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How can you keep up with technological advancements by adopting standards across your company?

The world continues to see remarkable innovation in technology, such as Advanced Driver Assisted Systems (ADAS), next generation flight systems and smarter medical devices. With these advancements, development teams are being challenged on how they innovate, keep up with their competition, and improve their engineering processes.

3 + 3 steps to accelerate compliance readiness for product development decision makers

When:  Tuesday, April 20, 2021 from 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM (ET) The increasing complexity of products and the accompanying regulatory oversight is driving the need to integrate compliance requirements into your core development processes. Join IBM and guest Jeffrey Hammond from Forrester Research, in our webinar, as they share 3+3 steps to accelerate compliance […]

Insights on today’s most pressing development challenges featuring Forrester

Join IBM and Forrester Principal Analyst in a conversation about the most pressing development challenges and listen to insights from interviews with product and development decision-makers across 150 companies.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in software and system testing

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This article was written by Bartosz (Bart) Chrabski of SmarterProcess – with some minor contributions from yours truly. You may remember an old western movie titled The Good, the Bad and the Ugly starring Clint Eastwood. Testing can sometimes feel the same way. In today’s dynamic product development arena requirements keep changing and evolving. There […]

New video series! Intro to creating a Java app using IBM Bluemix and DevOps Services

Previously, I brought you a video series on how to rapidly build a Node.js app using IBM Bluemix and DevOps Services. If you’re more of a Java person who loves using Eclipse, I think you’ll really enjoy my new video series! In this series, I answer questions like, “What happens if I turn on automatic […]

A nice new shiny award … won’t mom be proud?

I was terrible at sports as a kid, but everyone on the team got a trophy. Come to think of it, I may still have a few of those in the attic. When I was in high school, trophies were a little harder to come by, but I did manage to win my fair share in my […]