Author: Tom Petrocelli

How Software Can Aid Testing in Agile Environments

How Software Can Aid Testing in Agile Environments

Companies continue to adopt Agile methods for all kinds of software development, including development of enterprise systems, mobile apps and websites. Agile promises faster and more frequent development. Unfortunately, that means fast, and sometimes rushed, testing.

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Developer Collaboration Tools Beyond Slack

Developer Collaboration Tools Beyond Slack

Everyone uses Slack, right? Especially if you are a developer in a startup. Silicon Valley startup geeks are more into Slack than teenagers are into Snapchat.  Slack is a great tool for general communication and can integrate with just about everything a developer may care about.

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Digital Marketers: Make Your Customers Hate You in 5 Easy Steps

Digital Marketers: Make Your Customers Hate You in 5 Easy Steps

Anyone who wants to read content for free online has a wealth of options. Advertising is the main source of revenue for these content-oriented websites and news apps. Their economic survival depends on their ability to display ads that readers notice — and that’s fine for most consumers.

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Boring (but Important) Topics for Developers to Watch in 2018

Boring (but Important) Topics for Developers to Watch in 2018

Admit it. We all love exciting and sexy technology. That’s why we stand up and take notice when someone talks about AI-controlled bots or quantum computing. Futuristic, sci-fi topics like these grab our attention and fuel our imagination. Unfortunately, this article is about none of those.

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When Machine Learning Benefits Employees and Customers Alike

When Machine Learning Benefits Employees and Customers Alike

Anyone who's opened a brokerage account, managed an issue with the tax collector or was admitted to a hospital knows the frustration of the waiting game. The level of complexity in regulated industries such as finance, healthcare and government requires human judgment to make even typical processes operate correctly.

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