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A Plan to Fail?

20/08/2015 14:31:29 – by Chris Livesey

Emergency Planning is an increasingly important and sophisticated subject area in our world. As global media awareness and our scientific understanding of disasters improves how we learn to cope with increasingly effective levels of response. Whether they are man-made or natural, the response has often been post factum but now increasingly with an eye on how to cope better in the future.

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Windows: The power of 10

28/07/2015 14:30:02 – by Stefan Untereichner

Windows 10, the new operating system from Microsoft is nearly here. It represents both an opportunity and a challenge for organizations. Borland Product Manager Stefan Untereichner takes a look at the realities for our customers...

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DevPartner 11.3 launches to support Visual Studio 2015 and Windows 10

20/07/2015 12:53:12 – by Mark Levis

After several months of sprinting along with Microsoft's agile cadence for Visual Studio 2015, today DevPartner offers to the market DevPartner Studio 11.3. Devpartner Studio packs a set of tools together for code troubleshooting for the professional developer. The 11.3 release tackles the latest Microsoft development platform Visual Studio 2015 and Operating System Windows 10, while keeping true to its BoundsChecker roots set in native development.

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Is it me, or is the web getting slower?

17/07/2015 15:17:29 – by Gregor Rechberger

Every second counts when it comes to the load speed of a webpage . Longer webpage loading times can cost businesses serious amounts of money. A one second increase in website response time equals 11% fewer page views, a 16% decrease in customer satisfaction and a 7% loss in conversions.

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Holy Error Message, Robin!

06/07/2015 10:14:27 – by Frank Borland

Frank’s been away. What has he been up to? Hey - that’s Frank’s business. What hasn’t he been doing? Playing the new Batman game on his PC. Why? Because it doesn’t frickin’ work...

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Software Testing – Automation or manual testing, that is the question.

29/05/2015 09:21:00 – by Tom Fisher

Automation isn’t an automatic choice. In this blog Senior Product Marketing Manager Tom Fisher wonders why...

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This is the end, hold your breath and count to ten….

01/05/2015 10:09:00 – by Mark Plant

Hang on though. The sky hasn’t fallen, the lights are still on, the world is still turning. Did googlemageddon really just happen? I assure you it did, although for me all Google algorithm changes are now reminiscent of the Y2K bug that was going to spark off WW3 and bring satellites out of orbit. So what exactly was it apart from a good excuse for the world’s press to sell us all another story of apocalyptic woe?

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