Insanity: Building software like we always have

  Albert Einstein had a lot of bright ideas, but his definition of insanity — “Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results” — has a particular relevance when it comes to software. Since the dawn of computer programming, code has mostly been developed in the same old, expensive, flawed way: build, […]

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How Service Virtualization can solve your Test Data Management problems

As  software becomes more complex and distributed, and handles more customers and transactions over time, it is also generating an exponential increase each year in resulting data. Some systems of record have become so large and unwieldy (petabytes or zettabytes even), that they can barely even be managed. You have dozens of data sources in […]

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IS DELIVERING VALUE TO THE USER, ON TIME, AND WITHIN BUDGET AN INCOMPATIBLE TRIAD?

This blog touches on many of the themes which test consultant Paul Gerrard and I will cover in our upcoming webcast “Transform Your Testing for Digital Assurance”. To find out more and book your place, please click here. The Standish Group’s Chaos Report has always made for uncomfortable reading for anyone responsible for software projects. […]

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