Outsource or Rural Source?

Posted by Soyini Coke, Guest Blogger on Nov 10, 2016 3:21:11 PM
I’m sure you’ve heard: jobs are moving out of the United States, and it’s causing frustration among American workers. More and more jobs are becoming automated, but many of the remaining jobs that need human beings are being outsourced to countries where the labor force is less expensive. Technology jobs are some of the main jobs that are moving offshore.  Read More

Agile Testing

Posted by Andrew Tubbs on Oct 26, 2016 11:48:04 AM
For many software testing professionals experienced in traditional development processes, working in an Agile project can be a foreign concept. Testing in older development models often only takes place near the end of a major development phase by a team of dedicated testers. As a result, test phases can be seen as a bottleneck since a multitude of bugs can Read More

Three Steps to Optimizing SAP Application Performance

Posted by Lou Torres on Oct 12, 2016 12:38:32 PM

With each meticulous stroke of the keyboard, each piece of intricate code, each configuration or integration, and with practically everything that occurs as an application comes together, it’s important to think about performance.  

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Learning Outside The Classroom

Posted by Ian Bitts on Jul 12, 2016 1:59:16 PM

While an undergraduate computer science degree may be a good starting place for learning how to be a successful developer, it’s the real-life application of these skills that will set you apart from a typical graduate. Although I don’t expect the university setting to be able to teach everything, there are still some areas that I found my education to be lacking. Here are three skills that I consider fundamental to software development that I ended up teaching myself outside of the classroom.

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