Software testing can feel a lot like being a demolition man. Or like being a curious kid with an appetite for dismantling expensive toys. It comes with the daily practice of getting into the mindset of end-users of all kinds.
From our experience, microservices are mainly employed when clients want to develop or rewrite an application for which they forecast uneven growth. That can happen when a certain business segment is expected to grow, or change radically.
Which do you think works better for your company – one big machine that does all the jobs, or several sleek tools that deal with various parts of your business? No surprise here, the consultant’s answer would be “It depends.”
Especially over the last few years, many businesses have been considering the idea of building or acquiring their own AI-enabled conversational agent. However, despite the interest, research and effort that are put in, there are still just a handful of successful attempts.
We like to think that successful IT careers are about continuous exploration. And you know that by now: the greatest discoveries are made by passionate people along with good friends.
During the runtime of our automated testing scripts, a common problem that blocks the completion of the tests arises from the appearance of pop-ups that are displayed for a small amount of time.
Figures prove it: cloud technology is on the rise. Dynamic companies understand that infrastructure as a service is becoming essential when they seek scalable optimization. The world’s largest cloud provider at the moment is Amazon.
There is no innovation without risk. And no success without several prior failed attempts. Testing a product idea is the safest way to try something new. The digital version of initial product testing is software prototyping.
Mircea Marghidanu, lead developer at Unity3D was our guest at Tech Talks@Tremend for a presentation on game development, code testing and human perception limits.
Less than 24 hours left until Tremend’s Ultimate Hackathon Challenge is ON. April 9 will be nothing short of a legendary day here, and one of the reasons is the cool theme we picked for this year is internal competition: Internet of Things apps and products.
The main project of Exia Belgium, the Active Sideguard™, is an innovative blind spot accident avoidance device for heavy trucks, using electrostatic sensors technology for detecting cyclists and pedestrians. Bringing their expertise in automotive safety software and embedded software development,…