Can software testing help break the cycle of poverty? Per Scholas and Doran Jones aim to find out

When most people think of the technology industry in New York City, they probably think of Silicon Alley, whose genesis was in the Flatiron district, at the juncture of Midtown and Lower Manhattan. The Bronx ,on the other hand, probably doesn’t come to mind. This Q&A is a little different than most we’ve had on […]

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Lisa Crispin: Collaboration beats tossing code ‘over the wall’

Even though Lisa Crispin does training, coaching andwriting about Agile testing, she is not one to rip Waterfall methods. As we saw in the first part of my two-part interview, Crispin says the Waterfall might work in some circumstances. “If your industry is slow changing and doesn’t require that software-providing new business value be delivered more […]

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Security guru: Continuous testing a key to stopping hacks

Alex Holden investigates the big hacks. His Milwaukee-area information security firm, Hold Security LLC, has identified some of the largest cyber-security breaches of the past couple years. In October 2013, Hold Security worked with a journalist to discover that a hacker group had put on an unprotected server the source code for key Adobe Systems […]

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New voke study finds service virtualization saves time and resources — and results in a better product

Although more companies are adopting service virtualization, the use of automation and simulation in software testing has yet to achieve proverbial critical mass. But after leafing through a new report on the returns on investment that service virtualization creates, I was left with a question: How can a business that produces software justify not investing […]

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