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Coffee Thoughts: THE CLOUD!

“Latency be damned! We’re in THE CLOUD!” “Bandwidth, schmandwidth! We’re in THE CLOUD!” “Load is always balanced! We’re in THE CLOUD!” “We don’t need no more stinkin’ [whatever]. We’re in THE CLOUD!” “THE CLOUD!” “THE CLOUD!” “THE CLOUD!” We’re here to today to talk...

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#TBT: Milestones in Tradeshow Tech

With iBeta off exhibiting at Ad:Tech New York 2016, we thought we'd make this week's #ThrowBackThursday post about changes in tradeshow tech over the years. Check out: 10 Ideas That Changed the Tradeshow Industry...

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The Minimum in MVP

"Minimum Viable Product" (MVP) is a very buzzy buzzword these days. Pair with a "disruption", a "synergy", a "sprint", and a plummy glass of Malbec, and you get a luncheon pitch that's into the Q&A phase before the entree arrives. MVP is supposed to contain the...

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QA in Action: Example Test Cases

A test case is a document that contains conditions that help testers determine whether a software product or an application is working properly. It basically creates a precedence for similar tests. The goal of a test case is to set out data like preconditions, post...

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Coffee Thoughts: The Samsung Thing [Updated 10/11/2016]

Update 10/11/2016: It's now confirmed that Samsung has permanently shut down production of the Galaxy Note 7 line. Lost sales of the Note 7 debacle are expected to run more than $2.5 billion directly, with millions more in losses to the rest of the Samsung product...

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Key Aspects of Web App Security Testing

Nowadays, people use web applications to access and store all types of sensitive data. A single breach of data can tank a company’s reputation – and potentially the company itself. To ensure that web applications are secure from hackers, breaches or other types of...

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