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  • Testing what's appropriate

    Valerie Silverthorne - Senior News & Feature Writer 28 Oct 2015
  • It's a fine line between appropriate, and not. But in today's open society, how do you draw that line? After all, what is funny to one person is offensive to another. I was talking to our testing ...

  • Today's software developer -- happy, self-reliant and maybe even female

    Valerie Silverthorne - Senior News & Feature Writer 15 Sep 2015
  • A brand new report from the Application Developers Alliance (and conducted by IDC) showcases some very encouraging news about the software development profession. A healthy 68% of today’s software ...

  • This mob might be the answer

    Valerie Silverthorne - Senior News & Feature Writer 02 Sep 2015
  • I've been talking to a lot of stressed out testers recently. These are people who take their profession seriously but don't always think anyone else does, particularly when they're told time and ...

  • It's a small world, right?

    Valerie Silverthorne - Senior News & Feature Writer 10 Aug 2015
  • In all of the Agile talk last week at Agile2015, there were lots of good, insightful observations, a ton of interesting, useful and actionable data and a few downright jaw-droppers. The ...

  • While walking the halls of Agile2015...

    Valerie Silverthorne - Senior News & Feature Writer 03 Aug 2015
  • this is what I overheard on Day One of this very popular conference in Washington, D.C.: “We submitted a paper and we heard back 20 days later. Normally you submit a paper and you hear back six ...

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