Posted on 11. Jul, 2014 by Chris Livesey.
In these blogs, we have identified the pressure points within the market and the trends that will define the future direction of the software supply chain. We have supported our views with independent research. So, having identified these pressure points, how can Borland Software help relieve them? This blog is all about describing the specific […]
Posted on 09. Jul, 2014 by Frank Borland.
For a company built on bras, M&S seems to have ‘underwired’ their website… Woah. Soccerball. I now totally get it. Having given up trying to watch the World Cup on ITVPlayer I caught the Belgium vs USA game on the BBC. ‘Cause when you want a service you can trust, you head for the mothership, […]
Posted on 07. Jul, 2014 by Chris Livesey.
Last week, I took a look at how CIOs see the world. Let’s take the Borland Software perspective and examine how the process is defined, where ideas turn into assets – and where they might become liabilities. The initial value creation stages identify and refine your value-creating concepts and ideas. It’s where the need for […]
Posted on 02. Jul, 2014 by Chris Livesey.
Last week I took a look at the problems associated with the three main trend areas, and the specific problems they carry with them. And problems are the theme of this blog, too… No organisation is immune to issues, problems and challenges on their software projects. The 2013 Standish Group CHAOS Report and our own […]
Posted on 24. Jun, 2014 by Frank Borland.
As you can probably tell, your boy Frank isn’t big on popular sports. I’m a busy guy. Standing up for developers eats up Frank’s vertical hours and when I try and catch up my shows, well, I’ve had some trouble. Game of Thrones, True Detective – both of them featured more downtime than a Detroit […]
Posted on 23. Jun, 2014 by Chris Livesey.
After last year’s TESTA event, I used a series of blogs to encapsulate the Borland view of the market, assess customer challenges and identify key industry trends. This fresh series of blogs will explain how greater precision and validation will – or should – enable companies to create and deliver better products and services. It […]
Posted on 09. Jun, 2014 by Frank Borland.
Back when I was a fresh-faced young developer, (that’s right, kids – even Frank was young once), ‘mobile testing’ meant seeing if your trailer home was waterproof. Since then, mobile technology has gone through the roof – much like the rain in Frank’s old trailer. While the hardware is now smoother than my rattlesnake shoes and […]
Posted on 09. Jun, 2014 by Nick Young.
Gambling, hedgehogs and IBM….day 2 @NSTC14 After morning coffee (and more nice pastries ) the first keynote of the day – a highlight for me for a number of reasons – was from Ghulam Khan – Head of QA and Localisation at SEGA. I grew up playing SEGA games and have always loved Sonic the […]
Posted on 04. Jun, 2014 by Nick Young.
As Borland Software were the headline sponsor for this key event, I was lucky enough to be offered a place at the conference. I was at the British Museum in time to meet a few of my colleagues before the event started. Just as importantly I also arrived in time for a coffee and a pastry […]
Posted on 22. May, 2014 by John Wyer.
In our previous blog, we were looking forward to pitching up at the British Museum in London, perhaps the UK’s premier portal into the past, for the National Software Testing Conference. With this year’s event similarly confined to history, it’s time to review the event and see what we have learned. Plenty, as it turns […]