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Job Roles For QUALITY ASSURANCE – Engineer,Testing,Standards,Private Organizations,Skills
Job Roles For QUALITY ASSURANCE: Know more about job roles and responsibility in QUALITY CHECK and PRODUCT STANDARDS.Coming to QUALITY ASSURANCE opportunities for freshers in India,Visit http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube for detailed information,Job Opportunities,Education details and Career growth of QUALITY ASSURANCE. Depending upon the nature of the industry quality assurance job responsibilities differs in many ways. The main tasks and competencies are the same where they need to check if the product meets the required standards. A quality assurance manager or engineer is one who is responsible to check if the product or service requires meeting the mentioned standards of quality, reliability and performance. Careers in Quality assurance are well prominent and have a promising future. The quality assurance policies and procedures are drafted by these engineers, quality standards are implemented by them, and they take initiatives where they plan, monitor, and conduct inspection of materials. They achieve documentation and investigation of complaints when raised. The inspection systems are to be reviewed and implemented which checks quality. In the same manner these professionals gather and compile quality statistics data. The educational qualification for quality assurance profession is bachelor’s degree. Along with the bachelor’s degree certificate such as quality auditor, six sigma, quality engineer, quality improvement associate and lot more can be beneficial. Experience in testing, quality, auditing, and inspection can be an added advantage. Excellent skills on computer programs such as Microsoft databases and Microsoft office can be added advantages. The main qualities required for a quality assurance professional is that they should be keen to details. They should possess good verbal as well as written communication skills, excellent knowledge in planning and organizing, judgment and decision making should be a skill within them, they should be capable of collecting data, analyzing and managing them. Moreover they should be a good team worker and have flair for customer service orientation. The salary for quality assurance professionals vary for each industry and basically quality assurance professionals gain Rs 20000 per month, which would then elevate to more after years along with promotion. There are many private organizations which recruit professionals for quality assurance postings. • Net cracker technology solutions • HP India private Ltd • Novartis health care • Anrnaa solutions • Cadila Pharmaceuticals • Seiren India Pvt Ltd • Accenture • Kitex garments • SMVJ group • Channel Fusion • Invesco • CA technologies • Radius • JP Morgan chase &Co • Akamai technologies And plenty more national and multinational companies recruit quality assurance professionals for their process. They offer attractive package and also enhance the career growth of professionals so that they reach greater heights in short period of time. The Indian government is also keen about quality in the crowd of competition and hence looking forward for quality assurance professionals in their field. The government organizations are also recruiting quality assurance professionals under various sectors. Few of them are • Tata memorial hospital • union public service commission • department of justice • department of army • department of defense • department of air force all these organizations offer attractive salary and excellent career growth. Job seekers can get to this field for ones who desire to get to higher positions in career. The job role is interesting and offers an unique experience. Numbers of opportunities are also available abroad apart from these offers. Quality assurance professionals are always in demand and the career path is evergreen. For more jobs & career information and daily job alerts, subscribe to our channel and support us. You can also install our Mobile app for govt jobs for getting regular notifications on your mobile. Freshersworld.com is the No.1 job portal for freshers jobs in India. Check Out website for more Jobs & Careers. http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube - - ***Disclaimer: This is just a career guidance video for fresher candidates. The name, logo and properties mentioned in the video are proprietary property of the respective companies. The career and job information mentioned are an indicative generalised information. In no way Freshersworld.com, indulges into direct or indirect recruitment process of the respective companies.
Distributed Organizations: Lessons to Improve Product Practices Everywhere
Remote teams bring advantages - talent, cost, geographic coverage - but challenges as well. Most of us have worked with and sometimes been remote employees - it can be challenging to be our best selves remotely. But new tech and practices have emerged to even the remote experience gap. Learn how you can work better in any team from these distributed team thought leaders ∙ John Allison - Founder at Customer.io ∙ Nikita Dyer Miller - Product Lead, Trello at Atlassian ∙ Giri Iyengar - Sr Director, Head of Computer Vision at eBay ∙ Helen Millson - Director of PM at 1stdibs Moderator- Linda Escobar - Head of UX Testing & Product Ops at Alpha This panel was recorded at the NY Product Conference at the Times Center in 2018.
Quality Assurance and Product Testing Without Government
I go over how market QA works. I also produce a comic at http://volcomic.com
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Building High Performing Product Management Organizations
Thanks everyone who attended this webcast. Special thanks to Launch Podcast, Launch Workplaces and the 280 Group for their support. We hope you enjoyed it. Here is a brief description and links where you can access the summary, slides and video. Topic: “Building High Performing Product Management Organizations” Announcement: http://bit.ly/bldpmiwa0421 LinkedIn Pulse: http://bit.ly/lipst0219 Slideshare: http://bit.ly/bldpmi0421 Summary: http://bit.ly/bldpmis0421 Feel free to download the summary. If you like this content, feel free to like it and share it with others. Description Why are some Product Management Organizations more successful than others creating great products? In an increasingly competitive market, a steady flow of successful new products is vital for companies that want to survive. Doing this in a consistent manner is a daunting challenge for product-driven organizations. As a result, most companies struggle to create new products that build business value. We will discuss common challenges plaguing Product Management Organizations and share insights to help you overcome them. Contact Hector if you are looking for an engaging speaker and topic for your next group meeting. Connect with Hector and let him know how he can help you shape your product leaders into a high performing product team. Connect: linkd.in/hdelcastillo Follow: @hmdelcastillo Visit: www.hmdelcastillo.com
How do focus groups work? - Hector Lanz
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-focus-groups-work-hector-lanz Focus groups have been widely used by organizations and individuals to find out how their products and ideas will be received by an audience. From the usage of household products to a politician’s popularity, almost everything can be explored with this technique. But how are focus groups put together? And how did they come about in the first place? Hector Lanz explains how focus groups work. Lesson by Hector Lanz, animation by Compote Collective.
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Testing and DevOps: Organizations and Their Culture Must Change | Adam Auerbach | STARWEST
The DevOps movement is here. Now, companies with mature systems are breaking down siloed IT departments and federating them into product development teams and departments. Testing and its practices are at the heart of these changes. https://starwest.techwell.com/ Traditionally, development organizations have been filled with mostly manual testers and a limited number of automation and performance engineers. Adam Auerbach says this has to change. To keep pace with development in the new “you build it, you own it” environment, testing teams and individuals must develop new technical skills and even embrace coding to stay relevant and add more value to the business. Based on his experiences at Capital One, Adam explores what the DevOps movement is all about, its core values, and proven patterns for how testing must evolve. In organizations implementing DevOps, testers and test teams—with the right skills and mindset—can help lead the transformation and not be left behind. You and your team can be the agents that help your organization and its culture change to reap the benefits of the DevOps revolution.
