Aug 22nd, 2016 | Blog

Cultivating Good Reading Habits

Many people do not enjoy reading. There are many reasons for this. Some may believe that reading is boring and it takes too much time,…
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Jun 17th, 2016 | Blog

Juggling between home and office life

It’s never easy being a mom, trying to juggle a full-time job along with a family life. Indeed, my family has helped me a lot,…
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Apr 6th, 2016 | Blog

Challenges Faced By Testers

Most of the companies have testers as the intermediary between the developing team and customers. A tester needs to understand the customer’s requirements and hand…
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Mar 22nd, 2016 | Blog

Rediscovering JavaScript

JavaScript is presumably the most hated and misconstrued programming language, yet the most far reaching, and can be one of the fun languages to code…
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Mar 16th, 2016 | Blog

Blogs Every Web Designer Must Read

Web designing is a very competitive field and if you aren’t in the habit of regularly updating yourself, you will gradually lose track of whats…
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Mar 16th, 2016 | Blog

My Experience Working with GIT

OPSPL – my first workplace as an Intern. At first, I was a bit nervous, but after meeting my colleagues and my seniors, I felt…
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Mar 2nd, 2016 | Blog

Did you know these coding guidelines???

Code readability is an important aspect of programming and it is one of the first things we learn as programmers. Following are few coding guidelines every programmer should…
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Mar 2nd, 2016 | Blog

Traits of a Good Quality Assurance Analyst (QA)

For the last 11 months, I have seen many of our services delivered to our clients. I have worked with numerous QA engineers, QA leads and…
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