User Research Methods

11 User Research Methods You Should Know

Research plays a vital role in creating user-centric products. In this article, we’ll explore some of the most popular user research methods used across industries worldwide.  If there is one trait that separates great products from the rest, it’s their ability to solve real-world problems. And a business can only do that if it truly…

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Selenium 4

What Is New in Selenium 4?

Before we dive into what’s new in Selenium 4, let’s do a quick refresh of the basics. Many people think of Selenium as simply the WebDriver. But it is an open-source suite that comprises a host of tools such as Selenium IDE, Grid, WebDriver and RC. Selenium IDE Selenium IDE is a Record and Playback…

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Avoid Flaky Tests

How to Avoid Flaky Tests?

Google’s QA team defines a flaky test as a test that exhibits both a passing and a failing result with the same code. They are not only frustrating but can also be quite expensive since they increase the turnover time. So, let’s look at some common situations where a test could be flaky and provide…

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Jira projects

Company-Managed vs Team-Managed Projects in Jira

This article will introduce you to team-managed and company-managed projects in Jira and help you pick the right option for your team.  In 2018, Atlassian launched Next-Gen projects for Jira Cloud to provide project administrators the ability to fully manage their projects, without requiring Jira administrators to add new statuses to the workflow or new…

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asynchronous communication

8 Tips to Master Asynchronous Communication

Think about all the good things about remote work — flexibility, opportunities, less commute, more family time… Now think about the problems it can cause —  zoom fatigue, stress, the always-on culture… What if you had a magic wand that would let you keep all the good stuff without all the chaff.  That wand is…

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Codeless Testing

Codeless Testing – A Complete Overview

Looking for quick automation solutions with minimal coding and faster time to market? Manual testers can also perform automation development with little coding knowledge. This article gives you a complete overview of codeless testing — from its evolution and tools to myths and approaches. Evolution of Automation Testing Initially, manual testing involved writing test cases…

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Why Do Most Startups Struggle to Scale?

Why Do Most Startups Struggle to Scale?

It’s one thing to validate your idea in the market. It’s a completely different skill to scale it. Many startups struggle to carry the momentum of the initial growth spurt. See why.

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Revisiting Our Digital Transformation Predictions for 2021

Welcome to quarter three, 2021. The first half of the year whizzed past us all. While the pandemic still dominates the headlines, the post-Covid world has started to take shape.  Towards the end of 2020, we made five predictions on digital transformation trends for 2021. These predictions spanned various areas of business:  from marketing, engineering,…

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Transformational Leadership

Transformational Leadership – 4 Real-World Examples

There are two ways to talk about transformational leadership.  We can dive deep into the academic theory created by Bruce Avolio and Bernard Bass in 1991 and understand how it fits into the broader Full Range Leadership Model.  Or, we can look at some real-world examples of organizations displaying transformational leadership and let their stories…

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react native graphql autocomplete

How to Set Up React Native Autocomplete with a GraphQL Cache

This short tutorial will show you how to use GraphQL cache for scenarios where you need a fast response and good performance. But first, what is a cache? A cache is an interface that can help us store Request/Response object pairs. It preserves resources by saving or storing data from requests usually in memory, and…

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