Views: 605 TechWell Happenings
Jeff Dyer, coauthor of The Innovator's Method, on testing new ideas inside organizations.
Jeff Dyer, coauthor of The Innovator's Method, on testing new ideas inside organizations. Buy it now at http://s.hbr.org/1p3Pscj
Do Beard Growth Oils & Pills Work? | Eric Bandholz
SHOP Beard, Hair & Body Products Here --- http://bdbd.us/2deMTHi http://www.instagram.com/beardbrand http://www.twitter.com/beardbrand You see the ads and the before-and-after photos claiming that pills and oils can make your beard thicker and fuller. But are they real? Unfortunately, no. Claiming that it can grow hairs where there are none requires a lot of scientific testing and FDA approval, and these companies certainly haven't jumped through these hoops - they're just snake oils. Companies like these are simply preying on insecurities, so educate yourself and don't let organizations like these suck you in.
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Difference between quality assurance and quality control - Quality Assurance vs Quality Control
Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) are collaborated in all organizations but they are different from each other the difference is that quality assurance activities are proactive and intended to prevent the production of defected products. Quality control activities are reactive as it intended to detect and block defected products using inspection and testing mechanisms. Our video discuss the key differences between Quality Assurance and Quality Control. Hope this video is useful for you and enrich your knowledge. For more information and knowledge about quality field you can watch our Quality Series playlist through below link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R7CrUARHAs&list=PLMupX_PRgZWHyqOsHzMqr8OWqOryr8MGx You can subscribe our channel through below link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk7Ee9FwPaJ8y75VH5d-zyw Our website:- https://kaizenstep.wordpress.com/ #Kaizen_Step #Stay_Tuned #Quality_Series
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Automate across Platform, OS, Technologies with TaaS
"TaaS" is an open-source product that allows you do achieve the "correct" way of doing integration testing across a variety of products via Test Automation. Typically in organizations, there are multiple projects / products. Many organizations like to have a common Test Automation solution across these products in an effort to standardize the framework. However, this is not a good idea! Each product should be tested using the tools and technologies that are "right" for it. Yet - these different products talk with each other and you need to test the integration between them in an automated way. Speakers: Anand Bagmar, ThoughtWorks
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How to Run an Unmoderated Remote Usability Test (URUT)
http://uxmastery.com/how-to-run-an-unmoderated-remote-usability-test-urut/ Usability testing is a flexible technique that allows for the assessment of a variety of aspects of an interface. It is a proven technique for evaluating products, and in some organisations is used as a pre-launch requirement. But traditional in-person usability testing has some drawbacks. Chris Gray explains how unmoderated remote usability testing (URUT) can be used to overcome these downsides.
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Preview of Testing with Multiple Teams in Big Agile Organizations | Pablo Garcia Munos | STARCANADA
Pablo describes the ways he has successfully procured systems from external agile vendors, how the use of assessments such as TPI and metrics such as DDP can help close the gaps in agile practices, and how those in QA and testing can be effective agents of change to help refine agile practices within their organizations. https://starcanada.techwell.com/program/concurrent-sessions/scale-your-qa-test-testing-multiple-teams-large-agile-organizations-starcanada-2017
What is Agile?
This short cartoon answers the question "What Is Agile?" and will give you the background to understand the Agile principles and values and how they can help you and your team work together more efficiently. If you'd like a free book on this topic, please see below... https://mailchi.mp/326ba47ba2e8/agile-list I've published a book called "Starting Agile" that is designed to help you start your team's Agile journey outright. You can buy a copy from Amazon, but I'm giving free copies away to my subscribers from YouTube. You can signup for a copy at the link above. If you'd like to connect with me on LinkedIn you can find me at the link below. Just send me a message saying hello and that you found me from one of my videos: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markshead
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5 Ways Quality Control Inspectors Use QC Checklists
Wondering how you can clearly specify product requirements in a QC checklist? Click the link below to download a free copy of the comprehensive eBook "5 Essentials Of A QC Checklist" and start making strides toward better product quality. Download the free eBook: http://hubs.ly/H07L3880 Follow along with the content by taking a look at its transcript below: The most important document QC staff use to inspect a product is the quality control, or QC, checklist. QC checklists serve as a guide for your inspector during inspection, providing details related to product requirements, on-site testing, packaging and more. As an importer, if you omit any important details from the checklist, the results could be inaccurate and you may need to re-inspect. Let’s look at the five main ways that inspectors use QC checklists in the field. 1. Pulling a random sample QC checklists often specify how many units inspectors should randomly pull in a sample for inspection. Using the correct sample size ensures the results fairly represent the quality and status of the total shipment. If inspectors pull too many units, this increases the time needed for inspection and will raise your costs if your inspectors bill you based on time. If inspectors pull too few units, this limits the scope of inspection and increases the likelihood that defects and other issues may be overlooked. 2. Checking the product against specifications Inspectors typically use your checklist to verify a number of specific characteristics related to the product. Some examples are product weight & dimensions, material & construction, item color, item marking & labeling and general appearance. Any product requirements you’ve omitted from your checklist likely won’t be checked during inspection. 3. Verifying packaging requirements Inspectors often use the QC checklist as a guide for checking product packaging. Characteristics such as the appropriate type of cardboard, packing & assortment method and packaging labeling are all important checks during most inspections. It may seem excessive to include these details in a checklist. But incorrect packaging can lead to your product being damaged during transit or refused at customs. 4. Classifying and reporting quality defects QC professionals typically classify defects as “critical”, “major” or “minor” in order of severity. For example, you might consider untrimmed threads in a garment to be a minor defect, while a needle left in a garment would be critical. Inspectors often refer to the QC checklist for guidance on how to classify and report any defects found during inspection. Your tolerance for more serious defects will probably be lower than that for less serious defects. So you may receive inaccurate results if your inspectors incorrectly group the defects they find. 5. Performing on-site product tests Many products require on-site testing during inspection to determine whether they meet safety, performance and function requirements. Inspectors follow the QC checklist to determine which tests to conduct, the procedures & equipment needed and your pass or fail tolerances for each test. And inspectors following an incomplete checklist are likely to perform testing incorrectly or misinterpret the result. In closing, inspectors largely rely on a checklist for the relevant instructions for checking your product. And if effective, a QC checklist can help lower your costs by preventing unnecessary repeat inspections and catching any quality defects before your shipment leaves the factory. Be sure to download our free eBook, 5 Essentials of a QC Checklist, by clicking the link in the description. Thanks for watching.
