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The top software failures of 2014

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Software Failures of 2014: Finance Edition

We all know what it is like to fill out a form only to find that it stalls upon hitting "submit". These glitches may be a minor annoyance to us, the everyday consumer, but to the business in question, those minor errors can compound into huge financial losses.


Software Failures of 2014: Transportation Edition

For the everyday consumer, software underwrites more of our daily lives than we ever realize. We interact with software a thousand times a day in a thousand tiny ways - from the obvious like checking our emails and smart phones to depositing a check and shopping for groceries.


Software Failures of 2014: Entertainment Edition

For the everyday consumer, realizing how much software touches our daily lives is akin to waking up in the Matrix. The long list of complex operations we take for granted has only grown as society has become accustomed to having a smart phone in hand at all times.


Software Failures of 2014: Services Edition
It is no surprise that the world once feared the sudden global breakdown of computers at the advent of the millennium; the infamous Y2K. Without those computers society would suddenly be thrust into mass chaos akin to a zombie movie - just without the zombies.
Top 10 Software Fails Of 2014

For those of us (i.e: me) who find terms like 'scrum master' and 'agile testing' to be a little mysterious, the idea of software testing can be a bit hard to grasp. Sure, it makes sense that you need to check over your software before releasing it to the public, but after that, testing is done, right?


Software Failures of 2014: Government Edition

All branches of the government and public sector rely on software to manage and analyze the massive amounts of data they collect on a daily basis. With each department managing thousands to millions of people's data and individual needs, it is no surprise that a public sector institution requires a robust software system.


Software Failures of 2014: Retail Edition

For the everyday consumer, realizing how much software touches our daily lives is akin to waking up in the Matrix. The long list of complex operations we take for granted has only grown as society has become accustomed to having a smart phone in hand at all times.