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  1. Pros and Cons of School Uniforms
    Categories: General
    We have worked with schools across the United States, and believe us, you are not the only person asking this question!
  2. Bottled Water FAQ - Is bottled water really better than tap?
    Categories: General
    Bottled Water: FAQ on Safety and Purity
    Questions and Answers on Bottled Water and How It Compares to Tap Water
  3. Avoid Highway Robbery by Using The New Crude--WATER
    Categories: General
    Engines waste gasoline! Up to 80% of the high-priced gas that you pump doesn't get you anywhere because it goes UNBURNED to the catalytic converter. That means you are getting 0 MPG (zero, zilch, nada) from most of the over-priced gasoline you pump into your tank.
  4. An Integrated Test Environment For Distributed Applications
    Categories: Software QA General
    Software testing is an essential component in achieving software quality. However, it is a very time–consuming and tedious activity and accounts for over 30% of the cost. In addition to its high cost, manual testing is unpopular and often inconsistently executed. Therefore, a powerful environment that automates testing and analysis techniques is needed. This paper presents a statistics–based integrated test environment (SITE) for testing distributed applications. To address two crucial issues in software testing, when to stop testing and how good the software is after testing, SITE provides automatic support for test execution, test development, test failure analysis, test measurement, test management and test planning. Keywords: Software Test Environment, Statistics–based Testing, Distributed Applications
  5. What is Open Source software?
    Categories: General
    open source refers to a program in which the source code is available to the general public for use and/or modification from its original design free of charge, i.e., open.
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