BrowserStack and real iOS device: Final comparison

bs vs ios testing

Mobile application testing methods can be different. We can use real devices, simulators or tools (for example BrowserStack, Sauce Labs). The test results may differ depending on the chosen test method. Each testing method has its advantages and disadvantages. 

We compared BrowserStack real devices and real iOS devices and listed, what we think are, the advantages and disadvantages of both methods.

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Peer feedback: a company’s reality check

how to do peer feedback

Being part of any organization we all come across feedback. Feedback is a model by which we give or receive an evaluation that may be related to our performance or behavior. We are all aware of how important feedback is, but again we are embarrassed when we need to give it or receive feedback.

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RMT – Solution for effectively tracking Employee Billability and Utilization

billability and utilization tool

Why are employee utilization rates the key to profitability? No matter the focus of an organization – from a software development firm to a marketing agency or a management consultancy firm – they are primarily selling time and their team’s expertise. As such, they need a targeted model for billable resources that applies to each employee across the organization. This requires a utilization rate.

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Company pages on LinkedIn CAN comment on non-followers’ posts: Here’s how

inkedin pages can comment

Facebook may have spoiled us, page admins. With the platform update of enabling pages to like other pages and join groups, commenting as a page on Facebook became a part of a routine. On LinkedIn, the only place you can interact with other people as a Company page is the Company page itself. Or is it? We’ve found a little hack, read on to find out how you can engage other LinkedIn users as a company page outside the page itself.

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[2020 Update] How to do Earned Value Management reports

horreum evm update

A big part of earning a living as a project manager is being able to tell how well your project is doing at any given time. This means having accurate reports on every aspect of the project in order to have answers to the big questions: Is it gonna be on time? and Is it gonna be on budget? Earned value management report tells you exactly how far along is your project, and is it progressing at a satisfying rate. Here’s how to do EVM in 2020.

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DIY: Google sheets dashboard

When documenting a project a lot of data builds up over time. In our company, project managers deal with tracking and taking note of everything that’s happening in the software development life cycle every day and combine that information in different reports, to oversee the entire project even better.

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