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Category: Content
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Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Always plan ahead…and performance test

    By Paul Moorhead, Non Exec Director, JAR Technologies In the last few days before Christmas, one of the companies I work with received a vendor assessment questionnaire – and a very good one it was too. Not full of wacky questions about how you dispose of your old toner cartridges and whether you are certified... The post Always plan ahead…and performance test appeared first on JAR Technologies.

  • Get prepared to test for success in 2017

    2016 has been an eventful year in many ways. Some predictions came true such as the growth in number of online shoppers throughout the Black Friday madness, other events have been less predictable with Trump’s success in the US Presidential Election and the outcome of the Brexit vote in the UK. One thing that each... The post Get prepared to test for success in 2017 appeared first on JAR Technolog...

  • Using automation to improve quality in application testing

    Growth in automation is without doubt presenting opportunities to save time and money. The efficiency it brings when carrying out repetitive and predictable tasks is enabling businesses to adapt and keep up with the ever increasing demands of their customers. However when talking about time and cost we can’t forget about quality. When automation is introduced into software... The post Using automa...

  • The digital age, agile working and a changing approach to testing

    Technology is becoming the key driver for change in the world today. Whether it is in business, finance or healthcare the impact is changing the way we behave, interact and operate. The speed at which technology is changing is in turn increasing the speed at which businesses are making decisions and innovating. In order to compete,... The post The digital age, agile working and a changing approach...

  • Testing for success – the 7 principles of software testing

    We thought we would revisit the 7 principles of software testing as a reminder to keep them at the forefront when testing for success! 1. Testing shows presence of bugs – design tests to find bugs, not tests that pass! When you hear the term software testing it creates visions of a bug free system... The post Testing for success – the 7 principles of software testing appeared first on JAR Technolo...

  • Top Tips for Real Browser Load Testing

    Peak traffic demands online can vary due to a number of elements such as industry, time of the year, time of the day, significant activity dates, promotions, launches, deadlines and the list goes on! These real browser load testing tips will help you prepare to ensure your application is ready to make your business, project... The post Top Tips for Real Browser Load Testing appeared first on JAR T...

  • Black Friday – An online success or failure?

      Black Friday – An online success or failure? As the ‘Black Friday Week’ comes to an end and we continue into the holiday season, how did the online retailers fare with their peak demands? Well it seems there was still some Black Friday victims this year. Despite the failures and lessons learnt after 2015... The post Black Friday – An online success or failure? appeared first on JAR Technologies.

  • Black Friday- One day to go – It’s not too late to test your website!

      There may only be one day to go until Black Friday but there is still time for some last minute performance testing on your website! Haven’t tested at all? You don’t have to wait and see how your website will perform once real consumers land on Black Friday. There is still time to check your... The post Black Friday- One day to go – It’s not too late to test your website! appeared first on JAR T...

  • Open source code – the good, the bad and the ‘could get ugly’

      There is no doubt that the presence of open source code is good. It’s use is vast and it now forms the basis on which many applications are being developed, delivered and deployed. The good For the new generation of developers open source as a start point is the norm and the corporate world... The post Open source code – the good, the bad and the ‘could get ugly’ appeared first on JAR Technologi...

  • Experiential retail – Why application performance is vital for success

      The recent launch of a popup virtual shop by supermarket giant Jumbo in the Netherlands was a great PR generating opportunity. It got people talking and using their app to do their shopping. But, it also made us think about the role that the UX of an application can play in the success or... The post Experiential retail – Why application performance is vital for success appeared first on JAR Tec...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 4 months ago

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  • Black Friday – Can your Application handle your biggest day?

    Black Friday is on the horizon. The 25th of November will mark the start of the 2016 holiday shopping season and not surprisingly online will be the channel of choice for the 2016 consumer. Mintel research showed that ‘three quarters (74 percent) of consumers plan to do at least half of their shopping online this... The post Black Friday – Can your Application handle your biggest day? appeared fir...

JAR

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Applications – The Fundamental enabler to Business Survival

    In his last customer conference keynote speech as CEO, John Chambers, now Executive Chairman at Cisco, predicted that more than one-third of businesses at that time (2015) would not survive the next 10 years. Why? His answer was ‘The only ones that will survive will turn their companies into digital, techie versions of themselves, and... The post Applications – The Fundamental enabler to Business ...

JAR

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • OK, so it works in practice, but will it work in theory?

    By Paul Moorhead, Non Exec Director, JAR Technologies Many of you will be familiar with the old joke about a physicist saying to an engineer “OK, so It works in practice, but will it work in theory?” and if you’re a physicist, you’ll know that it’s not actually a stupid thing to say. In the... The post OK, so it works in practice, but will it work in theory? appeared first on JAR Technologies.

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