Get20 Product Demo - Groups / Organizations
Get20 is an on-demand advice platform that connects individuals with experts, investors, and founders for one-on-one calls. Join our community at http://get20.com
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Lean Product Ownership for Fat Organizations (Presented by Joanna Snead)
Topic: The Agile/Lean community is on fire for Lean Start Up techniques, but most of us (especially here in DC) work in larger, more bureaucratic organizations. This session focused on experiences from the front lines in how to improve the product ownership process to compete with the market demands Silicon Valley has created. Bio: Joanna Snead, CSP, PMP, is a consultant with Excella Consulting. Specializing in Product Management, Joanna helps her clients design and manage products to help achieve business results and grow market share. Her clients have been both B2B and B2C organizations that have successfully delivered products to market, improved customer satisfaction, and increased market share. Joanna is a Double Hoo at the University of Virginia, with an expected graduation in July, 2013 with an MS in the Management of IT.
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How can crowdsourced testing profit organizations @ TestOrigen
Crowdsourced software testing in a generally channelizes the coherence and gives the edge of crowdsourcing which is identified with software testing. In today's world, the associations are currently changing equipment from a since quite a while ago settled lab-based testing all-inclusive strategy to a very much crowdsourced testing model that encompasses the testing into this present reality. The crowdsourced QA testing can work in a couple of ways. Testers may use their own gadgets and conditions to test the product, or they may get to virtual machines or device emulators by methods for the crowdsourced app testing platform. In a couple of models, the crowdsourced testing organizations may manage the testers, while in various circumstances the testers may associate specifically with the customer to get directions and give input. TestOrigen likewise gives excellent services in QA testing services, alongside crowdsourced mobile testing, intending to convey the tasks to the customers on time and under their financial plan. So Connect with us by clicking given below links: http://testorigen.com/crowdsourced-testing-benefiting-the-mobile-apps/ http://testorigen.com/about-us/ http://testorigen.com/services/ http://testorigen.com/contact-us-for-testing-services/ And Don’t forget to Like, Comment, Share as well as Subscribing our Channel
Machine Q&A 15 | Glutamine, Tony Huge for SARM Advice, Natural Bodybuilding Organizations
Marc Lobliner addresses: 1) Peak Physicor mechanism of action 2) My current bodyweight, body composition and daily calories 3) Thoughts on Greg Plitt 4) Top 5 influential bodybuilders and trainers 5) Next event at Tigerfitness HQ 6) Barracuda on non-training days 7) Is glutamine worth taking 8) Losing muscle when dieting at a high bodyfat 9) Thoughts on ALCAR 10) Insurgent for people under 18 11) How to hire me as a coach 12) Sesamin and CLA 13) How do you know when you're recovered? 14) What natural bodybuilding organizations should I compete in? 15) Tony Huge from Enhanced Athlete for SARM advice 16) Where is John Otis Hollywood 17) Smoking and working out Support Marc and Shop at http://www.tigerfitness.com Subscribe to this channel now! http://youtube.com/tigerfitness Related Videos: What is Tabata | Marc Lobliner Example Tabata Workout Energy Systems Development (ESD): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXwZWzES6Y8&t=28s Hire Marc Lobliner as Your Diet and Training Coach: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0bbcLYvlVM Peak Physicor | Non-Hormonal Performance and Physique Enhancement: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=PkiLhu9YWjk Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tigerfitness and http://www.facebook.com/tigerfitnessonline Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarcLobliner and https://twitter.com/tigerfitnesscom Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marclobliner/ and https://www.instagram.com/tigerfitness/ I am Marc Lobliner, CEO of MTS Nutrition. MTS Nutrition is more than just a supplement line to me. It's my story. It has a meaning and a purpose. Each MTS Nutrition product embodies my passion for health and fitness, and echoes the struggles of my past and the lives that my products help to change on a daily basis. Business Inquiries: Email [email protected]
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How to Setup Sequential Monadic Logic in SurveyPocket
Learn from SurveyPocket Product Manager Greg Brender how to set up sequential monadic logic for product testing in Survey Analytics. This logic also works in our mobile field research app, SurveyPocket. Sequential monadic research is designed to test products or ideas. Many businesses and organizations use this form of research to optimize products and service offerings. Sequential monadic testing is "real world" testing because it simulates the way we truly use products or think of ideas, one at a time. Respondents are exposed to different concepts at different times. Following this model, respondents are asked to evaluate multiple or all concepts one after the other in a rotated pattern. When performing this type of research (or testing), your respondents must align to all start at a different point. This way, all products or ideas have the opportunity to come up first and can be tested. This form of testing minimizes order bias in your research. The custom logic capabilities to program sequential monadic research have been available for quite some time in the Survey Analytics platform for online surveys. In addition to sequential monadic testing in traditional online surveys, you can now conduct these tests face to face with an iPad or tablet using SurveyPocket. All data collected from devices in the field running the test(s) will be available for reporting and analysis.
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E4C Webinars l Prototyping on a Budget
The raw cost of developing and bringing a product to market is often expensive. Hardware-based projects especially might be making thousands of products in order to keep manufacturing costs low. Prototyping is an essential step in ensuring that you avoid making very expensive mistakes by testing as many concepts, parameters, and assumptions as the project budget allows before committing to piloting and manufacturing. Failing quickly and often during the prototyping stage will produce valuable lessons. Lean organizations often struggle with prototyping on a budget, but there are many options to prototype affordably and effectively to get products to market quickly. In this webinar we will: -Introduce methods for developing your product or service through prototyping -Provide an overview of a high-quality prototyping approach suitable for budget constraint -Share examples of how organizations have leveraged these techniques This webinar is delivered in collaboration with the ASME Innovation Showcase (ISHOW) – a hardware-led social innovation competition open to individuals and organizations taking physical products to market that will have a social impact. ISHOW webinars focus on issues related to hardware-based solutions and provide practical insights from the ISHOW expert network. ISHOW Partner Presenter: Ryan Vinyard is the Engineering Lead at Highway1, a hardware-focused startup accelerator located in San Francisco under parent company PCH. He is also the co-author of The Hardware Startup. He came to PCH through its consulting arm Lime Lab, where he developed consumer products for Fortune 500 brands. Previously, Ryan worked at startups in the cleantech and electric vehicle space where he developed novel powertrain, motor control, and thermal systems. Ryan holds a B.S. in product design from Stanford University.
