You can view software development as being very similar to any other highly mechanized process designed to build things. Rather like a factory with all of the interrelated processes that go into making the final product. Like any manufacturing process, the software development life cycle starts with analysis and requirements and then moves on to development and testing. A unit test validates that the code is working; then it’s on to Quality Assurance for READ ARTICLE
What’s next for IoT? There’s no doubt that there’s a lot more “connected things” these days and that means a lot more data. Specifically, technology is moving out of the consumer’s hands and into Healthcare, Oil & Gas, Transportation, Aviation and more. The spread of smart devices and sensors creates new forms of value and brings challenges for enterprises seeking to exploit this technology. However, while this boom in data has the potential t READ ARTICLE
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