Tag: Testing and Quality Assurance

A Treasure Map to Navigate Around The Boobytraps When Developing A Custom Application

Developing a Custom Software Solution is one that brings a sense of pride upon to yourself upon launching this brand new program live! Whether your application is developed for individual consumers, for other business's use, or for your internal operations,...

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Google Plus Data Breach Impacts 52.3 Million Users

Two months ago, Google stated that they discovered a software glitch that exposed Google Plus user information of up to 500,000 customers between 2015 and 2018. After the "bug" was fixed, investigations did not show any signs of misuse by...

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Quantum Artificial Life Created On The IBM Cloud Quantum Computer

I just came across something incredible! QUTIS researchers from the UPV/EHU's Department of Physical Chemistry modeled simple organisms that were capable of experiencing various phases of life in a controlled environment, which was accomplished through the power of quantum computers....

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AI Is Being Used To Create Terrifying Masks And Costumes For Halloween

Happy Halloween! For today's discovery, I found some interesting ways in which artificial intelligence and machine learning were used to make Halloween an even scarier time of the year. Masks Matt Reed, a creative technologist at a Nashville-based advertising agency,...

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In The News: 50 Million Facebook Accounts Affected In Massive Security Breach

Breaking News! Facebook had a massive security breach affecting 50 million users which could allow attackers to take control of user accounts. Guy Rosen, VP of Product Management, just posted a blog on this event a few hours ago. The...

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What Does the Latest British Airways Breach Mean to You

Recently, the British Airways' data breach by the hacker group, "Magecart," raised eyebrows about the use of third-party source code. By Mimicking credit card skimming devices, Magecart used malicious code to capture data entered by users of British Airways' payment...

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In The News: Software Engineers Could Soon Outsource Part of Their Jobs To Alexa

I discovered an article that talks about Devy, an Amazon Alexa hack that can automate tedious tasks for software engineers while they focus on the more important aspects of their job. Nick Bradley, a computer science graduate at the University of British...

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OWASP Security Standard: What It Means And How It Can Help You

OWASP, or Open Web Application Security Project, is a global non-profit organization, which is dedicated to web application security. OWASP has materials that make it easier for developers to understand how they can improve on the security side of their...

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Things to consider when deciding on UI/UX for your application

Once you’ve come up with an idea for your application and you have the business plans prepared, before you get into development, you should think about the look and feel of the application you are building and how that will...

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How To Test A Web App Properly From A User Perspective

The ways in which a web application is tested and the things that are tested usually depends on where the product is in its life-cycle. For this post, we will primarily focus on testing the application at the front from...

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