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What will the next generation of test strategies be?
Somewhere in the last century, organizations began to slice off testing from the rest of software delivery, packaging it as a "process" that could be outsourced. Today, I see this changing even more, and faster, and I'd like to cover five specific areas of change: Culture, emerging business models, technology, emerging markets, and the economics of diversity. Cultural Shifts Years ago testing would be done by the developers themselves -- and th...
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Here's how to prepare for the fall trade-show season.
These days, there is a meetup or event almost every day of the year, in a city near you. For some people, it's become a full-time job to be at these events and for others it leads to a feeling of FOMO. So as we move into the Fall 2015 Tradeshow Season, including major events such as VMworld (US & Europe) and OpenStack Summit (Tokyo), many people often ask me for tips and tricks to make sure their presentations create the most impact. The key t...
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Traveling to a conference soon? Here are a few silly tricks.
There's a price to pay when you travel for 35 weeks a year for the first two years of consulting, but it also had benefits. I learned a few things that work for anyone, even if you only go to one conference a year -- and it's about time I shared. Laundry. Most hotels include a laundry service, with a plastic bag in the closet to put your laundry in. Use the bag as storage, to separate your dirty laundry from clean, when living out of a suitcas...
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Microsoft releases “show or hide updates” tool.
Hmmmmm. Looks like I wasn't the only Win10 cowboy stuck out in the pasture with no lasso for a badly-behaved Windows driver update. Numerous reports surfaced this weekend about an Nvidia graphics driver update that caused headaches for users with multi-monitor setups. In response MS has published a troubleshooting tool called "Show or hide updates" available for free download, documented in KB 3073930. With this troubleshooting tool, MS rest...
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So what is an objective journal? Michael Larsen explains.
Twelve years ago, I made a decision to go back to school. In the process, I downshifted my reality for two years. I was given the opportunity to work with a video game publisher as part of their testing team (this helped me slow the burn-down of my life savings while I was in school). While I was there, I was introduced to the concept of the "Tester's Objective Journal". Each day, we were to log what we worked on, and what we noticed throughout t...
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Is Veeam’s gain causing CommVault’s pain?
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"The cloud creates new opportunities for all of us.” - Stephen Boyle, U.S. Channel Chief for Microsoft
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Here's how AWS has changed the cloud game.
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Do you think HP was right to disclose Windows Phone vulnerabilities? Find out in this week’s roundup.
HP image via Shutterstock Do you think HP was right to disclose Windows Phone vulnerabilities? Find out in this week's roundup. 1. HP scares IT teams with Windows Phone vulnerabilities - Michael Heller (SearchSecurity) HP's Zero Day Initiative has disclosed four critical vulnerabilities found in Internet Explorer that could lead to remote code execution, but mistakenly labeled them as affecting Windows desktop not Windows Phone. 2. Cisc...
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