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Guide to Choose Correct Project Methodology 1

Agile, Waterfall, XP, Kanban, PMBOK are considered to be project management methodologies. But actually, it is not true. And now you will know why. Project management methodology is a set

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Mobile Test Automation: whim or demand? 1

The shift of different industries to mobile makes the mobile segment one of the most promising consumer IT fields. According to Statista, by 2021, 40 percent of the world’s population

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You don’t need software testing, do you? 0

Why verify the software quality? Why do you have in-house QA team or apply for independent testing services? Why are there so many providers of QA and testing services? Do

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When say “no” to automated testing? 0

Despite providing a number of advantages, automation of software testing applied to the “improper” project may cause a failure of software release. To avoid such a scenario, you should know

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Software trends and their influence on QA and testing 0

QA (Quality Assurance) and software testing trends are prescribed by tendencies of software development and IT innovations. To know what to expect in the field of testing, let’s have a

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Artificial Intelligence: adoption and obstacles 0

2018 is a year of Machine Learning and AI (Artificial Intelligence) technologies. They attract a lot of attention including media coverage making companies to explore and adopt AI technologies. Time

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How to verify performance of mobile games? 0

Statistics shows that mobile gaming market continues its fast and dynamic growth. According to Mediakix, a marketing agency, nearly 800,000 mobile games are available on App Stores. And 62% of

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Internet of Things: why projects fail 1

In 1988, the article published in New York Times said that in future people would be able to put the light on, switch on / off radio and television, even

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Data Breaches: why to watch your back 0

In 2018, cybersecurity still remains a stumbling rock. Last year showed that hackers’ attacks became more sophisticated. In comparison to 2016, the number of data breaches in 2017 was 44.7%

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