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With Rocky motivation..
The two week long Philly visit ended few days ago.
And like each year, did the ‘Rocky thing’ again.
What fascinates me the most about Rocky is persistence.
No one can compete with sheer hard work and persistence
And there is no substitute […]
Now you know what a ‘Unicorn’ employee is (See previous two posts)
What to do about it…
– If you have a Unicorn on your team or someone who has the potential to become one
– Go out of the way to take […]
If you guessed unicorn’s don’t exist, well that’s true, but..
Unicorn employees DO exist, and here’s (IMHO) who they are:
0. Attitude – This is a given (hence point 0)
– If this is not understood already, then we have a big problem
1. Technical […]
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Ideal candidates are good with technical skills, they know the’re stuff and are passionate about it
Since they spend more time polishing their […]
Small code changes at the 11th hour?
It’s always a very tricky question, but here’s how I handled it
There were some fundamental changes we were working on for our UI automation project
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How to do Compatibility Testing?
Wrong question, first let’s talk WHY compatibility testing.
We all know it’s meant to test our AUT’s UI on different front-end platforms (browsers, devices, OS etc.)
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