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Facilitating Usability Testing

Usability Testing is paramount for validating assumptions and improving a product. Doing so early and often can fuel a development team’s efforts to create a clear and effective product. Usability testing can also clarify areas of uncertainty or feature choices by getting clear feedback from a source outside the team that isn’t knee-deep with all the intricacies of the product. Read More

Facilitating Usability Testing

Reinventing Myself With Salesforce

The Salesforce platform is a different animal than anything I had been exposed to before. Every Salesforce user and developer shares the same "cloud" - it is a multi-tenant platform. This has major benefits and also major implications that have to be taken into account when designing and coding applications on the platform, or when integrating Salesforce data with other systems. Read More

Reinventing Myself With Salesforce

100% Code Coverage or Bust?

While I can appreciate the idea of setting a lofty goal then promoting and pursuing it with decisive enthusiasm - my viewpoint has evolved to question setting a global edict or goal without consideration for the details of the individual project. Read More

100% Code Coverage or Bust?

Stakeholder Engagement Is Critical In Agile Software Development

Optimal satisfaction can only be achieved in agile if stakeholders get and remain fully engaged. They need to—and have to want to—roll up their sleeves alongside the agile team and commit to the transparency, accountability, and true partnership it takes for product success. Read More

Stakeholder Engagement

To Automate, or Not To Automate

What considerations should be made when deciding to automate your test cases? We reached out to our QA experts to get their take on when and why to automate tests. Read More

To Automate, or Not To Automate