Developer Excuses

Here is the list of top 10 excuses you are likely to hear if you work with a programmer!

10. “I haven’t touched that module in weeks!”

9. “It must be a hardware problem.”

8. “Somebody must have changed my code.”
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7. “Did you check for a virus on your system?”

6. “You must have the wrong version.”
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5. “That’s weird…”

4. “There must be something wrong with your data”
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3. “It has never done that before.”

2. “It worked yesterday.”
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… and, by far the best one:

1. “It works on my machine”
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Acunetix Issue Tracker Integration with GitHub

Issue trackers such as Atlassian JIRA, GitHub and Microsoft TFS powerful and essential tools in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) of almost any software project. They help development teams streamline collaboration and manage their work without getting lost in an endless stream of emails and PDF reports.

It is therefore a logical next-step to leverage existing issue tracker infrastructure to report security vulnerabilities directly to the people who need to action them, in the format and workflow-tools they are already using. This way, security vulnerabilities are tracked and perceived as issues which need to be fixed, just like any other high-impact issue the development Team may have on its plate.

This is precisely why Acunetix integrates with Atlassian JIRA, GitHub and Microsoft TFS’ issue trackers out-of-the-box. Different issue trackers can be set-up per-Target and Acunetix is smart enough not to open duplicate issues of vulnerabilities it has already opened.

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SIX MISTAKES DURING A JOB INTERVIEW

  1. You talk too much

 The advantages of the fact that you are open to discussions and you are decided to persuade the fact that you are the best can turn against you. There is the risk of boring the other person with so many details and you can even look like you don’t have the cap city to concentrate on one given subject. Continue reading “SIX MISTAKES DURING A JOB INTERVIEW”

Survival tips for small businesses

You may a local merchant with 150 employees; whichever, however or whatever—you’ve got to know how to keep your business alive during economic recessions. Anytime the cash flow in a business, large or small, starts to tighten up, the money management of that business has to be run as a “tight ship.”

Some of the things you can and should do include protecting yourself from expenditures made on sudden impulse. We’ve all bought merchandise or services we really didn’t need simply because we were in the mood, or perhaps in response to the flamboyancy of the advertising or the persuasiveness of the salesperson. Then we sort of “wake up” a couple of days later and find that we’ve committed hundreds of dollars of business funds for an item or service that’s not essential to the success of our own business, when really pressing items had been waiting for those dollars. Continue reading “Survival tips for small businesses”

What’s the difference between a user story and an Epic when it comes to Agile?

They are very generic term actually. There is many way to interpret them, varying in the literature and how people see them. Take everything I say with a huge grain of salt.

It takes a thousand voices to tell a single story

Usually, an Epic comprise a very global and not very well defined functionality in your software. It is very broad. It will usually be broken down into smaller user story or feature when you try to make sense of it and making them fit in an agile iteration. Continue reading “What’s the difference between a user story and an Epic when it comes to Agile?”

Five Easy Steps to Staying Motivated

Motivating yourself to excel at your job or to be an example to your employees, should not be something you do only when the spirit moves you.  It’s an ongoing process that should include every facet of your business life. This means your mental attitude, physical well-being and appearance, work atmosphere, your interaction with others (clients and employees alike), and your off-the-job environment.

Motivational experts get paid big bucks to tell professionals, striving for success, that they must constantly examine these factors.  How do you do that?  Follow the 5 tips that follow, and watch the changes. Continue reading “Five Easy Steps to Staying Motivated”