Take a look at our most read and shared blog posts from October 2020.
Presenting virtual is a bit of a workaround solution when there is no possibility to show the presentation and the presenter in one view, there is no possible way for interaction between the presenter and the audience. Voice and slides are the only ways to trigger the listeners to keep pay attention to your story, while you as a presenter can make the difference.
Read this interesting blog to know about the world of accelerators!
OpenShift is a platform that allows you to run containerized applications and workloads and is powered by Kubernetes. OpenShift can run on bare-metal resources in on-prem or it can be run on virtualized resources for example public cloud. OpenShift is kind of a Façade built on top of Kubernetes. Managing the complete cluster which contains multiple nodes and pods becomes much easier with OpenShift, it provides a UI and a CLI which makes things simpler by abstracting the complexity.
To improve quality, we need to broaden the view on what testing is. Janet Gregory describes it in her article “Part 1: Testing vs Quality Management – What is Testing?”. My view on my job as a test manager and a tester is that I am an essential part of making sure we deliver the system with the right level of quality. This means that I do test, but I am also involved in a lot of other activities and I am not the only person testing. Everybody should in one way, or another be involved in testing. However, this blog post is not primarily about what testing is or who should be involved. This is about given the viewpoint on testing above, three ways to improve quality.
Part 1: Vaccine discovery!Read this article to explore the first out of three potential applications of quantum computing in light of the #COVID-19 pandemic.