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July 20, 2018

The Cost of Not Doing Testing

One of the maxims in software testing is that “testing early and testing often” helps avoid the high cost of deploying a software bug. But it’s hard to quantify what that exact cost is because of all of the factors that go into the software development life cycle, including (but not limited to) an organization’s size, the number of customers, and the employees and resources utilized to debug and fix. There are, however, some statistics that we can look at to determine how damaging bugs can be.

April 10, 2018

Things to consider as you prepare for GDPR compliance on your website & web application

In this blog post, I will lay out a framework for the types of things you might consider thinking about as you approach compliance with this new regulation.
March 27, 2018

Gain Actionable Insights on Your Customers with Machine Learning

Expanding your customer base is key to your company's growth. But how many of you also focus on keeping your existing customers? If you...

March 9, 2018

A Context-driven Approach to Testing

Ten years have passed since my first testing stint. Projects have come and gone, but at least two things have remained constant during all these years: software development projects are becoming more and more demanding—in terms of implementing new technologies and meeting the expectations of stakeholders—and testing is still a great resource to ensure that expectations are met.

February 26, 2018

Elixir & Phoenix for Your Next Web Application

Have you heard of Elixir and Phoenix? In this article, I will help you understand what they are and what makes them unique. I am going to go over some principles and concepts of Elixir to show you why it’s intriguing and why you should consider choosing Elixir and Phoenix for your web application. I will also cover the best ways for adopting this new technology into your organization and development team.

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