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Difference Between Black Box Testing and White Box Testing

on Friday, 26 December 2014. Posted in Blog

Difference Between Black Box Testing and White Box Testing

Difference Between Black Box Testing and White Box Testing

Many times, I have heard from reader about few terminology of Software Testing. Amongst the list readers asking about the what is meaning of Black Box and White Box testing. They were totally confused on the this Software Testing terminology and who is responsible for doing this type of testing, when it is carried out and what all inputs required to perform such types of testing.

How To Get A Job At Facebook

on Tuesday, 23 December 2014. Posted in Blog

How To Get A Job At Facebook

How To Get A Job At Facebook
Thanks to its famously easy-going culture and fabulous perks, Facebook is one of the most in-demand places to work -- and getting a job there is no easy feat.
 
To get a better sense of what it takes to land a highly coveted position with the social media giant, we recently spoke to one employee who walked us through his interview process and shared what it's really like to work for the company.

15 Characteristics Of A Good Programmer

on Friday, 19 December 2014. Posted in Blog

15 Characteristics Of A Good Programmer

15 Characteristics Of A Good Programmer
With everything I've been going through, I decided to write a post about some of the characteristics in the best programming talent that I've been able to attract to my startup. Beyond knowing the programming languages necessary to do the job, there are certain requirements that are essential in hiring the right programmer.
 

7 Stupid Internet Scams That You Still Fall For

on Tuesday, 16 December 2014. Posted in Blog

7 Stupid Internet Scams That You Still Fall For

7 Stupid Internet Scams That You Still Fall For

Scammers aren't non-English speakers with computers. They're savvy manipulators who play off your emotions. That's why even the stupidest scams will work on the right vulnerable person. "I'm pretty good at recognizing scams. But I still have the same physiological response as everyone else when I see a too-good-to-be-true opportunity," says Robert Siciliano, a McAfee online security expert. "You don't have to be a moron to get sucked into that feeling." These online scams have been around forever—some, even before the Internet—yet thousands of people are still falling for them every day. Here's what you need to know so you're never conned again.

7 Brain Tips for Software Developers

on Friday, 12 December 2014. Posted in Blog

7 Brain Tips for Software Developers

7 Brain Tips for Software Developers

What are the states in which your brain is working in full speed? What are the states in which your brain shows some of its genius? What are the states in which everything seems to click? But most importantly: What can you do in order to enter these Resourceful States? I will give you 7 ways, although there are countless more:

Seven Job-Hunting Tips That Should Be Retired

on Thursday, 25 December 2014. Posted in Blog

Seven Job-Hunting Tips That Should Be Retired

Seven Job-Hunting Tips That Should Be Retired

Whether you've been out of the workforce for awhile or you're asking an elder for career advice, it's important to recognize that the rules of job-hunting have changed in recent years.

Thanks to the internet, it's easier than ever to find a suitable position, but harder than ever to get noticed. By modernizing your job searching tactics, you'll be more likely to impress recruiters in an increasingly competitive environment.

10 Ways To Improve The ROI Of Your Software

on Monday, 22 December 2014. Posted in Blog

10 Ways To Improve The ROI Of Your Software

10 Ways To Improve The ROI Of Your Software

Corporate IT spends a great deal of time justifying the return on investment (ROI) it gets from hardware and data center investments, but it often neglects software investments altogether. By some accounts, 80% of most commercial software features go untapped, with only about 20% being actively used. What should you expect from your software investments and how do you make sure you're getting it? Here are 10 ways to maximize your software ROI.

5 Ways To Get Your IT Project Signed Off

on Thursday, 18 December 2014. Posted in Blog

5 Ways To Get Your IT Project Signed Off

5 Ways To Get Your IT Project Signed Off

"IT people love nothing more than a good project to add excitement to their life and enhance their career," says David Allison, head of business systems at Aggregate Industries. That passion, however, can lead to challenges for the business - and IT leaders can sometimes be willing supporters of project requests, even when the business case is ill-defined and the requirements are suspect.

Top 10 Skills You Need to Be Successful

on Monday, 15 December 2014. Posted in Blog

Top 10 Skills You Need to Be Successful

Top 10 Skills You Need to Be Successful

Success comes from the mastery of a core set of skills that can be applied to any position, field or company. When you practice and strengthen these skills in your work, you’ll rise to the top. Read on to discover the crucial talents you need to launch your career:

10 Ways To Improve Your Personal Brand

on Thursday, 11 December 2014. Posted in Blog

10 Ways To Improve Your Personal Brand

10 Ways To Improve Your Personal Brand
What is your personal brand? Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos once said, "Your brand is what people say about you when you are not in the room."
 
Of course, you'll never be able to control what people say about you behind your back, but there are steps you can take, mostly online, that can enhance their perception of your professional skills.

 

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