Probably when transferring valuable data to the online environment, people are more concerned about their safety. According to IT Governance, in January 2020, the total number of leaked records reached 1.5 billion.
Within a digitally competitive environment, IT systems and applications need to be as advanced, updated, and secure as possible. There is little room available for any delays. The main topic of discussion within the industry is the concern for organisations to balance quality and speed.
RON ISAACSON, FIELD CTO, US EAST
Software is eating the world. Startups become unicorns overnight. Tech giants move into any industry. Autonomous cars make diesel irrelevant. Alternative sources of energy. Smart everything. Data abundance. We are in the middle of a technology revolution. One new concept, however, is corporations starting to imitate best practices of startups and tech giants. Corporate innovation is no longer done by an R&D unit that is separated from the main business.
In 2013, a sophisticated Trojan known as “Shylock” was unleashed on millions of unsuspecting online banking customers. Its modus operandi was to stealthily install itself onto a computer and await banking transactions, upon which it drained the funds out of its victim’s accounts. Not only was this Trojan highly intelligent, but it also had strong self-preservation instincts.
Back to Basics: So, what exactly is a Platform?
Following on from the Technology Transformation Network’s first international event in Berlin hosted by Eberhart Wolff about ‘Many Roads Lead to Microservices’, the TTN would like to introduce the Berlin International Software Development Conference.
The GoToConference is from December 2nd-4th 2015 and is hosted by well-known international speakers and is a great opportunity to learn, network & track the latest innovation occurring in Software Development’.
Imagine a robot that can play and execute player actions the way people do. It can also find bugs, report them, change input data and check different variations at any time with fast feedback. Sounds like an ideal tester, but isn’t that what manual testers do?