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All Cool Kids

Software Blogs All Cool Kids Are Reading This Year

Ever wondered what everyone else in the industry is reading? Well… We have 14 software blogs and authors we particularly admire. A good half of…

by Elena
Start Us Connect

Start Us Connect: Lviv 1.0

After a sequence of events in Budapest and Ljubljana, all startup enthusiasts, founders, investors, mentors and everyone in-between had a chance to get together for…

by Solomiya

5 Software Testing Trends To Follow In 2019

Agile environment and DevOps practices are being highly used and adopted among software testers as their quality level is increasing due to high market demand,…

by Stanislav Kostiuk
Flyway Database Migration

Flyway: DB Migration In Continuous Integration Process

When talking about source code migration, everything is simple. Our team uses Git, Maven, and Jenkins to deliver the code on the production server. But…

by Ivan Shulak
Outsourced Software Testing Services strategy

Defining the Right Testing Strategy

It all starts with the strategy The Software Development Cycle for any project needs to be viewed holistically, as a whole, encompassing every step from…

by Stanislav Kostiuk
Choosing An Outsourcing Partner

Checklist For Choosing An Outsourcing Partner That Fits You

What do you need, exactly? You need to prepare a precise and focused information on the project in question for further discussion and sign-off through…

by Serhiy Kozlov
Collision Las Vegas 2015

6 Ukrainian Startups Exhibiting At Collision Web Summit 2015 In Las Vegas

Driven by local talent, startup scene in Ukraine is rising every year to a number of successful startups which already market their product globally like…

by Valentyna
Job Burnout

Job Burnout: How To Spot It And Take Action

In this article I’d like to focus on software development ninjas and, perhaps, debunk the ancient stereotype about them. Most people perceive IT guys as…

by romexsoft
Optimal Is Not The Best

Optimal Is Not The Best

As an example I will discuss a real life use case when we need to select some amount of latest news (let’s say 25 news)…

by Ivan Shulak
Tips For Preparation For ISTQB

Tips For Preparation For ISTQB (Foundational Level)

There are 3 levels: foundation, advanced and expert. At the end you can be an expert in Test Management, Improving the test process, Test Automation,…

by Stanislav Kostiuk