Category Archives: Application Lifecycle Management

An Examination of Software Testing Approaches

Microsoft’s David Platt is known to say “Users don’t care about your program in and of itself. Never have, never will. Your mother might, because you wrote it and she loves you, and then again she might not; but no … Continue reading

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ALM & an expanded approach to being Test Driven (Part 1)

Since the dawn of the computer age, various methodologies have been introduced to improve quality and reduce cost. In recent years Test Driven Development has gained popularity as a means of verifying code functions properly [or that defects/limitations are identified … Continue reading

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ALM – What is it and Why Do I Care?

For those not familiar with ALM, it can be simplified down to “A comprehensive view of all of the ideas, requirements, activities and artifacts that impact an application over the course of its lifecycle, from concept until decommissioning”. Obviously, this … Continue reading

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