Software Quality Insights:

January, 2016


January 31, 2016  11:50 PM

The mob programming mindset

Valerie Silverthorne Profile: Valerie Silverthorne

Woody Zuill is careful to say he did not "invent" mob programming. But the career programmer turned consultant certainly played a big role in at least codifying the ideas behind mob programming. And spell out the details he did recently during a free mob programming seminar in the Boston area...

January 18, 2016  11:04 PM

Testers, get ready…the IoT is about to make your life even harder

Valerie Silverthorne Profile: Valerie Silverthorne
Internet of Things, Software testing

In the midst of all the IoT hype, Claire Rowland is a well-timed reality check. A London-based UX consultant specializing in the IoT space, Rowland is enthusiastic about the opportunities. But she's also very, very realistic, particularly when it comes to exactly how interconnected these devices...


January 14, 2016  9:55 PM

Gender and Technology: Will it be a happy new year for women in 2016?

Jodie Ng Profile: Jodie Ng
Women in Technology

2015 was not a great year for women in technology, but that's hardly surprising. Gender and technology has continuously been a topic of conversation. For...


January 7, 2016  3:33 PM

2016, design and the bottom line

Valerie Silverthorne Profile: Valerie Silverthorne

Maybe it's where I'm sitting but this feels like a time of great change in the software design and test arenas. Designers are in short supply, everywhere, but at the same time companies are...


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