Today’s featured member, Shillu13, hails from Minnesota, where she works as a Senior Software Control Engineer. She’s been using her expertise in software testing, metrics, status, quality centers, web app testing, and tech trends to answer past and current questions on software testing. Thanks for the hard work, Shilpa!
- What is the primary difference between retesting and regression testing?
- In which order should the different types of testing be performed in Agile Testing?
- Is functional testing sufficient to determine the code coverage?
- When is the test strategy document prepared?
Check out this week’s most-watched IT questions around IT Knowledge Exchange. We’ve got some great answers, but there are a couple just waiting for your expertise! Head over to IT Answers and get to helping.
1. Tritech, EmNichs, Mrdenny and Spadasoe provided some insight on the difference between Windows versions on Server 2003.
2. Mrdenny and Falconreef helped out a user with getting a legacy application working on Windows 7 for an upgrade.
3. Mrdenny gave some good advice for how to remotely connect to Windows 7 domain computers internally.
4. Can you add anything to Tritech’s explanation of cascading drive pools for a user’s query into simulating a library with multiple tape drives?
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Today’s featured member, StevenG7, hails from Michigan, where he works as an infrastructure consultant. He has four decades of multifaceted experience in IT, including disaster-recovery planning, network and systems programming, and computer operations manager. His special interests lie in data center infrastructure and green tech. Thanks for being so active the past few days, Steven, and keep up the great work!
This week’s IT blog top 10 is a quirky mix of product announcements, professional socializing, identity crises and everyone’s favorite mystery, the Cloud. Enjoy this week’s top dogs around IT Knowledge Exchange, and check back next week for the latest popular posts!
1. Mainframe Propeller Head’s Ryan Arsenault pulls the Cool Product Alarm: Network management suite enables mainframe monitoring from the iPad.
2. Carl Brooks takes us behind the scenes over at The Troposphere: I saw AT&T’s cloud.
3. Dave Raffo reports on life after the 3PAR acquisition: HP sees 3PAR as a three-gap product.
4. Storage Soup’s Dave Raffo doesn’t sleep. He keeps one eye open and on storage news, kind of like Oracle’s eye is on NetApp.
5. Apple sneaks another toe into the enterprise; Yasir Irfan reports on the Juniper network release of Junos Pulse app for iPhone and iPad. Continued »
This past weekend, Mr. Denny joked that he feels like he’s the only one answering questions around IT Knowledge Exchange. Prove him wrong; share your IT expertise over at IT answers! Sharing your knowledge gets you knowledge points, street cred, and possibly a spot amongst our featured member elite.
1. Mr. Denny, Jinteik, and Stevesz gave some advice on how to stop a DDOS attack without changing IP addresses.
2. Mr. Denny provided a document to help a user find the upgrade path for Windows 2000 Advanced Server to Windows Server 2008 R2.
3. Check out the conversion tool Mr. Denny suggested for migrating a MySQL database to SQL 2005.
4. If you’re setting up a second Active Directory server for backup and load balancing, follow Mr. Denny’s easy how-to.
Today’s featured member, Falconreef, hails from Colorado Springs, where he works as an IT manager. His 20+ years’ experience in everything from network administration to CRM and ERP software makes him a valuable asset around IT Knowledge Exchange. He’s performed custom PC builds and network installation, so throw your network and PC troubleshooting questions his way!
- Wiping hard drives in 100 PCs
- Get a legacy application working on Windows 7 so we can upgrade
- Contacts list in Outlook 2007
- VPN tunnel
Today’s featured member is a newer addition to the site, but he’s hit the ground running. From Security in 2010 to Active Directory and Windows Server 2008, RaveDJ’s been helping us out a lot this past week.
- Viewing specific security policies that apply to Active Directory 2003 users
- Auditing Windows servers for low disk space on a 2003 domain
- How can I set up 2008 Active Directory password complexity?
We’ve compiled our super awesome crew of IT blog posts from this past week! You voted just by clicking and reading each one of them. Scroll through the list for some juicy Oracle goings-on,
1. Storage Soup’s Dave Raffo speculates on Larry Ellison’s remark regarding NetApp’s business from storing Oracle databases, wondering if Oracle’s eye is on NetApp.
2. Search Server Virtualization’s Colin Steele sizes up a possible courtship: VMware, Novell in acquisition talks, WSJ says.
3. Don’t waste your money on a horror film, just read Channel Marker’s Barbara Darrow’s piece on how Oracle is the world’s scariest software company.
4. Jack Vaughan of SOA Talk tells the story of Oracle World 2010: When hardware met software.
5. For those of you who enjoy a show, Voices of CRM’s Barney Beal recaps Benioff’s response to Ellison with Chatter 2 (and a few jokes). Continued »
Today’s featured member, MurrayInfoSys, is an AS/400 guru. For the past month he’s been answering your questions on RPGSQL, AS/400 printer files, and AS/400 administration. If you’re stumped by something AS/400-related, check out MurrayInfoSys’s profile page to see if he’s answered a question that could be helpful to you. Thanks for all the hard work!