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Automated Testing Is Not Continuous Testing
Published: 8 months ago
Drawing a distinction between test automation and continuous testing may seem like an exercise in semantics, but the gap between automating functional tests and executing a continuous testing process is...
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Code Review Essentials
Published: 8 months ago
Let's say, hypothetically, that you have just started working for a new company. Finally, a perfect job you have always dreamed about...or at least, that's what it seems to be...
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How Power Encourages Exploitative Behavior
Published: 8 months ago
Despite organizations becoming more flat in recent years, it is still inevitable that power is not distributed evenly across the organization. A recent paper highlights some of the mendacious behaviors...
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Making Code Faster: The Obvious Costs
Published: 8 months ago
In my previous post, I presented a small code sample and asked how we could improve its performance. Note that this code sample has been quite maliciously designed to be: ...
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Automated vs. Manual Testing: How to Find the Right Balance
Published: 8 months ago
In the world of software testing, test automation can very easily seem like a golden nugget. Consider the case of a tester who runs several manual tests that eat up time that...
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Examining ValueObjects
Published: 8 months ago
When programming, I often find it's useful to represent things as a compound. A 2D coordinate consists of an x value and y value. An amount of money consists of...
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Security Exercises
Published: 8 months ago
Regular security exercises are, bar none, the most powerful, cost-effective tool for maturing a project's information security operations—when done well. more>>...
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Example Security Exercises
Published: 8 months ago
The following is a list of security exercises you can try after reading Susan Sons' article "Security Exercises". 1) It's Gone more>>...
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Three solutions for storing photos online
Published: 8 months ago
Among the biggest angst many users experience when a drive fails is the loss of photos. It's like having part of your personal and family history torn away. The cloud...
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Android users at high risk from Chrome flaw
Published: 8 months ago
Tuesday was the end of a most unusual election year in the U.S., but it was a typical patch week for Windows users, with all-to-common fixes for browsers, the kernel,...
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Questions and concerns about routers and SSDs
Published: 8 months ago
Plenty of forum members were interested in the thread, "Which is best way to connect router." And while you're in the Hardware section, you might check out the discussion about...
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Two tools for checking hard-drive health
Published: 8 months ago
One of the original Windows Secrets subscribers wrote in to recommend the drive-analysis tool, Hard Disk Sentinel. He stated that the app warned him of a failing drive before the...
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PC generates hundreds of Registry errors, daily
Published: 8 months ago
A reader asks what to do about an alarming number of Registry faults, reported by routine PC-cleanup scans. Plus: Understanding Windows' system power states, and what the heck could have...
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Summarizing Microsoft’s new update schedules
Published: 8 months ago
Microsoft's push toward monthly roll-up or cumulative updates that contain both security and nonsecurity (aka "quality") fixes should make updating Windows faster and easier. But there's also a dark side...
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