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Frontline Chatter interview with Sam Benihya, Automai CTO

In this podcast discussion on Frontline Chatter, a content platform for the End User Community, Jarian Gibson, Nutanix lead engineer, and Shane Keinert from Choice Solutions interview Sam Benihya from Automai. What you’ll discover Automai overview and company history What is robotic process automation (RPA)? What use cases does RPA solve? How Automai expanded to

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More On Power

One of our contributors, Pete Walen, recently put out a blog post on leadership and power.  It is a good post; if you enjoy reading long-form articles that are more conversation than bullet-points, I suspect you’ll get a kick out of it.

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Method R Meets Profiling

If you’ve been following me talk about Method-R, you might wonder how I learned it.  In my case, I learned it the “right way”, the “official way”:  My employer brought in a consultant to teach a three-day class in performance tuning.  Method-R was the method he taught.

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On Power

Every week on “The Apprentice” may be different, but we know one thing:  Donald Trump is going to walk in, ask questions, fire someone, and drive on.

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Test Competition Update

It has been two weeks since we announced the details and how to register for the NRGGlobal test competition.  Since that time, we’ve had three teams register. No, I’m not worried, here’s why: At the same time I am organizing this, I am also co-chair of the test and quality track of the Agile Conference. That

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The Next Killer App

Today I’ll cover the story of project number two, “just a little code” to integrate two systems.  But first, let’s talk about my motivations. 

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The Killer App Finale

Last week I posted The Killer App, the story of a real software project with a cliff-hanger, pick-a-path ending.  It’s time to close the loop. “The Killer App” was a project that was not just late, but hopeless; a claims processing system that could not process a single claim end-to-end.  When I suggested that we

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More On The Test Competition

Over the past two weeks I have spent a great deal of time doing research, gathering resources, and judging interest in an on-line test competition in software testing.  My conclusion is kind of like Nike.

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A Tale of Two Performance Projects

Imagine for a moment two companies have an identical problem – the website is slow.  Perhaps this is a huge problem; the company bet it’s future on a new product, that customers sign up for on the web, and performance is bad enough that people are abandoning the site and going to the competition.  In

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