value faster. Deploying high quality software solutions quickly and smoothly requires a modern quality assurance process that leverages the power of test automation. To help you implement the best […]

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4 trends for the Internet of Things in 2018

A few years ago, Gartner predicted that 8.4 billion connected objects would be in circulation by 2018. According to a Statista report, this estimate may have been too conservative, as the current number of connected objects currently in circulation around the world is closer to 20 billions. Statista’s report confirms that the Internet of Things […]

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End-To-End Testing In An Agile World

Software quality is very important for our team. One of our main objectives is to deliver to our clients and partners more business value faster, but without compromising software quality. To ensure that we deliver exceptional software quality, we use various strategies and techniques, including end-to-end testing. End-to-end testing uses automated tests to verify all […]

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