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Tom Murphy   7/29/2013 1:35:16 PM
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Janine: Thanks so much for this inside look into the challenges of debugging. As systems grow smaller and more self-contained, it's easy to overlook the challenge for companies like Asset to keep up -- and it's obviously important that they can.  That seems to mean they must always keep up with the most advanced innovations. Asset's strategy, as explained by its CEO, seems right on track, though it doesn't look like an easy road.

In what other areas are QA testers are challenged by the progress of the industry innovators?



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