DevSecCon: Security is for Everyone

Posted by Sergio Franco on 29-Nov-2018 16:11:29

Following our yearly tradition of sneaking out of the office for some quality, first-hand extra knowledge on the latest technology updates, we decided to focus on security this year. In line with the spirit brought upon us by GDPR, we chose DevSecCon. DevSecCon is the intersection of security and the Holy Grail that we for so long have been trying to achieve, a DevOps pipeline.

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Topics: software development, software engineer, datasecurity, devops, security, technology, devsecops

Qpercom 10th Birthday Special: €2,008 for 1 year

Posted by Deborah on 11-Jul-2018 13:44:35

 

 

In December 2018, Qpercom will be 10 years in operation. To celebrate we are offering a product licence for €2,008 for one year.

That's a fully supported, unlimited year of product use, for the price of a pilot. If you have been considering moving to digital assessment or trialling a new form of digital assessment, this offer is for you. If you run OSCEs, clinical assessment, MMIs, large-scale interviews or EPAs and competency based assessment, apply now for this limited offer and see how you can benefit. 

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Topics: New technology, eAssessment, software development, competency based assessment, EPAs, entrustable professional activities, curriculum mapping, digitalscoring, birthday, anniversary, 10yearbirthday, specialoffer, clinicalassessment, multipleminiinterviews

Memory Allocation in JavaScript — Eager vs Lazy Allocation Approach

Posted by José Silva on 19-Apr-2018 13:19:53

Memory allocation is the process of reserving complete or partial space (physically or virtual) on the computer to execute an application. The management of memory on a program if not handled in the right way can make the application slow or even stop working, and one of the reasons for that to happen is known in computer science as Memory Leak.

Memory leak occurs when the application allocates spaces in memory and does not releases it after it is used, then the application ends up running out of memory and crashing.

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Topics: software development, javascript, programming, computer science, web development

Data Security and Qpercom: GDPR 2018

Posted by Deborah on 30-Jan-2018 13:02:24

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in Europe on 25th May this year is a great opportunity to open new conversations on data security. 

 

To illustrate our approach to data security, we put together the infographic below to outline:

 what we do with data, what we do with our client's permission, and what we never do with data. 

 

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Topics: eAssessment, software development, datasecurity, dataprotection, dataprocessing, datacontrollers, dataprivacy, digitalprivacy, datagovernance, GDPR2018, personaldata, digitalscoring, datacompliance, dataencryption, databackup

Qpercom Entrust 4th Award Nomination: Entrustable Professional Activities Management Information System

Posted by Deborah on 15-Nov-2017 17:29:31

 

We are delighted to announce a medical education project by Qpercom and the College of Anaesthetists of Ireland (CAI) has been shortlisted for a total of four industry awards in 2017 and 2018. The aim of the project was to design a technological framework to support implementation of a competency-based training and assessment system for post-graduate training within the CAI. The outcome was a Data Management System for Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs), with a mobile application for recording feedback in the clinical workplace.

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Topics: New technology, eAssessment, software development, competency based assessment, EPAs, entrustable professional activities, curriculum mapping, industryaward,, competency based education

What's in a Name?

Posted by Deborah on 06-Jun-2016 12:45:00

Qpercom.

For some, it does not roll off the tongue upon first hearing it.  We have received many a phone call in the office for 'Qwerpercom'.  To set the record straight, here’s how it goes:

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Topics: eAssessment, software development, clinical assessment, competency based assessment, evidence based training, branding, quality performance competency, EPAs, entrustable professional activities

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