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Keep Your Business Logic Out of (Code) Jail

Copyright © 2021 https://jtonedm.com James Taylor Don’t jail your logic in code Our friends at Data Decisioning forwarded an article from The Register recently – Inflexible prison software says inmates due for release should be kept locked up behind bars. The basic building blocks of this story is that there is a module calculating release dates for prisoners that was clearly implemented exactly the same way the rest of the...

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Five Blogs – 26 January 2021

The (best) five blogs we can read today. Check them out. First Aid for the Mission Statement Written by: Michael Bolton A Pretty-Good Mathematical Model of Perfectionism Written by: Jesse Galef 3 Ways To Know It’s Time To Kill A Good Idea Written by: Scott Cochrane Quick Recipes To Generate Test Ideas Written by: Lingesh Suresh Tester’s Ten Commandments Written by: Quality Testing Lab Quote of the day: “When things go wrong,...

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Five Blogs – 6 January 2021

The (best) five blogs we can read today. Check them out. Are we solving the right problems in test automation Written by: Bas Dijkstra How to Be an Even Better Leader Written by: Karin Hurt and David Dye Bug of the Day: AI Sees Bits, Not Things Written by: Michael Bolton Umpires are testers too Written by: Paul Seaman It’s Over – Now What Written by: Dan Rockwell Quote of the day: “Don’t listen to other people: if you have a...

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The secret of risk-based decision-making

The idea of ‘risk-based decision-making’ is becoming increasingly popular, and decision-makers at all levels are keen to ensure that their decisions take risk properly into account. But perhaps the term ‘risk-based decision-making’ is mistaken. Surely all decisions are risk-based, by definition? Whenever we encounter a situation where we need to make a decision, two vital characteristics are always present. Every decision...

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Maximizing the ROI of your business rules investment

Copyright © 2020 https://jtonedm.com James Taylor We help a lot of clients select, install and adopt a Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS). These clients are looking to get automate decision-making with transparency, deliver business control of their critical decision-making logic and establish an ability to drive continuous improvement through simulation and impact analysis. Adopted correctly, these benefits ensure that a BRMS...