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Content Digitization QA: Are You Load Testing Your App Continuously to Ensure You Don’t Disappoint Your Users?
Load Testing is an integral part of the performance testing function. Companies have long understood the importance of it and have been giving it the due attention in the overall software testing ecosystem. If so, why do we continue to see issues aroun...
Dateline: 2014-10-21 10:22pm -07:00T (495 words)
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Content Digitization QA: Are You Load Testing Your App Continuously to Ensure You Don’t Disappoint Your Users?
Load Testing is an integral part of the performance testing function. Companies have long understood the importance of it and have been giving it the due attention in the overall software testing ecosystem. If so, why do we continue to see issues aroun...
Dateline: 2014-10-21 10:37pm -07:00T (495 words)
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Slashdot: First Evidence of Extrasolar Planets Discovered In 1917
KentuckyFC writes: Earth's closest white dwarf is called van Maanen 2 and sits 14 light-years from here. It was discovered by the Dutch astronomer Adriaan van Maanen in 1917, but it was initially hard to classify. That's because its spectra contains lots ...
Dateline: 2014-10-21 11:31pm -07:00T (182 words)
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Content Digitization QA: Are You Load Testing Your App Continuously to Ensure You Don’t Disappoint Your Users?
Load Testing is an integral part of the performance testing function. Companies have long understood the importance of it and have been giving it the due attention in the overall software testing ecosystem. If so, why do we continue to see issues aroun...
Dateline: 2014-10-21 10:52pm -07:00T (495 words)
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hack a day: Ceci N’est Pas Une Clock
[Justin] tipped us about his slick custom OBD-II gauge that could easily pass for an OEM module. He was able to use the clock area of his Subaru BRZ to display a bunch of information including the oil and coolant temperatures and the battery voltage. The...
Dateline: 2014-10-21 10:16pm -07:00T (194 words)
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Slashdot: Internet Broadband Through High-altitude Drones
mwagner writes: Skynet is coming. But not like in the movie: The future of communications is high-altitude solar-powered drones, flying 13 miles above the ground, running microwave wireless equipment, delivering broadband to the whole planet. The articles...
Dateline: 2014-10-21 10:16pm -07:00T (168 words)
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Content Digitization QA: Do I Grow in the Managerial or Technical Track?
Software testing has evolved significantly in the last decade that it now offers a clear career path to individuals who want to grow in the discipline. Whether you are a fresher joining right after college or a lateral hire changing jobs, the career pr...
Dateline: 2014-10-21 11:07pm -07:00T (426 words)
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hack a day: Cassette Tape Hack Turns Scratching into Sliding
It’s common to see a DJ use a turntable as a musical instrument. Physically manipulating a record while its playing produces its own unique sound, but it takes some finesse and puts strain on the delicate workings of the player when you do it. With th...
Dateline: 2014-10-22 2:01am -07:00T (236 words)
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Techdirt: Open Licenses And Freedom Of Panorama Recognized In Russian Law
Techdirt has been reporting on a steady stream of dismal news coming out of Russia, chronicling its increasing clampdown on the Internet, so it's great to hear about something extremely positive happening there. The Wikimedia blog reports on some importan...
Dateline: 2014-10-22 2:01am -07:00T (443 words)
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hack a day: Baby Quadruped Robot, Learning To Walk
We’ve all seen videos of those crazy Boston Dynamics running quadruped robots that can reach up to 28 mph. Those things are amazing and it’s almost impossible to imagine how to even start building one. [Max] loves his robots and wanted to bui...
Dateline: 2014-10-22 4:31am -07:00T (340 words)
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The Daily WTF: Security through Idiocy
The ticket Bruce found in his help desk queue seemed innocuous enough on the surface. A user in the Finance department complained about not being able to create a file named “Wire Transfer” in their network folder. Being in finance, they did t...
Dateline: 2014-10-22 3:16am -07:00T (636 words)
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Techdirt: Complete Failure: Chicago's Speed Camera Traps Fail To Bring In The Revenue Mayor Emanuel Counted Upon
Speed cameras, just like their red-light camera brethren, have been pretty well established as nothing more than revenue machines for local municipalities. Their application results in a myriad of issues, such as the fact that the cameras don't work, not...
Dateline: 2014-10-22 4:31am -07:00T (545 words)
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MacRumors: Apple CEO Tim Cook Meets with Top Chinese Official After iCloud Login Harvesting Claims
Apple CEO Tim Cook met with a top Chinese government official in Beijing Wednesday to discuss the security of user data, reports Reuters. The meeting comes after web censorship blog Great Fire claimed earlier this week that hackers worked with Chinese au...
Dateline: 2014-10-22 4:31am -07:00T (334 words)
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A List Apart: Learning to Be Flexible
As a freelancer, I work in a lot of different code repos. Almost every team I work with has different ideas of how code should be organized, maintained, and structured.Now, I’m not here to start a battle about tabs versus spaces or alphabetical order of...
Dateline: 2014-10-22 5:46am -07:00T (457 words)
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Techdirt: You Know Who Else Hates Everyone In Congress? Congress!
Hating on Congress is basically a national past time here in the US. Other than a brief moment of probably misguided solidarity after September 11th, the public's view towards Congress tends to be pretty negative, and it's been getting worse lately. Here'...
Dateline: 2014-10-22 7:01am -07:00T (1187 words)
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