Could all hardware bugs be fixed by software updates?

Since few days we are hearing about “Meltdown” and “Spectre” problems (security flaws or vulnerabilities) reported in microprocessor or chip-sets. And that is a crucial part of computers, laptops, servers and mobile phones. These flaws could allow hackers to steal entire memory contents of the devices. However, it has raised few interesting question. Could all hardware bugs be fixed by software updates? Which bug is costlier hardware or software?

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Internet of Things (IoT) and Testing

In this blog of “Internet of Things (IoT) and Testing”, I will be going you through Internet of Things (IoT) and it’s importance from testing perspective.
Let’s understand with few scenarios.
How about your doctor calls you for medical check up or suggest medicine proactively, as soon as your blood pressure or sugar gets very high or low?

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Importance of domain knowledge in testing

Importance of domain knowledge in testing Length : 3 Minutes Let’s start this blog with few questions: What will happen,…

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Importance of Process in Testing

In “Importance of Process in Testing” blog, I will be going you through why, when, how and where process is important.
I chose to write on this topic as many times we heard,

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RPA Vs Traditional Automation

In “RPA Vs Traditional Automation” blog, I have compared the RPA(Robotic Process Automation) and Traditional Automation with respect to various parameters.
Let me begin this blog with a question.
What pop ups in our mind when we heard any of the below word?

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Robotic Process Automation(RPA) evolution and it’s impact on Testing

In my earlier blog of RPA, “Robotic Process Automation and The Testing future” , I introduced RPA and described its benefits over traditional Automation.
In this blog, I will glorify on impact of RPA on testing, opportunities created by RPA, how existing testing will get dissolved into RPA and RPA tools available in the market.

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