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An Introduction to General Systems Thinking
By Gerald M. Weinberg (Author, Speaker, Teacher)
For more than twenty-five years, An Introduction to General Systems Thinking has been hailed as an innovative introduction to systems theory, with applications in software development and testing, medicine, engineering, social sciences, architecture, and beyond.
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with Diana Larsen (FutureWorks Consulting LLC)
Tue, Oct 18, 2016 02:00 PM – 03:00 PM BST
with Dave Haeffner (Elemental Selenium)
Mon, Nov 21, 2016 02:00 PM – 03:00 PM GMT
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Wed, Nov 23, 2016 02:00 PM – 03:00 PM GMT
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This is the very first draft of a new chapter on Java and the garbage collector from Performance testing – a practical guide
This blog post continues Bart’s exploration into Automated Performance Testing
The average IT team handles a wide range of jobs spread out all over a business’s technical backbone. This uniquely scattered structure can make it difficult for teams to stay connected, whether members are isolated from the rest of the …
There are a few different ways of getting screenshots with Selenium WebDriver when exceptions happen.
In this month’s blog we’ll be talking about organising your time to be as successful as possible as a new business owner
Continuous Development, Continuous Integration (CI/CD) is the new paradigm for creating and improving web applications.
The benefits of distributed load test centers can be seen as an invaluable tool for e-businesses that serve local, regional, national, and global audiences.
When you do the same thing many times, you can start to make false assumptions about your work process—and testing is no exception.
It’s an interesting thought considering took us over 100 years to add wheels to our suitcases.
There’s a global rush by large enterprises to build more applications — in a digital business world, software becomes one of the most important differentiators. But rushing apps into production is risky business because bugs can get through.
I would like to share the idea of leading projects by quality and not by so called management.