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The ‘Old & Reliable’ Regression Testing For generations of developers and testers, regression testing has served as a mainstay of quality control through its process of re-running testing scenarios against code that has been modified or tweaked in the days or weeks since the creation of the original script. But testing and retesting in this manner is tedious and costly, with some teams choosing to only test a representative set of functions or opting to...

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A Developers Life: Coding Eight Days A Week? Not Really. If you are coding only 1 day a week (2 days out of a sprint) you are not alone.  Not even “Eight days a week” would help that much (Yes, I’m a Beatles fan).    8 hours a week of coding is all developers, on average, are able to achieve. Why is that? Because of all the shift that is happening.  “A day in the life” of...

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Anyone who’s been in the technology industry long enough has seen “the next big thing” come around several times. Usually these next big things follow a similar pattern of being (over)hyped for a period of time, and then slowly evolving into a state of familiarity as adoption becomes pervasive (e.g., optical networking, mobile phones, virtualization). Other times, the reality never lives up to the hype and the “next big thing” fades into obscurity (e.g., DSL,...