How Agile, MVP, Cloud and DevOps are Transforming Performance Testing Practices For decades, QA is primarily thought of as a gatekeeper. For the product to reach the customer, it has to go through this gate. The underlying tenet is; the product comes to the gate after it is fully done. This model is completely disrupted…Details
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By Brad Egeland, Originally published in BradEgland.com
No matter how smoothly things have gone on your project up till this point, as you approach implementation you’ll feel at least two things: relief and anxiety. Relief because it’s nearly over and you’re still moving forward. Anxiety because it’s nearly over and there may be something—or some things—that you’ve overlooked. How you manage the project—including your team and your customer—can help out a lot on that common feeling of anxiety and that “have I done everything I need to do” moment of truth. But there are things you really know deep down that you must do in order to really feel comfortable as you roll out the new tech solution to your anxiously awaiting customer and their end users.Details
Appvance CEO talks about Healthcare.gov testing issues…and how to avoid the same mistakes
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