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  • July 19, 2017 19 Jul'17

    Meet James, the new QA on the team -- he's also a virtual robot

    In a DevOps world full of automated software testing, things are about to get even more interesting. James is a virtual robot designed to handle CX QA -- for $5 an hour.

  • July 17, 2017 17 Jul'17

    Microsoft business partners urged to use DevOps opportunities

    Addressing business partners at Inspire, Microsoft and DORA drove home the importance of DevOps and the need for Microsoft business partners to display DevOps expertise.

  • April 01, 2010 01 Apr'10

    Managing the use of open source software

    Open source software adoption is rising creating some unforseen challenges in how to effectively manage this software. As OSS acceptance grows, improvements are being made along the way. Software companies are using OSS for portfolio management, ...

  • March 08, 2010 08 Mar'10

    Software test expert: Why Agile teams' unit tests often fail

    For many software development teams, unit testing has become somewhat of a niche expertise and easily overlooked. Author Roy Osherove feels those who neglect unit testing only do so because of previous oversights. He is a firm advocate for unit ...

  • January 13, 2009 13 Jan'09

    Adopting continuous integration brings agility, other benefits

    Continuous integration practices can give your development organization a head start on increasing agility, but adoption is still not widespread.

  • January 07, 2009 07 Jan'09

    Tools, standards address persistent quality assurance (QA) issues

    Quality assurance pros may never have it easy, but the proper tools and methodologies can ease the burden for QA and testing organizations.

  • January 06, 2009 06 Jan'09

    Increasing productivity with unit testing

    Many software pros think unit testing is a waste of time. Think again -- proper unit testing can actually increase overall productivity.

  • December 01, 2008 01 Dec'08

    Making unit testing a priority

    Developers who don't do unit tests might say they don't know about unit testing or that unit tests are hard to write. But they must get past that way of thinking and make unit testing a priority.

  • March 07, 2008 07 Mar'08

    Six functional tests to ensure software quality

    According to a recent Info-Tech report, six types of functional tests can be used to ensure the quality of the end product. Those tests are unit tests, functional tests, systems tests, regression tests, system integration tests and acceptance tests.

  • November 28, 2007 28 Nov'07

    Parasoft's Adam Kolawa: Software quality is a continuous process

    In order for software projects to succeed, development teams need a comprehensive infrastructure and adequate processes, says Parasoft CEO Adam Kolawa.

  • September 20, 2007 20 Sep'07

    Alberto Savoia sings the praises of software testing

    Alberto Savoia, CTO of Agitar Software, is on a mission to get developers to successfully unit test their own code. In this interview, he talks about the effects of bad software and the benefits of testing.

  • September 03, 2007 03 Sep'07

    AgitarOne facilitates unit testing of Java code

    With the release of AgitarOne 4.2, Agitar is helping to relieve the task of unit testing Java code. Out of the box, the company says with AgitarOne development teams can generate a basic set of unit tests that provide 80% code coverage across the ...

  • July 25, 2007 25 Jul'07

    Unit testing critical for improving software quality

    By doing unit testing, programmers can catch bugs early before they cause significant problems or delays. It's important, however, that programmers feel comfortable testing and not be scared off by extreme testing practices. Alberto Savoia explains ...

  • April 03, 2007 03 Apr'07

    Parasoft C++test developer toolkit integrated into IDEs

    The Parasoft C++test 7.0 developer toolkit has been released as plugins for Eclipse and Microsoft Visual Studio. Developers can write code, test code, review errors and debug test cases from a single environment.

  • February 20, 2007 20 Feb'07

    Find software bugs, defects using code coverage

    Software testing is uselss if it isn't complete. Statement and branch coverage can uncover glaring problems in unexecuted blocks of code, but they often miss bugs in the logic of your code. Path coverage, however, is a more comprehensive technique ...

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