9 Tips for Website QA Testing

9 Tips for Website QA Testing

Quality Assurance (QA testing) is an essential step in the website development process. It helps ensure that the website is functioning as expected and meets the client’s specifications. The following procedure should be followed each time you need to QA a website or webpage that has been newly built or changed.

Innovative Payment Platform Integration

Innovative Payment Platform Integration

We are proud to announce that one of our senior developers has created a new approach to payment platform integration. He has combined user management with a payment gateway and payment processing solution without having to create a backend application. This approach can cut the time and costs associated with these boilerplate aspects of software as a service (SaaS) development.

Learning to Code with Liz Norton

Learning to Code with Liz Norton

Liz Norton is learning code on top of working full-time as a manager at a coffee shop. She blogs over at www.lizcod.es. And we are very grateful she took time out of her busy schedule to answer our questions.

Learning to Code with Liz Norton

Learning to Code with Travis Douce

Travis Douce got into programming while working in the field of Geographical Information Systems (GIS). A natural problem-solver, he knew there had to be a better way than manually creating thousands of GIS files for datasets. All he had to do was learn how to code. Fast forward a couple of years: Travis is now a software developer for Big Nerd Ranch, a Rails for Girls coach volunteer and an active participant in the Athens developers’ community.

Learning to Code with Liz Norton

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Jordan Burke is the Chief Technology Officer at Vitamin C. He currently teaches an Intro to Rails course at FourAthens and is a co-organizer of the Developers of Athens meetup.

Intractable Programming Problems

Can you write a program to check to see if another program performs an infinite loop? There are many 'good enough' hacks/solutions out there to address this problem, but the true answer is a simple "no". There are many proofs out there for this, and I would point you...

How to Design a Website

Here are some tips on how to design a website. This tutorial will take you through the basics of client management, design theory, and design process. Hopefully, when we are all done, you will be able to design a usable website from scratch as well as manage your...

Read this article if you are still using IE.6

Read this article if you are still using IE6 (or even more importantly if you don't know what I mean by IE6) and don't want to end up with a smart virus ruining your computer Recently my computer was infected by a virus. A very smart virus. This virus infected me just...

A Good Designer: Making the Cut

Good personality, sense of humor and great with kids. Just kidding! The relationship you have with your web designer is based on one simple premise: They need to meet your expectations. If you don’t know what you’re expecting, then you don’t have a good basis to judge...

Bel-Jean Copy Print Launches a New Site

Bel-Jean Copy Print Launches a New Site

Bel-Jean Copy/Print Center on Broad Street in downtown Athens perks up the print biz with a lively website. Founded by a man who fell in love with the community and acquired by a Julie McLeod who claimed early roots in Athens through her family, this local print...

The Art of Beta Testing

The Art of Beta Testing

A Beta version is originally used to refer to software applications that are close to completion. Beta software is still under active development, debugging, and revisions. Beta software typically doesn’t have all features (even sometimes critical ones) implemented fully or at all.

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