ANSI Accreditation for Product Certification Bodies - Testimonials
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) provides accreditation in accordance with ISO/IEC Guide 65 for product certification programs to ensure that the marketplace can gain confidence for their activities. In this video, representatives from several accredited organizations share their experience. https://www.ansi.org/Accreditation/product-certification/Default The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is the official U.S. representative to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and, via the U.S. National Committee, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), and is a U.S. representative to the International Accreditation Forum (IAF). The Institute oversees the creation, promulgation and use of thousands of norms and guidelines that directly impact businesses in nearly every sector: from acoustical devices to construction equipment, from dairy and livestock production to energy distribution, and many more. ANSI is also actively engaged in accreditation - assessing the competence of organizations determining conformance to standards. ANSI accreditation is nationally and internationally recognized as a mark of quality and assures that employers can have confidence that the certificate holder has completed the prescribed course of study. There are client testimonials from Gary Minks, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs for TV Said America, which is headquartered in Munich, Germany. The company has electrical safety programs, SQF programs (safe quality food), ACO program, and their Energy Star program. The company uses data from their own labs, or other EK approved labs to issue certifications for compliance with energy star requirements. Minks supports ANSI and says, “Any accreditation provides confidence in both the competent and impartiality of the certification body. We chose ANSI for a couple of reasons. One is they are signed to international accreditation from multilateral agreement, and that’s something we want to provide to our customers- that international acceptance. Another thing with ANSI is they provide a wide variety of accreditations. So we can reduce our cost by having audits that cover a multitude of programs at once so it’s more efficient for us.” Another testimonial is from Bob O’ Gorman, President of Automotive Lift Institute. In 1998, the ANSI-designated safety standards, sponsored by the Automotive Lift Institute, began to need 3rd party validation by an OSHA accredited nationally recognized testing laboratory (NRTL). It was natural for this organization to take the next step to seek ANSI accreditation. “In terms of rigor and thoroughness, the ANSI accreditation process is second to none. Earning and then maintaining ANSI accreditation, is ALI’s strongest quality and integrity statement that we can make to the industry.” says O’ Gorman. “In 2008, ALI acted to protect the lift industry, as well as the DUYI’s, from false claims of compliance certification. Accreditation by ANSI as both a credit standards developer, and a product certification organization were key elements in the organization’s success in the court room that led to a standing federal court order against a particular manufacturer making unsubstantiated claims.” Gary Minks concludes that “One thing we enjoy about ANSI is the partnership approach they have to things. At the end of the day, we are all looking for the same thing, which is certifications that can be trusted, and that’s for all the stakeholders. Whether that’s our clients, our customers, regulators, or other scheme-owners. For a 3rd party program to work, there needs to be confidence.” Connect with ANSI online: Visit the ANSI WEBSITE: https://www.ansi.org/default Visit the ANSI WEBSTORE: http://webstore.ansi.org/ Like ANSI on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ansidotorg/ Follow ANSI on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ansidotorg Follow ANSI on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ansidotorg/ +1 ANSI on GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/103554078283468148972
Behind the Scenes with Test Prep Organizations
Meet representatives from Kaplan, Manhattan Prep, the Princeton Review, and Veritas Prep. Each of the three companies will highlight their philosophies on GMAT preparation, and their approach to one particular section of the exam (IR, Verbal or Quant). They will also be answering questions live.
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Leverage Ponemon's Application Security Risk Management Study to Jump-Start Your AppSec Program
This informative and whimsical video spotlights key findings from an IBM-sponsored Ponemon Institute study that analyzed organizations' real-world application security risk management practices. In particular, the study focused on: -Executive management and budgetary support for application security initiatives. -Adoption rates for dynamic application security testing (DAST), static application security testing (SAST) and interactive application security testing (IAST) technology. -Application Security Testing frequency and vulnerability remediation For additional information, read and share our blog : http://ibm.co/1RpmVvP Or download the complete Ponemon study: http://ibm.co/2aPzQgi
Views: 1910 IBM Security
Cerna Podcast Live Ep 3 - Solving Common Problems for Automated Testing in ServiceNow
Learn more about CapIO - https://www.cernasolutions.com/products/capio-foundation/ Join the experts at Cerna Solutions as we discuss all things ServiceNow in this live video podcast. In this episode, we review a few of the most common obstacles in a successful automated testing practice, and how to overcome them using best practices as well as Cerna’s CapIO solution. In this episode, we discuss: - Why automated testing is difficult for some organizations to get started - How to select the right automated testing approach for your business - How does CapIO address common blocking issues for ServiceNow users - A look at CapIO’s latest features and most useful in action Special Guests: Sal Costa - Principal Architect Sabrina Ethridge - Platform Architect Angel Suon - Product Operations Company Website: www.cernasolutions.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cerna-solutions-llc/ Phone: 844-804-6111 email: [email protected]
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Stop Being Lazy and Test Your Software
with Laura Frank, Software Engineer, Codeship Testing software is necessary, no matter the size or status of your company. Introducing Docker to your development workflow can help you write and run your testing frameworks more efficiently, so that you can always deliver your best product to your customers and there are no excuses for not writing tests anymore. You’ll walk away from this talk with practical advice for using Docker to run your test frameworks more efficiently, as well as some solid knowledge of software testing principles. -- Docker is an open platform for developers and system administrators to build, ship and run distributed applications. With Docker, IT organizations shrink application delivery from months to minutes, frictionlessly move workloads between data centers and the cloud and can achieve up to 20X greater efficiency in their use of computing resources. Inspired by an active community and by transparent, open source innovation, Docker containers have been downloaded more than 700 million times and Docker is used by millions of developers across thousands of the world’s most innovative organizations, including eBay, Baidu, the BBC, Goldman Sachs, Groupon, ING, Yelp, and Spotify. Docker’s rapid adoption has catalyzed an active ecosystem, resulting in more than 180,000 “Dockerized” applications, over 40 Docker-related startups and integration partnerships with AWS, Cloud Foundry, Google, IBM, Microsoft, OpenStack, Rackspace, Red Hat and VMware.
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DjangoCon US 2015 - Performance Testing for Modern Apps by Dustin Whittle
Performance Testing for Modern Apps The performance of your application affects your business more than you might think. Top engineering organizations think of performance not as a nice-to-have, but as a crucial feature of their product. Unfortunately, most engineering teams do not regularly test the performance and scalability of their infrastructure. Dustin Whittle shares the latest techniques and tools for performance testing modern web and mobile applications. Join this session and learn how to capacity plan and evaluate performance and the scalability of the server-side through Siege, Bees with Machine Guns, and Locust.io. We will dive into modern performance testing on the client-side and how to leverage navigation/resource timing apis and tools like Google PageSpeed and SiteSpeed.io to understand the real world performance of your users. We will cover how HTTP2 and modern browsers change the game for performance optimization with new best practices. Take back an understanding of how to automate performance and load testing and evaluate the impact it has on performance and your business.
