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Website QA: Testing a Website for Keyboard Users
Some of your website users will not use a mouse or touchscreen, we’re going to show how tab order impacts testing a website as a keyboard user.
3 Steps To Getting High Quality Bug Reports From Your Users
Getting high quality bug reports can speed up how long it takes to fix your app, we share three steps you should follow.
Code Review Best Practices You Can’t Miss
Great code reviews are a key element of great software, but bad reviews bring the whole team down. We break down how to do them well.
Software Development Blogs – Why We Need Them & Our 15 Favorites
We break down why you should be keeping up with software development blogs and share 15 of our favorites.
What is Code Churn and How to Reduce it
Have you ever spent days or weeks working on code and feel like you’re writing and writing lines of code but by the end of it very little has changed? Your project might have high code churn.
Presenter Series: How Developers Like You Can Nail Your Technical Talk
If you’re a developer, giving a talk might not be in your comfort zone. Not to worry, here are a few tips to help you out.
Being Excellent at Communicating Technical Work
Work on a product that hasn’t been communicated may as well not have happened. People can’t use what they don’t know about. Let’s be awesome at communicating the work we do to all the stakeholders
Automating Your Text-Based Stand-Up Meetings
Make sure your team is getting the most out of your daily stand-up meetings. Here are some tips for remote teams to have efficient text-based stand-ups.
Presenter Series: Promoting Yourself and Your Talk With TextExpander
No one wants to give a talk to an empty room. Here are some tips on how to quickly promote your talk before and after. Becoming known as someone who follows up after talks is a great way to make sure your talk doesn’t fall on deaf ears.