3 Top Data Visualisation Tools
With the plethora of data available to us today, it can sometimes be difficult to identify and act on emerging trends quickly. Through using data visualisation tools, this data is able to be manipulated into a visual format allowing those the ability to make highly informed decisions quickly.
If you’re looking for some ways to introduce your data creatively, you have come to the right place! I have picked out the 3 top data visualisation tools that will help instantly interpret your data and make it aesthetically appealing!
How do Test Automation strategies differ across Industries?
There is no question that verifying your system is working correctly is crucial to any business. However, software testing strategies are not one-size-fits-all. Every business sector needs to take the time to understand their IT system’s priorities, and then focus their testing efforts accordingly.
Let’s take a look at three business sectors and some of their possible key priorities, and how their testing efforts might be focussed.
Digital Publishers v Big Technology Platforms
On the 24th November 2016 Cameron & Wilding and Kemp Little hosted a Digital Publishing Breakfast Roundtable. The hot topic? The current relationship between digital publishers and the big technology platforms. Input came from several senior industry professionals from publishing organisations and the discussion covered platforms being used, issues surrounding audience engagement, branding, monetisation strategies and the future of the publishing industry.
Selenium Conference UK 2016
Last month I attended the Selenium Conference in London. Tucked away on Puddle Dock just north of the River Thames was two days of presentations by Selenium and Automation testing experts from around the world. This was my first Selenium conference, and in fact my first conference where the bulk of the presentations were all to do with Quality Assurance of one form or another. There were around 30 presentations over the two days and this blog post is about a few of my favourite talks.