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Change Management: what Spartan means to us

14/04/2015 14:14:47 – by Steve Moore

In the first of two blogs, we asked our Product Development team and a Senior Product Marketing Manager to give us their perspectives on the challenges that many of our customers will be facing with the announcement that Internet Explorer is being sundowned.

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Silk Test: Keyword-driven testing

25/03/2015 17:18:17 – by John Lyttle


Keyword driven testing is a methodology used to separate the test design, test development and test execution stages into manageable components. It contrasts the traditional automated testing approach of implementing coded test scripts as standalone test executions, or as part of a larger automated framework, by extrapolating an additional layer. This enables individual tests to be compartmentalized and referenced by an associated keyword.

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Borland Survey results: The State of Testing Today

06/03/2015 14:23:18 – by Steve Moore

Recent visitors to Borland.com were invited to contribute to an online survey. From our perspective, we were keen to get a snapshot of our audience’s development challenges, right through the cycle. We wanted to build a profile of how our community currently works and understand the challenges they face so that we can build or fine-tune the tools they need to overcome them.

For our visitors, this was an opportunity to (a) contribute to that understanding and (b) potentially win a free Pebble Watch.

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The hidden cost of inadequate performance testing

23/02/2015 11:25:34 – by Tom Fisher

If you know nothing else about application performance testing, then know this. It is imperative that you discover that it will not perform as expected in the real world, rather than your customers.

Because for all the impressive features you may have built in to your new product, repairing your brand is going to be beyond it. Reputational damage isn’t a bug to be ironed out.

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The path to success IT Lessons learned outdoors and their place in the enterprise

29/01/2015 10:47:34 – by Ed Benton

Hiking and other outdoor activities are very popular among those who work in IT. Perhaps due to the break from screen fatigue, or the relaxation brought by a low-tech environment - IT professionals are getting out in the wild more than ever before. What lessons can be learned from time spent outdoors and how do they apply in the world of work?

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Borland Silk Mobile and the art of functional testing

28/01/2015 11:57:11 – by John Lyttle

The rise of the mobile device

The rise of the mobile device has been stratospheric in the last decade. Cisco Systems predicts global mobile data traffic will increase 13-fold by 2017, with more than 10 billion mobile-connected devices in comparison to a projected population of 7.3 billion people. Given statistics like this, it is of little wonder that the smart phone and tablet are now firmly embedded in all aspects of modern living.

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2014 & Frank’s Favorite IT Fails of the Year

13/01/2015 12:07:03 – by Frank Borland

Frank Borland takes a look back at 2014 and pulls together 10 of his favourite IT fails. Who makes the shortlist? Find out here....

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