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    Telerik Positioned as “Visionary” in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Test Studio

    August 21, 2013 Share
    If you aren’t familiar with Telerik Test Studio, now’s the time to get acquainted. The solution has just landed in the “Visionary” quadrant of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Integrated Software Quality Suites. Gartner says the companies placed in the Visionary quadrant are those most likely to deliver disruptive innovation or to support new technologies in a particular part of the software quality process.  We’re excited about the Gartner report, and it’s a recognition that is hard-earned. Behind the scenes our software engineers and product managers exert significant effort to keep Telerik on the forefront of a rapidly changing ...
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    The Test Studio 2013 R1 Release Webinar is Live

    August 21, 2013 Share
    On August 15th, Steven Vore and myself presented the goals and new features of the latest release of Test Studio 2013 R1 in a comprehensive webinar.  We discussed why you should consider Test Studio, and called out the new features that will help you improve your testing practices. In particular, we gave demonstrations illustrating the following new or changed features: - New learning tools that will make you productive as quickly as possible, including an integrating getting started video and demo application. - Cross-browser record and playback.  In addition to being able to emulate traffic from different browsers ...
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    TeamPulse R2 Is Here with Custom Fields & TFS Source Control Integration

    We are extremely happy to announce our second release for 2013 that introduces great customization and productivity capabilities to TeamPulse. Many of those features were requested by you, our customers.
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    3 Keys to Increasing Project Profits. Part 2

    August 16, 2013 Share
    We are now on to Part 2 of this three part series on ways to increase or protect the profitability of the projects we manage. In Part 1 we examined the obvious area of budget management and ways we can handle the project budget, analysis and forecast to protect and possibly even increase the project’s profitability. In this Part 2, I’m going to discuss resource management and ways we can best manage our resource to keep our projects as profitable as possible. In Part 2 of this three-part series on increasing project profitability, we’ll examine the role of effective resource ...
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    3 Keys to Increasing Project Profits

    August 15, 2013 Share
    Through experience I’ve found that project success is usually determined by one or more of three factors – on time delivery, on budget delivery, and overall customer satisfaction (which is often based somewhat on the other two factors and many other things we may or may not be in control of).