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The Beauty of the Outsourced QA Team

Written by Ashley Grizzell on June 9, 2015

When talking with potential customers about outsourcing a portion or all of their quality assurance functions, the most common push back I hear is, your testers do not understand my application and business process as well as my team. I would argue that not having in depth knowledge is both a pro and a con….

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What is new in ASP.NET MVC 5? (3 of 3)

Written by Ron Todosichuk on May 25, 2014

Introduction This is part three of a three part series outlining some of the key new feature in ASP.NET MVC 5. In this part, we will look at Authentication Filters and Filter Overrides. Discussed Features: One ASP.NET (Part One) Bootstrap (Part One) Attribute Routing (Part Two) ASP.NET Identity (Part Two) Authentication Filters (Part Three) Filter…

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What is new in ASP.NET MVC 5? (2 of 3)

Written by Ron Todosichuk on May 18, 2014

Introduction This is part two of a three part series, outlining some of the key new feature in ASP.NET MVC 5. In this part, we will look at the Attribute Routing and ASP.NET Identity. Discussed Features: One ASP.NET (Part One) Bootstrap (Part One) Attribute Routing (Part Two) ASP.NET Identity (Part Two) Authentication Filters (Part Three)…

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What is new in ASP.NET MVC 5? (1 of 3)

Written by Ron Todosichuk on April 29, 2014

Introduction Visual Studio 2013 shipped with ASP.NET MVC 5. This three-part article will talk about some key new features that are now available with ASP.NET MVC 5. Discussed Features: One ASP.NET (Part One) Bootstrap (Part One) Attribute Routing (Part Two) ASP.NET Identity (Part Two) Authentication Filters (Part Three) Filter Overrides (Part Three) One ASP.NET When…

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SSIS 2012 Script Task Logging

Written by Ben Holley on April 22, 2014

One of the great features of SSIS 2012 is the built in logging for packages stored in the SSIS catalog. It is a true time saver but there is one small shortcoming. If you have a runtime error in a script task, you get one error message for all possible root causes: Script Task:Error: Exception…

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Automation Testing and Quality Assurance

Written by Whitney Dueitt on February 10, 2014

As we move forward in to 2014, it’s time once again to look at upcoming trends in quality assurance automation testing. We’ve seen an increase in the demand for various kinds of automation testing. This includes regression automation, load testing, performance testing, and unit testing. In general, automation testing is just what it sounds like:…

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Testing vs. Quality Assurance

Written by Jonathan Taylor on August 12, 2013

The goal of any Quality Assurance department is to have a positive influence on their IT organization with respect to process improvement, ROI and stability. To accomplish this we have to concentrate on more than just testing the product. We have to test the entire software development life cycle, not just the product. Here are some…

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