Recent events have shown all of us just how quickly the world can slip into chaos and confusion. But that “chaos” isn’t limited to a worldwide pandemic. It happens in varying degrees in our day to day lives. However, despite the chaos, whether global or professional, a business must keep moving forward. Customers still have problems that need to be solved, and your ideas still have the potential to solve them — that is if you can take them from concept to fruition.
Watch and discover our framework for cutting through the chaos, and going from the problem space to rollout; getting your MVP where it belongs — in the hands of your customers.
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Discover HyperAutomation — the intersection of RPA, Test Automation, and AI — as we showcase how to successfully automate your E2E environment and drive ROI. This is a live recording featuring Jahan Ali, Founder and CEO of mobileLIVE, Noel Kirthiraj, CEO of UXPLORE, and Ragavan Balasubramaniam, Test Automaton Manager of mobileLIVE. It was hosted and moderated by Crina Bildea, Director of Sales.
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As the challenges business faces grow in both complexity and impact, so too does the growth in the adoption of Agile to solve those challenges. However, with so much focus on agile’s benefits and value, I’ve noticed that many organizations forget to put the time and effort into a critical first step of this adoption — the formation of an agile team.
Today, I will propose a remedy to that and a method to help you get the most out of this critical step towards agile.
Challenge Liftoff — A Workshop
“Liftoff,” as it is commonly referred to, is among the first steps to transforming to the agile methodology. Essentially, it is a way to ensure that everyone is prepared to work according to agile principles. And depending on the organization and the formation of the team, this step can quickly grow in importance. …
For your convenience, here is the full transcript of the Q&A between Naresh Babu — Director, Engagement Practice and Uzi Murad — Account Executive.
Uzi Murad: Hello and welcome, I’m Uzi Murad and here with me today is Naresh Babu, head of strategy and architecture at mobileLIVE. Hey Naresh.
Naresh Babu: Hi Uzi.
Uzi: These days we see more and more enterprises adopting Multi-Cloud strategy. In fact, a recent survey by IBM showed that about 85% of executives are saying that they’re already running Multi-Cloud, or will be moving there within the next three years. So what we want to understand today is what’s driving organizations to the Multi-cloud strategy, and what are some of the challenges they are facing. …
With recent advancements in the IT industry coupled with its growing pace, it’s essential for software companies and professionals alike to up their game. And while there have been many architectural changes with respect to development in an effort to increase productivity and reduce cost, there is certainly a need for similar attention to be paid to the testing of software as well. But where to begin? Fortunately, you begin and end with API automation using BDD.
The first thing is to look for a tool that helps you write easy to maintain automated tests, faster. For this article, we’ll focus on automating Rest API testing. I’ve used many tools over the years for this purpose, however, I recently came across one that not only changed my view on automated API testing but on the concept of absolute automation as a whole. It’s called Karate , and if you are involved in automated API testing and don’t have a background in programming, you may want to give it a consideration. …
I think technology, on the whole, can be classified as a paradigm. One of the clearest examples (and conveniently, one that supports my narrative) is this: innovation breeds innovation. And with each step, further expands the adjacent possibility of what has the potential to exist. And while not a betting man, if history is to be believed, I’d wager it occurs to a degree so significant you could assign an exponent to.
However, it’s a double-edged sword. Because while the potential and possibilities are growing closer and closer to limitless, it also makes trying to predict “what’s next” with much degree of accuracy very difficult. Google Glass, a hype at one point in time, is nowhere in the vicinity, nor did the Microsoft Surface come into its anticipated, full-fledged existence. …
Why would you utilize Kanban in SAFe? The short answer — to be successful. The longer answer starts with why organizations adopt Agile in the first place.
The most successful organizations are the ones that elicit the most value from their efforts and have established best practices and processes to ensure that effort and return is repeatable and scalable. For example, in software development, there have been undeniable advantages and value when clients and end-users are involved in the project. It helps with transparency and visibility on progress and aids in continuous planning and feedback throughout the lifecycle.
Software companies appreciate the idea of delivering value, and more specifically, early in the process, and this has been one of the driving factors behind Agile adoption. This methodology not only mitigates some of the development risks, but Agile project management helps produce higher quality products, happier users, and increased project control. …
Low-code/No-code (LC/NC) software development is much more than a buzzword; it is something that challenges the definition of what software development is.
Intrigued? You should be. And today, we are going to do a crash course covering what low-code/no-code is, where it came from, its value, and why it is getting the attention of some of the biggest players in the game.
The Difference Between Low-Code & No-Code
Low-code software is essentially software that can be configured and customized with minimal (or “low”) programming efforts. To be clear, it still requires someone with programming knowledge to execute. …