Pair Testing también conocida como Buddy Testing es una sesión donde se involucra a 2 individuos o a 2 miembros del equipo (PM, PO, SM, Dev, QA, Users) quienes trabajan en conjunto en una sola estación de trabajo para probar diferentes funcionalidades del software. Esta técnica es aplicada de manera indirecta en toda organización ya que siempre toca replicar un defecto o confirmar una solución con el desarrollador, con el PM o con el usuario final; sobre todo cuando trabajamos en Cascada. Las combinaciones ofrecidas por esta técnica son:Read More
I found myself in the need to check a portion of the SQL statements on my PostgreSQL servers. The process is easy and quick but you have to be sure to disable this feature as it writes directly on the PostgreSQL log and if you leave this enabled you might get your hard drive full.Read More
In essence, both Project Leaders and Project Managers are professionals and share common tasks such as planning, executing and closing a project. They are also assigned a team of individuals that have to meet certain criteria and requirements to help the project meat goals and deadlines meaning that everyone in the project even the Project Manager or Project Leader have a set of special skills that complement one another. However, inspiration and motivation are some important differences that can help stand out the Project Leaders from the herd of the Project Managers. Project leaders take the time to really get to know the team, their pains, their gains, keep them in the loop and act as coaches or mentors.Read More
A standing goal for any business should be to stay current on key developments within its industry. This is especially true for the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) retail space, whose landscape has changed dramatically throughout the past decade. The rapid rise of FMCG retailing online has left many retailers unsure of how to adapt. In fact, according to a Digital Readiness Assessment Survey by global research firm Nielsen and trade association Food Marketing Institute (FMI), many retailers and manufacturers are not prepared for the age of online grocery.Read More
In this day and age, it's just not enough to have a brick and mortar retail store.
Customers want more. They deserve more. They're demanding more. This includes convenience, at the highest level.
In today's world, retailers need to be where customers live, providing instantaneous access, 24/7. This means developing a mobile strategy that gives customers exactly what they want, when and where they want it.Read More
Topics: mobile commerce