What's the point of taking training classes?

Oct 19, 2017 10:16:00 AM / by Sheri Clemiss posted in Training, Certification

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AgileTrailblazers Health Care Proof of Concept using Google Glass

Sep 21, 2017 9:00:00 AM / by Kjell Hegstad posted in HEALTHCARE, GOOGLE GLASS, FUTREOFMEDICINE

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Wearables as a technology category is emerging as one of the leading technologies within health care. Whether it is Mixed Reality (MR) via the holo-lens, Virtual Reality (VR) from Samsung Gear or Oculus, or Augmented Reality (AR) from Apple, the industry consensus is that these technologies are here to stay.

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ATB Announces an ARKit Proof of Concept.

Sep 14, 2017 8:19:02 AM / by Kjell Hegstad

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Apple just announced their iPhone 8 series and the next-gen iPhone X. What was the buzz all about? A lot of the press and media is about the ARKit and how Apple is positioning the iPhone to be the World's largest AR platform. We at ATB want to be in front of this technology so we built a POC around the ARKit shown below in the video. Where does a POC fit in within an enterprise? Our Digital Transformation overview image below - is depicting where in the process a POC may be helpful for you - as you consider whether a POC is right for you. Specifically, an AR POC can apply to any segment, not just gaming; Education, Training, Social Media, E commerce, Sports and Health-Care.
 
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Getting Started with the Elastic Stack

Jul 27, 2017 8:27:00 AM / by Paul Friedman posted in DevOPs, Development, Architecture

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Applications running in production, test, and development environments produce massive files filled with endless lines of text in the form of log files. Mining the data available in these files manually is a daunting, nearly impossible, effort. This is where log management tools come into play. The two most popular are Splunk and the Elastic Stack. Both solutions are excellent options, with each having their own pros and cons; this article makes no claims as to which tool is best for your organization, as there are simply too many variables to be taken into consideration to make a blanket statement of one being better than the other.

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Make Your Tests Saucey - Running Selenium Tests Against Multiple Platforms and Browsers

Jul 24, 2017 7:51:00 AM / by Ashley Hope posted in Agile Testing, Ruby, BDD, TDD, Testing, Selenium, ATDD, SauceLabs

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Cucumber, Selenium and Gherkin have become popular tools for helping teams implement test automation or what is often referred to as Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) or Behavior Driven Development (BDD). By running your tests locally, you can ensure your application runs as expected on your OS/Browser setup, but to truly know that the app works on other configurations, you need a way to emulate numerous environments. SauceLabs is a web service that you can sign up to which will give the ability to test on many OS/Browser setups, including numerous mobile options.

In this article, we will cover:

  1. Why Use SauceLabs?
  2. Connecting Your Tests to SauceLabs
  3. Parameterize your Rake File to Pass in Platform and Browser
  4. Using a Secure Tunnel to Access Your Internal Application

In this article series we use Ruby as the implementation language (and we recommend Ruby when there is no other existing preference). However, these examples will translate easily to other languages like Java. 

If you are not familiar with Selenium, Cucumber and Gherkin take a look at our related introductory blog "The 5 Step Guide for Selenium, Cucumber, and Gherkin" and "Rake Up and Optimize Your Tests"

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Rake Up and Optimize Your Automated Tests

Jul 21, 2017 8:48:00 AM / by Ashley Hope posted in Agile Testing, Cucumber, Automated Testing, BDD, Selenium, ATDD, Rake

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Cucumber, Selenium and Gherkin have become popular tools for helping teams implement test automation or what is often referred to as Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) or Behavior Driven Development (BDD). As you grow your test suite and as it becomes larger and more complex, you may find your test project becomes bloated and messy. This article will lay out steps you can take to optimize your test organization and ways to provide unmeasured flexibility in running different tests on different browsers.

In this article, we will cover:

  1. 'Tagging' Tests for better organization
  2. 'Hook' up your tests with @Before and @After hooks
  3. 'Support' your test organization with the Support folder
  4. 'Rake' up your cucumber statements with a Rakefile

In this article series we use Ruby as the implementation language (and we recommend Ruby when there is no other existing preference). However, these examples will translate easily to other languages like Java.

If you are not familiar with Selenium, Cucumber and Gherkin take a look at our related introductory blog  "The 5 Step Guide for Selenium, Cucumber, and Gherkin" and "Getting the Most out of Cucumber, Gherkin, and Selenium"
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How-To Dockerize a Web Application

Jul 18, 2017 8:31:00 AM / by Sasi Kumar

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Quick Start To Generate Tones In Javascript

Jul 13, 2017 8:46:00 AM / by Ifti Khan

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5 Step Application Deployment in AWS using Apache Mesos and Marathon

Jul 10, 2017 8:21:12 AM / by Ifti Khan

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See How Agile Can Improve Everyday Operations

Jun 23, 2017 12:41:00 PM / by Eric Taylor posted in ops

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Ever since taking hold in 2001, Agile has done nothing but grow in popularity. This osmosis of the Agile methodology is due to the positive effect is has had on helping organizations of all scope and size become more flexible, react quicker, and improve the quality of their product or service.

By applying Agile to your business, the decisions you make and actions you take will all be focused on maximizing business value delivery. The areas where Agile can have the biggest impact are:

  • Software Delivery
  • Prioritization of Business Needs
  • Building Compliant Products
  • Organizing Product Releases
  • Organizing and Incentivizing Teams
  • Funding New Initiatives

 

Here are several more specific examples of how using Agile can improve your processes.

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