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Agile Development: Product  Delivery for Successful Organizations - November 2010
With increasingly shorter time-to-market demands, business has mandated from software development and product development teams there are escalating requisites for frameworks, methods, and techniques that will increase productivity levels in software/product development and provide the flexibility for changes throughout the development life cycle. Over the past decade and a half, the software industry has seen the emergence of a methodology known as Agile software development. Agile software development is commonly known as a group of 'light-weight' methodologies based on iterative and incremental development, that use self-organizing and cross-functional teams who allow the requirements and solutions to evolve during their respective collaborative efforts. A group of practitioners utilizing 'light-weight' methods unified the Agile software development core principles into the Agile Manifesto. In this interactive presentation, we will compare Agile development with other software development methodologies. We will understand the strategy required for wide adaptation of Agile in the enterprise and see the impact Agile teams have on Operations and infrastructure productivity. We look at the various types of Agile development methodologies. How to realize the full potential of Agile software development will be considered. We'll examine Agile principles and review IT best practices, and then discuss how being 'Agile' can undermine Agile goals. In addition, we'll learn how to identify top priority engineering impediments and discuss what teams can do to prevent undermining Agile goals. Reviewing methods of rapidly applying continuous integration in an enterprise software environment will be reviewed. We'll also look at Agile from outside the core development team and discuss the other members that help make Agile delivery successful as well as the technical and people skills required for successful implementation of Agile. We'll explore the criteria that helps determine whether to use Agile or utilize a predictive software development model instead. The presentation will also cover tools and resources to help manage the Agile software development process.
Views: 911 OCCSieee
Development Testing: Complementing Agile & Waterfall Methodologies
Learn how Purnam Sheth, VP of Engineering at Pelican Imaging, has implemented development testing at organizations where both Agile and Waterfall methodologies are practiced, to ensure critical defects are found, prioritized and fixed with each iteration, allowing his teams to effectively and efficiently meet release and delivery schedules on-time, with fewer defects.
Views: 379 Coverity, Inc.
Webinar with Steve Blank: Business Model Design For Mission Driven Organizations
Strategyzer co-founder Alex Osterwalder and Steve Blank chat about the Mission Model Canvas, a tool for organizations that value impact over revenue. For more info on the Mission Model Canvas, visit our blog here: http://blog.strategyzer.com/posts/2016/2/24/the-mission-model-canvas-an-adapted-business-model-canvas-for-mission-driven-organizations
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Chapter 5 - What accreditation services does SCC offer?
Chapter 5 of the "Accreditation: Where standards, conformity and quality meet" orientation module. Transcript Chapter 5: What accreditation services does SCC offer? SCC’s Accreditation Services branch delivers accreditation services to Canadian customers working in Canada and abroad, and two international customers doing business in Canada. SCC accreditation recognizes the competence of laboratories and certification bodies. The following kinds of organizations are accredited by SCC under SCC's ISO-based programs: - Testing and calibration laboratories - Management systems certification bodies - Personnel certification bodies - Product, process and service certification bodies - Greenhouse gas validators/verifiers, and - Inspection bodies SCC also offers two Non-ISO-based accreditation programs: - OECD Good laboratory practice facilities, and - Standards development organizations What types of testing laboratories does SCC accredit? SCC accredits: - Food testing - Drinking water testing - Environmental sample testing - Mineral testing, and - Materials testing laboratories What types of management systems does SCC accredit? SCC accredits - Quality - Environmental - Energy - Food safety, and - Occupational health and safety management systems What types of product certification does SCC accredit? SCC accredits: - Electrical - Fire protection - Safety equipment - Energy-efficient, and - Mobile home component product certification What types of inspections does SCC accredit? SCC accredits: - Electrical systems - Medical gas piping systems, and - Commercial gas-fired appliance inspections Why get accredited by SCC? SCC is well-respected in Canada and around the world. As a signatory to the International Accreditation Forum and the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation, SCC can assess according to ISO standards and is subject to regular evaluation itself. SCC’s customers can feel confident in the credibility of products, systems and services that SCC accredits in Canada and abroad. SCC consistently delivers high-quality and rigorous accreditation services. For more information about SCC's Accreditation Services, and for listings of SCC-accredited organizations, please visit https://www.scc.ca.
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CLEAN YOUR ROOM!  | DRAWERS EDITION - 7 New DIY Organizations + Tips & Hacks
DIY TIME!! It´s spring and it´s once again time to clean your room, but this time we will tackle the REAL PROBLEM; THE DRAWERS! Join me while I show you these 7 new ways DIY to organize your drawers, oh and of course I´ll show you a few amazing tips and hacks along the way... Wihoo, Let´s get organized! GET THIS VIDEO TO 30 000 THUMBS UP! In this video, I will show you guys first off how I organize my Makeup and Crafts drawers! In the first drawer, I use both custom-made dividers, as well as a DIY organizer with a watermelon background, whaaat!? In the next drawer, where I store more of my makeup and nail polishes, I used clear containers, custom-made dividers and I made the whole drawer marble inspired. Overall this drawer seriously looks like a thousand bucks, it´s pretty classy ;) Finally for the last drawer in which I store DIY stuff I created clear glass dividers, which are super expensive looking to organize! To organize my clothes however I had to turn to some stronger materials. I´ll show you how to DIY your own clothing organizer with only 4 craft supplies, and I´ll show you how you can make a super-sturdy divider for your clothes using only duck tape, a glue gun, and mini canvases!? And last but not least I included some other ways to organize your drawers for those of you who aren't that into DIY´s :) Enjoy! WHERE I BUY CRAFTS:http://www.pandurohobby.com/ Panduro Hobby has shops in Norway, Sweeden & Demark, and ship from their site to primarily Europe. PANDURO YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/user/PanduroHobbyWebtube FOLLOW ME ON SPOTIFY RIGHT NOW: https://play.spotify.com/user/1131208505 QUESTIONS EVERYONE ASKS: How tall r u? I´m 5.7 and a half! (171,5cm) How old r u? I´m 17! I was born October 18th, 2000! My vlog channel: MYLIFEBYME INSTAGRAM: MacerlyOfficial MUSIC BY: Song: Disclosure - Latch (Ehrling Remix) & Simon More - Sunset Palm Trees (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/VUZmwZ6aPVE & https://youtu.be/Vi1aylkbhgA & Track: Lemon Fight - Stronger (feat. Jessica Reynoso) [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/gDwVGS75sUA Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/LFstrongerYO DISCLAIMER: This video is a collaboration with Panduro Hobby, therefore it will contain product placement of their products and their brand as stated in the intro. However, I would never collaborate with a brand that I didn´t have complete faith and trust in. I would never lie about my thoughts on any product or brand, neither would I choose to collaborate with brands that I haven´t heard good recommendations and reviews of.
