What’s the difference between a good QA director and a great one?
We’ve all seen the good QA director in their natural habitat, a creature who spends their time bathing in the light of an LED monitor, or perhaps gently lapping at a local coffee stream. But have you ever witnessed a great one?
Five predictions for the future of contactless payment
Contactless payment will foster the adoption of cryptocurrency, and other predictions for the future of contactless payment.
Using tech to survive sheltering in place
Sheltering in place requires patience and creativity, particularly when you live in a small space. Lucky for you, technology can help.
Using AI to identify a toxic work culture and avoid burnout
Is it possible that one day, AI will be able to spot potential human issues and identify them before they lead to burnout or a toxic work culture? We have news for you: AI is doing it right now.
5 surprising books that QA professionals recommend (and 10 useful references that won’t shock you)
QA professionals’ jobs aren’t straightforward. Neither are their book recommendations.
5 things QA testers wish programmers understood
Software developers need testers to be their shield in the fight against software defects. QA professionals want programmers to know how to strengthen this alliance.
5 reasons why QA needs humans
You might worry that, eventually, the machines will take over and eliminate humans from the QA process. Fear not. Here are cases where humans are better at QA than automation.
4 ways AI is helping musicians—and the entire music industry
From recommending artists to literally playing second fiddle to a human composer, here are some ways AI is turning the music industry on its ear.
Big data TED Talks: 11 important lessons
Learn big data’s great accomplishments—and its downright dirty ones.
Cosplayers who are not white, thin, or physically able thrive at NYCC
Cosplaying isn’t just a fashion statement; the pastime also helps its participants embody the characters they love and do their best to assume the traits they admire, like bravery or kindness.