Case Study – EasyBook Appointment Software

In our last discussion, we spoke about clearly defining requirements.  What I’d like to talk with you about today is a case study demonstrating such requirements. Enter EasyBook Back in early 2012, we had a request from a court reporting company to design simplified, lightweight booking appointment software. Their main requirements stated that the application […]

Clean Coders

  With the NASDAQ approaching its 2000 highs, I can see the reflection of the rising index in a Tech Boom 2.0 in North America. Start-ups appear to be popping up everywhere, with companies being awarded several multi-million dollar projects. This has caused a fresh flow of labor and capital into the software industry, with many […]

LabVIEW CLA Complete!

That’s the first tick off the 2014 Action Items list we can now make – CLA Complete! We’ll go more into depth with that list in a future post, but at this moment I’d like to provide those who are considering taking the Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA) examination with some insight and guidelines for the examination. […]

The Challenge: Becoming a Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA)

After a grueling two weeks of interviews for various mandates while traveling to Montreal and additionally providing a budgetary for an opportunity overseas, I have returned to Toronto facing several fresh challenges. Firstly, The Challenge: Becoming a Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA) as quickly as possible will be no easy feat. Indeed, I have received feedback […]

Meeting Numbers through Regression Testing

Eliminating false-failures and improving repeatability is a must in high-volume manufacturing. Software regression testing methodologies and strategies can be an effective way of reducing occurrence of test failures. Consider this: A high-volume manufacturing line builds 1.5 million automotive cluster units in one year. An end-of-line functional test system on the line yields approximately 98% of […]