Archive for April, 2009
Do you know that software testing can be an art? Being able to evaluate the capability of a system or application and ensuring it meets with client requirement involves a certain amount of craftsmanship.
This could be a dull chore where you simply perform ad hoc testing or a challenging experience that involves a good deal of planning and designing before testing.
Here are 10 tips that can help to develop good quality software that works according to specifications.
1. Understand the application: How can you test if you do not know if the application is functioning as designed ...
How do you ensure your business stays ahead of the competition? A business is all about relationships and happy customers means a successful business. To build strong and lasting relationships with clients, you need to first understand their individual needs and behavior. Here’s when CRM comes in handy.
So, what’s CRM and what can it do for you?
CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management. It is a business strategy that many companies adopt whereby customer data is collected and used intelligently in order to build and maintain strong relationships with customers.
You can use CRM to track your customer’s contact ...
Did you wish you were able to transfer digital pictures, video and large files between cell phones, laptops and other devices?
Then, the Bluetooth 3.0 is here to do just that.
April 21st, 2009 saw the announcement by Bluetooth SIG of its new Bluetooth 3.0 + HS specification, dubbed as Bluetooth High Speed Technology. The new Bluetooth wireless standard builds upon the previous standards and is reportedly up to 160 times as fast as Bluetooth 2.2. This is good news for manufacturers of handsets and PMPs, expanding the range of possibilities to include Bluetooth media streaming and much ...
When it comes to web then it’s all the way Google. Right from search engine to browser to email, they are now providing with API for their Analytics feature. Google Analytics is their free service for tracking and analyzing website traffic and usage.
It was a much-awaited release from Google. “Large organizations and agencies now have a standardized platform for integrating Analytics data with their own business data,” says Google’s Nick Mihailovski.
Google was blamed of storing the browsing history of a user. Now they are willing to share this data. So it is really an interesting move from Google....