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There are two sets of skills that a good software developer needs to cultivate: technical skills, and non technical skills. Unfortunately some developers focus only on the technical part. When this happens they will develop some bad habits from which the following are the 5 top non-technical mistakes:
1.- Lack of discipline.
“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” Jim Rohn.
I’ve always thought that discipline is one of the most valuable…Continue
Five Common Mistakes and Their Solutions :
The dynamically changing IT industry brings forth new objectives and new perspectives for automated testing in areas that were brought to life in the recent decade, such as cloud-based, SaaS applications, e-commerce, and so on. The last five years saw an immense growth in the number of agile and Scrum projects. Additionally, the IT market has changed significantly, not only with various new tools—including Selenium 2, Watir…Continue
Most of the focus in managing software requirements has centered on Users and Developers. It seems obvious to do so, doesn’t it? Users are the ones who will use the project, may also be the ones asking for the project, and thus are typically the ones we focus on in requirements elicitation processes. Developers take those requirements; transform the concepts, rules, models, and statements into code; and produce a solution that hopefully does what was defined at the start of the…Continue
Friendzz , In todays IT world agile plays an vital role.So I posted a blog reg agile and hw it produces higher quality. Also Scrum coincides with agile since its a part of agile methodology.This agile process suits for all sorts of applications and domains.
10. More appropriate distribution of test coverage. Typically, QA gets a big dump of functionality near the end of a release and has to figure out how to best use the time available. That often means that the "most…Continue