If the internet were a country, it would be the most cosmopolitan place on the planet. From the language to regional variations in UX, going online is a bit different depending on where you find yourself on a map. And yet, one devilish error code is always the same: 404 page not found.
The “404 page not found” error is one of the most common errors encountered on the World Wide Web. It means the page you requested wasn’t able to be retrieved, because it moved, the URL was mistyped, the link is broken, or, most commonly, the site is down. For example, catch us on a bad day and here’s what you would find:
It takes only half an hour and little effort to start utilizing Jira. Before we get started, it’s important to remember that a lot can happen in 30 minutes: A spider can spin an elaborate web, a surgeon can perform an appendectomy, or a conductor can bring Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 to a dramatic crescendo.
Using Jira isn’t rocket science (or web-spinning or surgery), so imagine what you can get done in 30 minutes or less. We’ve put this Jira user guide together to make those 30 minutes even more efficient.
I know your customers. I know how many minutes they stay glued to your website. I know the reasons they drop off. I know what makes your business great and I can tell you how to improve it. You’ll find me in every marketing war room, IT huddle, and sales meeting. And I can share my knowledge with you—for a price.
What am I?
If you guessed, insight, then you’re right! Specifically, insight gathered by Business Intelligence (BI). How much are you willing to pay for insight? You may wonder if BI software is a necessary cost of entry to leverage your big data for data analytics or whether you can get by using Excel spreadsheets.
What will the future of business analytics look like? If only you could ask someone from the future for advice—or better yet, see it for yourself.
But you don’t need to be a time traveler to take a good guess: the future of business analytics is small business. (more…)
This article was originally published on 08/10/2015 and has been updated as a product guide for bug reporting in 2018.
What’s that crawling in your code? Maybe your development team calls them errors, defects, or issues; as if that makes them any better. But let’s be blunt: They’re bugs, unintended glitches, or things not working the way they’re supposed to.
What happens when all those bugs start bothering your customers or developers? This is a sign your small business needs to reasses the way it approaches bug reporting—and that means considering investing in bug tracking software. In this article, we’ll survey five bug tracking solutions to help your development team reduce resources spent finding and fixing bugs and to free them up to make more polished applications for your end users.