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Understanding Cross Site Request Forgery

Understanding cross site request forgery in web development

Have you ever experienced that you are browsing something and when clicking any link or an object on a website affects the movement in another website in your browser? You might not be wanting to happen that activity but it is not on your hand. At that time a website loses trust from browser and does those malicious activities which are performed unpredictably. This vulnerability is called ‘Cross site request forgery’ which is ranked 8th on the list of OWASP top 10...

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Enhancing Scrum Meetings

Enhancing Scrum Meetings - an important way to manage the SCRUM workflow

Table of Content 1. What is SCRUM? 2. The scrum team 3. What are scrum meetings? 4. Rules to be followed during a scrum meeting 5. Ways to have an effective scrum meeting 6. Why are Scrum Meetings Necessary? What is SCRUM? Scrum, an iterative and incremental Agile methodology was coined from a concept of the game ‘RUGBY’ where the forwards of a team form up with arms interlocked and heads down, and push forward against a similar group from the opposing...

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Why Poor Planning Can Lead to Project Failure

Why Poor Planning Can Lead To Project Failure?

What were the causes which resulted in project failure? How to manage software projects in a best way to avoid excessive costs, risks in software development companies ? Table of Content 1. Some of the specific areas wherein poor planning can lead to failures are: 1.1. Goal and vision 1.2. Planning 1.3. Stakeholder engagement issues 1.4. Leadership and governance 1.5. Requirements Issues 1.6. Team issues 1.7. Estimation 1.8. Decision making problems 1.9....

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Learning from Our Mistakes with Causal Analysis and Resolution

Learning from our mistakes with Causal Analysis and Resolution

Handling problems and defects in software development projects is difficult in many organizations. The problems’ analyses, when performed, usually do not focus on the problems sources and root causes. As a result, bad decisions are taken and the problem is unsolved. This leads to dissatisfaction, increased costs, and lack of quality. Causal analysis and resolution prevents the introduction of defects into a product by integrating into each phase of the project thereby improving...

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Risk Assessment

Risk assessment through quantitative analysis

Table of Content 1. What is quantitative analysis? 2. What is quantitative analysis in risk management? 3. Necessity of Quantitative risk assessment 4. Difference between Qualitative and quantitative analysis 5. Various techniques used in Quantitative risk analysis 5.1. Estimated monetary value (EMV) 5.2. Example 5.3. Monte Carlo simulation 5.4. Sensitivity Analysis 6. Conclusion What is quantitative analysis? While analyzing risks...

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