Feed #97

Software Quality

Software Quality at Top Speed

« Some project managers try to shorten their schedules by reducing the time spent on quality-assurance practices such as design and code reviews. Some shortchange the upstream activities of requirements analysis and design. Others–running late–try to make up time by compressing the testing schedule, which is vulnerable to reduction since it’s the critical-path item at the end of the schedule.

These are some of the worst decisions a person who wants to maximize development speed can make. »

Who Dictates Software Quality: Client or Coder?

Designed to Fail

Reducing Regression Execution Times

Why Manual Testing Helps Your Release

Becoming Evergreen


Getting Garbage Collection for Free - V8 JavaScript Engine

Netflix at Velocity 2015: Linux Performance Tools - Netflix Tech Blog


Netflix Releases Falcor Developer Preview - Netflix Tech Blog
Falcor - A JavaScript library for efficient data fetching

Browser Testing and Code Coverage With Karma, Tape, and Webpack - Rebecca Murphey

Streaming averages

Exploring ES2016 Decorators - Addy Osmani

Trainspotting: Firefox 40


Sharp Regrets: Top 10 Worst C# Features

Announcing StackExchange.Precompilation

User eXperience (UX)

A Wide Perspective for Designing User Experience

5 UX mistakes that make users feel stupid

4 Ways Animation Can Actually Improve User Experience

Delivering Web Fonts


So You’re Going on a Podcast - Rebecca Murphey

SpeedOf.Me - HTML5 Speed Test

Our Brave New World of 4K Displays - Jeff Atwood