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Thursday January 25, 2018
Creativity is the world that functions well only when a person invests all his/her energy, time and mind to deliver the best product. But there can be times when he/she may feel demotivated due to the unexpected failures and issues that might arise.
However, it is important that one looks out for the ways that make him/her feel better and enjoy the task he/she is indulged in. One such way is watching movies that depict their profession in the best possible way or reminds one of the same.
If you are employed in the world of software development and testing, here is a list of 13 movies that will definitely make you think about testing.
1. The Social Network (2010)
David Fincher’s The Social Network makes the list of awesome tech movies complete. Adapted from Ben Mezrich’s 2009 book ‘The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook, Money, Genius, and Betrayal’, the movie anecdotally depicts the establishing of Facebook and the wreckage of claims that took after. The film is flawlessly shot, immaculately composed and amazingly altered. It addresses various intense issues, for example, want for acknowledgment, protected innovation rights, misogyny in tech and the dim side of college social culture.
2. WarGames (1983)
WarGames is a work of art that was directed in 1983 and stars a youthful Matthew Broderick as a 80’s child programmer who unwittingly gets to WOPR (War Operation Plan Response), a United States military supercomputer. Believing it to be a PC diversion, he gets WOPR to run an atomic war reenactment, causing an atomic rocket unnerve that about begins World War III.
What’s impressive about the movie is that it has everything from a sharp programmer kid who beats the adults to the awesome 80’s music.
3. Her (2013)
Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ doesn’t specifically address working with PCs but the movie definitely serves as a captivating thought on the part that innovation plays in our lives. The movie imagines the innovation of tomorrow not as an overwhelming centerpiece of our physical world yet as an agile supplement to it.
4. Primer (2004)
Composed by engineers for engineers, the splendid movie Primer was not made to target the normal group of audience. ers, for engineers. The movie utilizes an exploratory plot structure to narrate the coincidental disclosure of time travel by two little time equipment engineers working out of a carport. A little while later, their utilization of the creation has spun wild, and they should battle with the genuine, intense results of their reality shattering revelation. The movie is powerful and a must watch to instill life in a lifeless engineer.
5. Revolution OS (2001)
The movie Revolution OS is essentially the legitimate narrative about the free software movement. While it’s somewhat dated, the film ought to be viewed by every individual who thinks about open source. The movie features interviews with OSS heavyweights like Richard Stallman, Linus Torvalds and Eric S. Raymond, and completes a profound jump on both the development’s history and logic.
6. Ex Machina (2015)
Ex Machina is an invigorating interpretation of the worn out AI-turned out badly science fiction. Though most films about AI gets stuck on defining the line between “fake” and “genuine”, Ex Machina goes deeper. Along with a captivating story, the movie is also a wonderfully made motion picture. The cinematography is also amazing. It gives audience a powerful message: be careful about what you say to your computer.
7. The Matrix (1999)
The Matrix is basically the quintessential science fiction film that portrays a tragic future in which reality as saw by most people is really PC reenactment called “the Matrix”. An interesting motion picture, it has everything from hacking, future tragic tech to wonderful battle scenes and pivotal film procedures.
8. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2011)
By and by, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is an incredible spine chiller which is based on the journey of the columnist Mikael Blomkvist to discover the destiny of a lady who belongs to an affluent family and vanished forty years ago. The columnist seeks help from a cryptic female PC programmer named Lisbeth Salander, and together they gradually disentangle the fierce history of an apparently sluggish Nordic town.
9. Noah (2013)
Noah is a pivotal short film that investigates the way current youth connects through social media platforms. The film’s most prominent angle is its medium, which is entirely screencast. Made by Canadian film students Walter Woodman and Patrick Cederberg, the film starts with the secondary school senior hero opening his PC, and the account being narrated completely on his PC and telephone screens. Through the course of the film, Noah’s association with his sweetheart go into disrepair through online networking.
10. TPB AFK (2013)
TPB AFK’s (The Pirate Bay: Away From Keyboard) cinematography matches with that of a big-budget Hollywood movie. What truly influences this narrative remain to out, in any case, is its nuanced depiction of the continuous civil argument about licensed innovation. TPB AFK makes some convincing contentions for copyright change; yet, the film most unquestionably isn’t master robbery publicity.
11. The Pentagon Wars (1998)
This motion picture is about a test administrator endeavoring to test the Bradley Fighting Vehicle. It demonstrates a portion of the intricate judgment that individuals try to make for abstaining from testing or testing procedure. Additionally, it comically depicts the process of feature creep.
12. Who Am I: No System is Safe
This is a German hacker based movie which revolves around a group of hackers who aims at global fame. The movie travels through an interview with a hacker who tells about his life’s journey. Being one of the best hacker themed movie, it revolves around issues like Darknet, IRC Windows etc. If you love twist and turns then this would be a must watch.
The movie Webmaster focuses on a person who is a machine like hacker who has eventually turned to a webmaster who is turned upside down wearing virtual reality goggles and always tries to keep his mind busy in the cyber space.
Apart from these, movies like Physics By Inquiry: A Video Resource, Towering Inferno, Apollo 13 and Tim’s Vermeer also fall in the list. Therefore, one must understand that testing is not minute and limited to certain parts of the SDLC. It is broad, vibrant and essential to enable the delivery of the best product.