Doug Hieber, Senior Application Architect March 7, 2017
One never knows where one will find inspiration. Take the author of this blog post, for example. While shopping online, this application architect encountered some less-than-ideal registration processes, which gave him a greater appreciation for the superb user experience of the Reg! exam candidate registration solution in the Strasz Exam Management Suite. Learn more about the features, and what makes a great registration system.
Before computer-based testing became so prevalent, exam content was created on paper and locked in secure file cabinets to prevent it from being compromised. The author of this blog post explains what steps can you take to keep your content secure in the digital age.
James DiEdwardo, Senior Software Developer February 8, 2017
Big Data refers to the collection of information that is so massive that traditional data processing applications are ill-equipped to handle it. And are WE equipped to handle impact it will soon have on our planet? The author of this blog post gives us the 411 (pun intended).vent it from being compromised. The author of this blog post explains what steps can you take to keep your content secure in the digital age.
The author of this blog post gives us a lesson in the concept of ubiquitous language, and the differences between the way programmers speak to each other versus how they communicate with their customers.
Doug Hieber, Senior Software Architect May 13, 2016
Ordering bagels for the team on Fridays isn’t just about breakfast. The author of this blog post uses this example to illustrate that bagels are also a tool for building relationships with coworkers, a metaphor for things that bring people together.
Doug Hieber, Senior Software Architect January 28, 2016
“You Ain’t Gonna Need It” and is an old extreme programming (XP) term. If you’ve never heard of it before, the author of this blog post explains what it is and how this philosophy keeps Agile developers from over-engineering.