How Complexity Affects Performance of QA System
If you want to get a better understanding of why QA Systems aren’t catching every bug, this article may be helpful. I’ll demonstrate that the complexity of a software product makes a big difference to its ability to be tested thoroughly.
Software complexity has been a hot topic recently. I wrote an article on software complexity and the problems it causes back in 2009. Since then, I’ve given talks on the subject at several conferences and written an article for Software Test & Performance Magazine with Michael Bolton. I’m happy to say that a lot of progress has been made since then, but we still have a long way to go!
That’s why it seems fitting to point out another article on this very important topic in the same magazine. This one, written by George Fairbanks of Optimal Workshop, focuses on how complexity affects software QA.
QA and Complexity
AI Writing Assistants and the Future of Software Development
What is the future of software development? The writing might be on the wall, or rather on the whiteboard. A recent online article asks: Has software development reached a dead end?
The article quotes several industry experts and concludes that we’re on the brink of the inevitable replacement of programmers with automated software. This prediction could come from anywhere – from an article in an industry journal to a tweet by Elon Musk. The truth is, automation is already here and so are AI writing assistants.
This blog article will look at how artificial intelligence (AI) writing assistants might lead to better software development processes in future projects and help us all make better use of our time. So, what is an AI writing assistant?
What Is an AI Writing Assistant?
According to StackOverflow in What Is an AI Writing Assistant?, “an AI writing assistant is any computer program that writes text for you. This could take the form of a grammar corrector, a machine translation service, or a plain old text generator. As you’ll see in a moment, it’s a surprisingly broad term that can encompass many different products.”
Why Use an AI Writing Assistant?
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When asking for help writing an essay, a research paper, book report or business plan, students often lack sufficient time to produce a quality piece. With live tutors and writing assistants in plentiful supply online, students may find that it’s not just the convenience of getting homework done faster that makes software writing assistants appealing. Software writing assistants also may help students learn to write better, since they can give instant feedback on essays and papers.
What are the most common online writing assistants?
Several companies offer online writing assistants, including:
• Grammarly: https://www.grammarly.com/
• Scholastic Essay Assistant: http://www.scholastic.com/parents/homework-help/essay-writing-tool • Microsoft Word Advanced Writing Assistant: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Microsoft-Word-Advanced-Writing-Assistant
• Scrivener: http://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivener
Online writing assistants are not just popular among students in the United States, with many college and university websites offering writing assistance for students. But services provided by these companies can be used for many purposes beyond homework help, especially when it comes to business and professional documents like resumes, literature reviews, proposals and academic papers.
What is a writing assistant?