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Dream. Dare. Do – that is Suyati’s work principle in a nutshell.

Nov
28
2013

How Estimates are Made in Scrum

Scrum is one of the most popular frameworks for software projects. This framework entails breaking down the project requirements into small task-sets or sprints, and executing them in an iterative cyclical approach. A key component of this approach is making estimates for the project. The genesis of making estimates in Scrum is the user creating […]

Nov
27
2013

Non-Functional Requirement Testing

Nonfunctional testing is the process of checking the nonfunctional requirements are adopted properly for the application. There are many types of Nonfunctional requirement testing. Some of them are given below Performance testing Load Testing Stress Testing Usability Testing Security Testing Portability Testing 1. Performance Testing It is mostly used to identify any bottlenecks or performance […]

Nov
26
2013

Collective amnesia on the CEO’s B’day! A photo blog.

We’ve put the story of Mukund’s birthday celebrations in a photo blog. Please click on each photo one by one, moving from left to right, row by row, to read the text and enjoy the day’s celebrations.

Nov
25
2013

How to Prepare for the Big Data Challenge

With big data all set to become a key source of competitive advantage, companies are going all out to implement big data analytics. The success of such big data efforts, however, depends on having data to analyze in the first place. Many companies take this for granted when the reality is that even when data […]

Nov
22
2013

Host Your Application For Free (By RedHat's OPENSHIFT)

1.Introduction: Openshift is RedHat’s cloud computing platform. Developed in 2011 by Redhat, Openshift is one of the most soght after PaaS(Platform As A Service) that is available today.Its written in Ruby and is under the Apache License 2.0.Using Openshift’s free plan users can get upto 1GB of storage per **Catridge and upto 3 *Gears. 2.Setting […]

Nov
22
2013

SCRUM Training: Finally I learnt how to make a paper plane..

SCRUM Training: Finally I learnt how to make a paper plane.. We had a two-day SCRUM training session at Suyati as part of our tech workshop. Our certified scrum business analyst Praveen was in charge of the training. As the Training invitation has attracted large number of Suyatians, Praveen had to cut down the training […]

Nov
20
2013

How to configure URL rules in YII framework

Introduction YII URL router is quite powerful and does two main tasks: it resolves URLs into internal routes and creates URLs from these routes. Let’s try to understand how to configure application rules by simple example. Let’s begin As a first step: Create a fresh Yii application and find your protected/config/main.php. It should contain the following: […]

Nov
19
2013

What's New in Microsoft Biztalk Server 2013?

As both networks and organizational systems become more complex, what invariably suffers is integration. The inability of an organization to ensure that its applications work seamlessly across the board, causes serious hold ups, drains productivity, and has a direct impact on the bottom-line. Microsoft BizTalk Server helps businesses manage the complexity of connecting all applications […]

Nov
19
2013
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Scrum Training at Suyati from a Certified Scrum Master…What more can we ask for….!

SCRUM. This was something that I was keen on learning about. I wanted to know the advantages of the scrum process against the traditional methods. The training started with huge turnout from all the employees and was fun as the class was less about teaching and more of an interactive session. It was always nice […]

Nov
18
2013

URL rules at runtime in Yii

Introduction When you are developing an application with pluggable module , you  need to somehow inject your module-specific rules into an existing application. Set-up your application 1. Create new application using yiic webapp.2. Add .htaccess to your webroot. Options +FollowSymLinksIndexIgnore */*RewriteEngine on# if a directory or a file exists, use it directlyRewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-fRewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} […]