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Innovation 101 Ep 8: Organisation Structure  -  Not For Profit
Additional resources in links below: 'Innovation 101' is a web series designed to help you develop your idea and take it to market. The series covers topics such as market validation, building your team, prototyping, testing, funding options, legal considerations, iteration and launching your product. The series features many young experienced start-up founders, mainly all students or alumni of UNSW, as well as legal and funding experts, from both UNSW and the wider community. Episode 8 looks at different organisation structures for not-for-profit start ups in Australia. Innovation Extras: UNSW Entrepreneur Legal Centre https://youtu.be/vTdkynDzcRM Featuring: Miranda Einstein - Senior Legal Counsel of UNSW Innovations: http://www.innovations.unsw.edu.au/ Additional Resources: Choosing Business Models: http://www.asbc.gov.au/my-business/entering/business-model https://www.business.gov.au/info/plan-and-start/templates-and-tools https://probonoaustralia.com.au/news/2015/02/steps-for-building-a-sustainable-nfp-business-model/ http://asic.gov.au/for-business/starting-a-company/how-to-start-a-company/registering-not-for-profit-or-charitable-organisations/ http://www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au/ftw/Cooperatives_and_associations/Incorporating_an_association.page http://www.acnc.gov.au/ For more factual videos like this subscribe. http://www.youtube.com/user/unsw?sub_confirmation=1 We're the official channel of UNSW Sydney, a brilliantly located university between the coast and the city.
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Holacracy® - A Meta-Game for Agile Organizations
Brian Robertson discusses how to bring agile to the organizational level. http://holacracy.org. Agile software methods were some of the early influences in the development of Holacracy as we explored how do we take these principles that transform the way we build software, and apply them in how we do everything in the organization -- how we structure, manage, govern the organization itself. Another way of looking at it, one of the great ironies of agile development, agile software development methods, is that the methods themselves are not agile. What I mean by that is that when you take a method like scrum and you apply it to a team, you get a great agile software development team, but how do you change the rules of the game itself, right? You know, scrum gives you some core roles; you have a scrum master, you have a product manager, product owner, you have all these core roles and core ways of working, which is great, and they give you an agility, but what about when one of those core ways of working needs to shift for your local environment, right? The irony is there's no way built in to change the very definition of the method itself, so the method is not agile. Ironically, and to some extent that serves, because you don't want people that don't know what they're doing messing with that, trying to improve it and screwing up the agility that the method is really designed to instill, and yet of course it needs to adapt to its local environment. And that's also what makes it difficult to apply it beyond a software team, because the methods, the agile methods, are so catered to software development teams, as they should be. So where Holacracy comes in, I think, is giving you, it gives you a way to govern and adapt the rules of the game itself, the rules of the game for how do we organize. And it's not just about changing the core rules of scrum, but extending them. What if your team is in a specific case, for example, I once ran a team doing some video game development, and we were using scrum and extreme programming, and it was great, but we had artists to integrate with, so obviously we needed to adapt or extend some of the way we did scrum to include this different discipline, and how do we integrate it? And of course, there's no way to do that with the agile methods, let alone how do we manage sales and marketing, and the rest of our company. So what Holacracy does is bring you that layer, and kind of the meta-layer, for how we change the rules of the game of how we run our team itself, and it applies to any team, whether you are doing agile software development, or whether you are doing sales and marketing, or anything else. So it's a meta-layer that kind of overlays whatever other processes you're actually doing the work with, for how do you evolve constantly and adapt to anything coming up -- ideas from within, changes to the environment externally. It's a meta-game for agile organization.
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Testing within Government (TWiG) showcase 2016
Advance Queensland’s TWiG Program allows Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to improve the positioning of their products by working collaboratively with a Queensland Government agency on a number of business problems. Successful applicants receive funding to test and refine their product while addressing a business problem. At the end of the 12-week program, the applicants have an opportunity to showcase their products and their TWiG Program experience to a wide group of government representatives. Being selected as part of the TWiG program offers the opportunity to develop knowledge, skills and experience, improving the potential to access broader commercial opportunities in Queensland, Australia and internationally. The first showcase event was held on 7 December 2016 for the SMEs, together with the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation business problem experts, to showcase their solutions, lessons learned and experience gained during the program to a wide group of government and industry representatives. The four successful solutions showcased here are: http://axalon.io/ - a modern self-service solution to publish and access environmental data. https://www.vuid.com/ - a more efficient way to manage access to ICT systems across large organisations. http://macrogis.com.au/ and https://flowbiz.com.au/ - an innovative crowdsourcing solution for collecting mobile coverage information. https://liquid-state.com/ - a cloud-based solution to improve the effectiveness of writing and editing documents across large, complex organisations.
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Views: 37212 Andreas Dimitras
AWS re:Invent 2017: How Capital One Applies AWS Organizations Best Practices to Mana (SID321)
In this session, we review best practices for managing multiple AWS accounts using AWS Organizations. We cover how to think about the master account and your account strategy, as well as how to roll out changes. You learn how Capital One applies these best practices to manage its AWS accounts, which number over 160, and PCI workloads.
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4. How do you integrate the feedback from disabled users?
Feedback is a good thing! Mobile technology changes rapidly, so staying in contact with users on how they are using our products and how accessibility needs are changing is essential to maintaining a relevant product portfolio. To understand users' needs, we collaborate with disability advocacy groups, standards agencies and research organizations in the form of dedicated focus groups and product testing and demonstrations. Also, there are many blogs and discussion boards online where individual users can contribute. It helps to receive both positive and negative feedback from users with accessibility needs. All of this feedback is circulated to our designers as resources to draw on.
Product Security in Agile Organizations - Security User Stories Suck, here's why
A year or two ago a teammate made me aware of a thing called “Security User Stories”. I’ve never felt that these Security User Stories are quite right. I now have the strong opinion that this implementation is very flawed and not Agile at all.
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Modern Software Testing: Thinking Beyond Quality Center [Webinar]
HP Quality Center was the tool of choice for organizations to manage their software testing process for decades, however, it is quickly falling out of favor with today’s savvier testers. Many major development trends have simply been overlooked such as support for the cloud, modern browser support, real time integration to the most popular development tools like JIRA, and dedicated support for common open source automation tools like selenium, appium, and others. What’s more, HP has recently announced decreased focus on the current HP QC and HP ALM products (ALM.NET) in favor of a new offering, called HP Octane. Customers are now at a crossroads - should they continue to build up process and information around a soon-to-be orphaned product? Should they instead invest time and effort in a new platform from the same team within HP, with a public track record of favoring their own commercial offerings and long term perpetual licensing when the market has shifted to open source and SaaS solutions? Or should they explore a replacement? Don't miss this opportunity to learn: Learn how HP Quality Center is detrimental to many core objectives of organizations today like Agile development, reducing IT costs, collaboration, and automation Learn why many companies feel it is impossible to move away from HP Quality Center Understand why making the shift from HP Quality Center is more than just choosing a tool, it is choosing a solution that includes services, support, and future offerings Learn the common myths most companies have for migrating off of Quality Center and onto a new tool
Views: 454 QASymphony
Product Security in Agile Organizations - Gemba || The Real Place
How do you figure out what to work on and how your Security solutions should work? Practice Gemba, or Go See, with your development teams.
