Agile Project Management it’s the bomb

  Agile Project Management it’s the bomb!!   There are many aspects that make Agile methodologies the way to go if we want to have a successful project and a happy customer but is not an easy task to decide which methodology will make your project and team successful.  In the next paragraphs, I will …

To SQL or NOT To SQL

The main purpose of this post is to try to provide insights about what SQL and NoSQL are, what they currently offer, which kind of problems are targeting, and where are they going to in the near future. Also, we will try to provide hints about how to decide which technology to use, or if …

Convolutional Neural Network: Building the Xception Model

Building the Xception Model   In recent years, there have been many breakthroughs in the development of Deep Learning using Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN). One of the latest and most accurate models is the Xception architecture. This model, developed by François Chollet in 2017, overtook the previous records in both speed and accuracy held by …

Understanding a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN)

Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) What is a CNN? A Convolutional Neural Network (CNN or ConvNet) is a type of fully connected deep learning neural network. The network’s name originates from the convolution mathematical operation in place of general matrix multiplication in at least one layer. With the inclusion of convolutional layers, the CNN design more …

Delivery Team Organization 

Team Organization  How a delivery team is organized impacts multiple aspects, and the ultimate success, of any strategy meant to provide deliverables according to a given timeline. This presents a unique challenge within the QA space as we frequently find ourselves having to align with timelines that are set based on business goals. These timelines …

Elastic Search – Basic Search Experiences / Features supported

Do you know the basic Search Experiences / Features supported as part of core Foundational Search Capability? Let’s take a look!… Foundation Principle – it supports Query-based search functionality. This is a basic search functionality should work as expected, like a query. Search functionality is supported by three mandatory features/values. Scale – supports runs on …

Why an SDET should not be a wildcard

I know the subject of this blog can cause some confusion, but that it’s the intention of it, perhaps you have never heard about the SDET term or position, so let’s define that first. The term was originally used by Microsoft and then Google, Over the years, more and more companies are hiring SDETs as it’s a …

A Brand Worth Investing In

Brands are everywhere around us; in the magazines, we read, on the internet, billboards, or the bus with an Ad on its side as we wait to cross the street. Companies spend millions identifying their personal brand and even greater on developing it over time for how they wish to be perceived to the outside …

Angular 8 – It’s all about Ivy

Angular 8 – It’s all about Ivy It’s June 2019 and here we are again talking about the latest update to Angular. Version 8, which was released in late May, has advanced past beta and is now fully released. Although a major version update, version 8 doesn’t contain too many changes from 7. The most …

Regression Testing, Automated vs Manual

Regression Testing, Automated vs Manual   There are many misconceptions surrounding the interactions between the development, manual testing and automated testing groups including where automation resources fit into the development cycle and the timing surrounding completion of the deliverables they provide. Frequently the automation team is put into the same slots and their deliverables are …
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