How to Start an AngularJS Application

May 11, 2017 2:00:00 PM / by Michael Fried posted in Modernized Technology, Software Delivery, Angular JS

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Have you ever thought about learning AngularJS but didn’t know where to start? Today I’m going to show you how to quickly spin up an AngularJS 1.6.x application using a couple of different tools and then touch on the important AngularJS concepts to get you started.

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High Code Coverage Means You Have Quality Tests, Right? Wrong!

Apr 27, 2017 3:29:00 PM / by Paul Friedman posted in Agile Testing, Code Coverage, Unit Testing, Modernized Technology, Software Delivery, high code coverage

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In Agile Testing, you want to adhere to the testing pyramid when designing your automated tests. For this discussion, I will be focusing on the bottom tier of the pyramid, Unit Tests, where you want to have the largest percentage of your tests.   

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3 Step Tutorial - Node.js Express Framework For Rapid Web Application Development

Sep 15, 2016 11:33:00 AM / by Ifti Khan posted in Node.js, Express, Application Lifecycle Management, Modernized Technology, Software Delivery

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Heard about Node.js and Express but are confused where to start? Well, here you can find 3 easy steps to create and run Express application in Node.js on a Mac OS.

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Getting Started with JIRA Portfolio 2.0

Jul 11, 2016 7:10:00 AM / by Ashley Hope posted in JIRA, Portfolio, Atlassian, Modernized Technology, Software Delivery, Agile Software Delivery, JIRA Portfolio

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JIRA Portfolio is a powerful tool which provides an easy way to manage one or more teams' backlogs and schedule work for months at a time. Portfolio for JIRA 2.0, which was just recently released, brings many useful changes including an easy startup wizard to create a new plan, powerful..

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6 Reasons to use Postman/Newman for API Integration Testing

Jun 22, 2016 4:55:00 PM / by Michael Fried posted in Test Management, Modernized Technology, Software Delivery, Postman, Newman, API

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You wrote a fancy new API that handles everything you can throw at it. You spent hours doing manual testing to make sure your API works perfectly. You release your code and make some updates. Now you have to spend hours manually testing again. There has to be a better way. Here are 6 reasons you..
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