Software Testing

Why is user acceptance testing (UAT) still important? Here we'll learn about the benefits of UAT and why it's unique.

Why Do We Need User Acceptance Testing (UAT)?

Thoughtful leaders have dreamed up a more fluid software release structure to bridge the development and production environments, but...

Slow Dancing With Technology: Debugging, the Programmer and the Machine

The concept of DevOps has been around for a while now, but it's still being defined and refined - it can have different meanings to...

Developments in DevOps

Performance testing often isn't used to its full extent (or not used at all), leaving developers missing out on opportunities to correct...

Performance Testing: The First Line of Security Against Attacks

As we turn over more and more of our lives to intelligent systems, we must demand quality - or face the consequences.

Tech Failures: Can We Live With Them?

User acceptance testing is normally the end users' first chance to give feedback on a project, but is that soon enough? Involving users...

4 Reasons Why End Users Need to Participate in Testing Before UAT

This software development method encourages collaboration and flexibility to help deliver a high-quality product.

Agile Software Development 101

Discover five ways to accelerate your virtual applications and to keep your users happy by doing so.

Five Ways to Accelerate Virtual Applications

Technologists can benefit from the study of sociology. This article explains some of sociology's most basic concepts, and how they apply.

Sociology 101 For Techies

Despite good intentions, ethical hackers are are sometimes prosecuted for their discoveries. Do they need broader legal protection?

Do Ethical Hackers Need Legal Protection?

Since the advent of widespread programs, such as Microsoft's Patch Tuesday, the speed of patching programs and systems and the breadth of...

Patching the Future: New Challenges in Software Patching

Given the chaotic nature of distributed systems, services should be developed to anticipate failure and automatically recover in the event...