Views: 18 Koen Hendrix
Full Face Using $1 Makeup | Shelby Triglia
These products are a part of PawPaw Charity Program where the products include a $0.55 donation on top of the product price. These proceeds will go towards partnered charity organizations that we carefully select and all donations will help towards animal rescue and adoption! See links down below :) - http://bit.ly/2yuA1Hl - http://bit.ly/2xXw8O4 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shopmissa website - http://bit.ly/2b46ZCs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOLLOW ME♡ Instagram: http://bit.ly/2japb5C Twitter: http://bit.ly/2jamssQ Snapchat: Shellbeeee_11 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - BUSINESS INQUIRES♡ [email protected]
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How to Stop Being Realistic and Shoot for the Moon | Jesse Itzler on Impact Theory
Jesse Itzler is a self-proclaimed adrenaline-junkie taking on and pulling off unlikely challenges such as founding a private jet company, with no experience, after being told he couldn’t and running 100 miles in 24 hours. His fearlessness and boundless curiosity have not only made him a successful entrepreneur but a man likely to die with no regrets. The best-selling author of Living With A SEAL talks about maximizing life’s potential on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu. SHOW NOTES: Jesse touches on his fearless drive to try new challenges. [2:53] Jesse talks about creating opportunities even when lacking experience and hearing “no”. [9:23] Jesse details his networking process and creating real bonds over time. [12:17] Jesse shares his experience and lessons from living with monks for 15 days. [20:11] Jesse and Tom discuss finding your “why” and the value of time as you get older. [36:08] Jesse reveals the Impact he wants to have on the world. [41:58] QUOTES: “Once you get over the fear of being embarrassed, no one likes to be embarrassed but once you get over being scared of being embarrassed, it's super liberating.” [10:32] “Your relationship with time is such a key component of your life because when you get caught in the routine, times goes so quickly and before you know it, you're 60 or 70, your relevant years are done.” [18:10] “I think if you're an entrepreneur, you have to understand the passion is around the process as well as the product and what you're doing. People often neglect the process but you can't shortcut it and if that's what you signed up for, you have to respect it.“ [41:00] FOLLOW JESSE ITZLER: TWITTER - https://bit.ly/2Gd7ZTm FACEBOOK - http://bit.ly/2x0NwSI INSTAGRAM - https://bit.ly/2KW9sRA WEBSITE - https://bit.ly/2I6eeNM PEOPLE MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: David Goggins - https://bit.ly/2IdiH2a [2:12] Sarah Blakely - https://bit.ly/2jZ65NP [25:04] BOOKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Living With A SEAL - https://amzn.to/2L2j1ym [2:08] Living With The Monks https://amzn.to/2Ik8xbW [2:13] COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Marquis Jet - https://bit.ly/2IgtpoI [1:20] ZICO - https://bit.ly/1pAn1I2 [1:41] TED - https://bit.ly/Qm6msi [7:23]
Views: 444695 Tom Bilyeu
Cincinnati Sub-Zero - Industrial Division
Cincinnati Sub-Zero Industrial Division is committed to helping our customers make their products to be more safe and reliable. Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ) environmental chambers can aid reliability testing by subjecting products to environmental extremes like temperature, humidity, altitude, vibration, and more. CSZ has been assisting manufacturing organizations with their environmental test chamber needs for over 75 years. cszindustrial.com
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Strategyzer Webinar - Mastering Value Propositions
Strategyzer co-founder Alex Osterwalder leads you through an exclusive session on the Value Proposition Canvas and our new online course on Value Proposition Design. To learn more about the course, click here: https://strategyzer.com/training/courses
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GTAC 2011: Closing Keynote - Secrets of World Class Software Organizations
6th Annual Google Test Automation Conference 2011 (GTAC 2011) "Cloudy With A Chance Of Tests" Computer History Museum Mountain View, CA USA October 26-27, 2011 Presented by Steve McConnell. ABSTRACT Construx consultants work with literally hundreds of software organizations each year. Among these organizations, a few stand out as being truly world class. They are exceptional in their ability to meet their software development goals and exceptional in the contribution they make to their companies' overall business success. Do world class software organizations operate differently than average organizations? In Construx's experience, the answer is a resounding "YES." In this talk, award-winning author Steve McConnell reveals the technical, management, business, and cultural secrets that make a software organization world class. Steve McConnell is CEO and Chief Software Engineer at Construx Software where he consults to a broad range of industries, teaches seminars, and oversees Construx's software engineering practices. Readers of Software Development magazine named him one of the three most influential people in the software industry along with Bill Gates and Linus Torvalds. Steve is the author of Software Estimation: Demystifying the Black Art (2006), Code Complete (1993, 2004), Rapid Development (1996), Software Project Survival Guide (1998), and Professional Software Development(2004), as well as numerous technical articles. His books have won numerous awards for "Best Book of the Year" from Software Development magazine, Game Developer magazine, Amazon.com's editors, and other sources. Steve serves as Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of IEEE Software magazine, is on the Panel of Experts of the SWEBOK project, and is past Chair of the IEEE Computer Society's Professional Practices Committee. He can be reached at [email protected]
Views: 18622 GoogleTechTalks
Why Organizations Use Freelancers
This episode of The Future In 5 is about why organizations use freelancers. As on-demand labor starts to increase, organizations of all shapes and sizes ─ especially large organizations ─ are going to have to think differently about the way they service, compete and innovate when thinking about the future of work. So what are organizations doing and why are they tapping into the freelancer economy? In this episode I take a closer look at this and explore a couple of reasons why. First, the freelancer economy allows testing. Second, for the ability to create ad hoc teams. Third, because of lower cost. And fourth, to tap into a global talent pool. Listen in for the full discussion, and as usual, leave your comments below! ----------------------- ABOUT THE FUTURE IN FIVE The Future in Five is a regular video series where best-selling author, speaker, and futurist Jacob Morgan shares his ideas, insights, and commentary around the future of work in five minutes or less! Jacob Morgan is a keynote speaker, best-selling author (his most recent book is “The Future of Work”), and futurist. He explores how the world of work is changing and what employees, managers, and organizations need to do to adapt. You can also subscribe to Jacob’s newsletter to get weekly content on the future of work To work with Jacob or have him speak at your event visit TheFutureOrganization.com Link: http://www.thefutureorganization.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jacobm The Future of Work: Attract New Talent, Build Better Leaders and Create a Competitive Organization: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1118877241/?tag=wwwwileycom-20 The Future Organization Newsletter: http://www.thefutureorganization.com/newsletter/
Views: 1585 Jacob Morgan
Lean UX for Startups and Enterprise: Ten Secrets to Success
