November 11, 2016

Wake up, America, We have a sleep problem. More than 68% of Americans report having trouble sleeping at least once a week, and many people believe that technology plays a major role in keeping them awake, but can it actually help you get a better night’s sleep? After all, the Internet of Things already helps make our day-to-day lives easier and more efficient: from keeping an eye on your house to regulating your pet feedings to keeping track of how many steps you take each day.

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Related Resources:

Test Strategies and Risk Mitigation for IoT and Embedded Systems - In this video you will learn how product reliability, continuity across devices/Internet services/hardware/platforms, and security are all risks that you need to understand and properly mitigate so that quality isn’t compromised.

Changed-Based Testing for Efficient Software Development - According to recent Cambridge University research, the global cost of debugging software has risen to $312 billion annually. This number tells us that the software industry has a serious quality problem, and that companies are spending incredible amounts of money treating the symptom, but not nearly enough remedying the cause. A major cause of software bugs is inefficient and incomplete testing. This paper will focus on techniques that can be used to improve testing efficiency.

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