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August 30, 2015

25 Successful Startups built with outsourced development

There is a world of talent helping entrepreneurs afford their dreams here at home.
August 26, 2015

How “code-less” development could obliterate the app dev backlog

The pace of business has continued to increase. Phrases such as “IT department struggle” are slowly being replaced with more modern phrases like "app gap", as people look to explain why they are unable to get the apps they want on their devices.
August 23, 2015

The 3 biggest pain points in Mobile App development

Mobile app development is not easy by any means, but there are a few solvable pain points.
August 19, 2015

How MyHeritage use Test Automation in a Continuous Deployment environment

In this presentation we explain how we use Watir, Ruby, Cumcumber and other supporting technologies to allow end to end testing in MyHheritage.
August 17, 2015

Mobile Test Coverage Index: better apps are within reach

Another quarter, another round a rapid changes in the mobile market. For organizations striving for mobile app quality, this question lingers in a shifting market: On which devices and operating systems should we test our apps against?
August 14, 2015

UK Web users now prefer to do it with smartphones

U.K. web users now see their smartphone as the most important device for getting online, overtaking the previous most popular device, the laptop, according to..
August 13, 2015

The most popular programming languages of 2015

Developers may argue the virtues of their preferred language over another, but the truth is that the best programming language depends on its intended application.
August 12, 2015

Google Deployment Manager automates Cloud deployments

Google Cloud Platform users often have to maintain scripts to manage the creation of multiple cloud platform resources such as instances, disks and networking. Creating repeatable and consistent configuration across projects was not an easy task.