FROM THE 2013 MoDevUX Conference www.modevux.com We have consulted with startups and large enterprises seeking to produce the right product (e.g., mobile app, web application) faster. We will reveal the remarkable similarities between startups and large organizations seeking to be as nimble as startups. In a majority of cases the challenges were the same: - they were not sure how to speed development - they had difficulty balancing user and business needs - they typically had strong development teams with established methodologies that had blended agile and waterfall methodologies - they typically had little user experience expertise or input in the existing designs - designs / development builds were underway but the results of the designs were unsatisfying to users We have done LeanUX design projects with a number of clients continuously testing and honed our process by testing various techniques: - rapid iterative design and improvement (design thinking) - brain storming sessions (design thinking) - design studios (traditional art school critiquing process) - rapid prototyping, usability testing and revision We also want to share the pitfalls as you start to get involved in lean startup including having: - The "genius designer" mentality within the UX team - The "stay in the building until the product is ready" mentality - Different internal groups (design, development) that work against each other - Executives that swoop down and influence (aka hijack) the process - Too little contact between the designers and other team members - Too many chefs leading to poor focus - The anti-cheerleader who always says "No!" Through a series of case studies we will describe the processes and flow that worked best for both large enterprises small startups: - Conducting a strategy workshop to align the team on business and user needs - Rapidly developing personas and scenarios as a team with all stakeholders - Conducting a design studio with all stakeholders to agree on the design directions to explore - Rapidly iterated prototype and guerilla testing - Creating non-technical, but partially functional prototypes through available tools (e.g., Axure, Proto IO, iRise) Nearly every group we worked asked: - Does this work for a company like mine (Startup, Enterprise, Healthcare, Government, etc.)? - What was the composition of the most successful LeanUX teams? Number of team members? Types of expertise? - How did the process differ between Startups and Large Enterprises? Come to our talk and find out our secrets for Lean UX success! John Whalen (Founder and UX Lead at Brilliant Experience) John Whalen leads Brilliant Experience -- a consultancy using LeanUX, Agile and Design Thinking methodologies to provide UX insights, strategy and ideation to create brilliant experiences for startups and Fortune 500 clients. John specializes in understanding the audience perspective and finding the ideal balance between user experience, business needs and technological possibility. He has experience (and great stories to tell from) working with clients in the financial, healthcare, ecommerce and government verticals. He is studying the how mobile devices are changing our everyday behaviors. John holds a PhD in Cognitive Science from Johns Hopkins University and is the VP of UXPA-DC.
Views: 47161 Modev
How To Recondition Electric Forklift Batteries SAVE $6,000.00 by Walt Barrett
Visit http://www.batterychem.biz for free training how to rejuvenate, tune up and protect your batteries. Extend the life of lead-acid batteries for cars, buses, trucks, motorcycles, golf carts, forklifts, vans, boats, military vehicles, generators – any equipment with a battery. Recondition your own batteries, or help your customers save money. Contact Walt Barrett to become an exclusive dealer: [email protected] 401-725-8141 Battery Chem™ helps remove sulfation build up in batteries. Battery plates and separators stay clean and in good working condition with no EDTA (EthyleneDiammineTetraAcetate). Consumers, corporations and organizations save millions of dollars in battery replacement cost, and also time in battery disposal .efforts. Battery Chem™ protects the environment, because fewer batteries end up to a landfill. Users worldwide recondition batteries with our product. Video Transcript: How to recondition a very old forklift battery: First, we do tests with a voltmeter, on the overall voltage of the battery. This is a 36-volt battery, so it should read at least 36 volts. The battery has just come off the battery charger, and is reading 38 volts. The extra two volts is a surface charge and it will bleed off very quickly. Now we check the condition of each cell. First we remove all of the battery caps. The 36 volts at 2 volts per cell means that 18 caps must be removed. Hoses are on here because it includes a self-watering system. Note that when we removed the battery filler caps we did not have to detach the watering hoses. This saved us a great deal of labor, which can vary from battery to battery. Next, we check the condition of each cell individually. We test cells with a DC voltmeter and a pair of metal probes. Cell testing is the most important step. After removing all the caps, we start to test the cells. We use a hydrometer to check specific gravity of the cells. The technician reads the cells using a voltmeter and two metal probes. He inserts the metal probes from one open cell to the next open cell. The voltage on the meter is about 2 volts. The meter should read 2 volts to 2.5 volts, or the cell is weak. You must check all 18 cells in this manner and make sure that each cell reads more than 2 volts. Every cell must be tested. Ideally, each cell should read 2 volts to 2.5 volts. That would be perfect by the book. Anything else is a gamble. You might add your chemicals but not get a good result. That's why 2 volts or more is preferable in each cell. There's no guarantee that a cell will come back if it doesn't read at least 2 volts when starting the project. Both probes must be dipped down thoroughly into the electrolyte. Always check the water level, and use distilled water in the battery. You only need about a quarter of an inch of water over the top of the battery plates. Do not overfill the battery. We are now finished checking the cells, and they are all over 2 volts. That means that this battery is a very good candidate for reconditioning. Here is a view of the meter and the probes. Next, we're going to check a few cells with the hydrometer. And as you can see, the flow is going to be in the red, which means that these cells are really in weak condition. This battery is not holding a charge. The owner of this battery said that this battery only ran 30 minutes before it went flat dead. The hydrometer is in the red. It should be up in the middle of the green. After we recondition the battery, we will retest it with the voltmeter and a hydrometer. We are now going to add one-third of a cup of Battery Chem™ to each cell. Then we put the battery back on the charger and begin the reconditioning process. This should take 24 hours. If you are not familiar with using a hydrometer, refer to our earlier training videos on how to recondition automotive batteries. You will also learn how to use a load tester. You can review in other lessons how to test each cell in the battery. Technician John adds one third of a cup of Battery Chem™ to each cell in the battery. Once the chemicals are added and the battery caps and hoses are replaced, the process of reconditioning the battery is complete. Now place it on the battery charger overnight. Interested in earning from $500 to $5,000 a week? Contact me [info above] and I'll show you how to get started in this profitable business. Thousands of electric forklifts are in the U.S.. If you spend the time, advertise, get the customers, and do the work, you can make incredible money in this business. Become an exclusive Battery Chem™ dealer with our unique product. You will not have any competition in your area because no one else has Battery Chem™. We have saved batteries for over 25 years. We are worldwide. Dealerships are available in any country.
Views: 197375 Walt Barrett

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