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Part 3 – Be a Part of the Solution! Share your Opinion in our Test Automation Survey

Take our survey on test automation!

By Janine Nguyen, LogiGear Corporation

Get ready! LogiGear has launched its 3rd survey in the State of Software Testing series and it covers Test Automation. At LogiGear, we want to provide you with the best tools and support for testing your applications. But we can only do it with your help. We’re seeking answers to important questions on various topics within the testing field.

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BLOGGER OF THE MONTH: 3 SIMPLE REASONS WHY YOUR BUG REPORT SUCKS

By  Thanh Huynh, Asktester

First, let me ask you a few questions.

Are your bugs often rejected? Are your bugs often assigned back to you and discussed back and forth to clarify information? Do your leaders or managers often complain about your bugs?

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TESTARCHITECT CORNER: PLATFORM VARIATIONS

BY LOGIGEAR STAFF

To adapt with the fast software delivery pace in today’s world, the same automation test suites should be able to run on a range of various platforms: different Operation System versions, different Application under test versions, different localization versions, etc. All while keeping the test development and maintenance effort at the minimum.

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SURVEY: TESTING ESSENTIALS

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BY JANINE NGUYEN

At LogiGear, we want to provide you with the best tools and support for testing your applications. To do so, we are seeking answers to crucial questions in the software testing industry. These questions include topics such as test cases, strategy, agile, and automation.

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Top 10 Testing Trends for 2017

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BY HUNG NGUYEN, CEO AT LOGIGEAR CORPORATION

As our world continues its digital transformation with excitement in the advancement and convergence of so many technologies- from AI, machine learning, big data and analytics, to device mesh connectivity, nor should we forget VR and AR- 2017 promises to be a year that further transforms the way we work, play and take care of ourselves through product innovation.

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR


clockThis is our first Trends issue in our 10- year history. Trends are important to help foresee what is on the horizon and coming next.

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The Internet of Things: Software Testing’s New Frontier – Part 2

4 -Sep-2014-01This the second part of a two part article that analyzes the impact of product development for the internet of things (IoT) on software testing.  

By Michael Hackett, LogiGear Corporation

Part one of this article (LogiGear Magazine, Sept 2014) gave a wide view on the IoT, embedded systems, and the device development aspects of testing on these projects. This article continues with the focus on connectivity, data and mobile pieces including security, performance and remote device control, commonly from a smartphone.

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Fun & Games: Keep Training Lively

By Michael Hackett, LogiGear

Training has to be fun.  Simple as that.  To inspire changed behaviors and adoption of new practices, training has to be interesting, motivating, stimulating and challenging. Training also has to be engaging enough to maintain interest, as trainers today are forced to compete with handheld mobile devices, interruptions from texting, email distractions, and people who think they can multi-task.

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Viet Nam’s Next Generation

Hong Mai has always been interested in computers since the beginning. She recalls having written her first script and thought it was amazing. “Writing a script and having it run successfully is a good feeling,” says Hong Mai.

Hong Mai’s parents were high school teachers but have since retired. It was certain that their two only daughters must continue on to higher education, the elder in IT and the younger in economics. Hong Mai currently lives with her family, almost an hour drive away from work and chooses to spend her weekends with her family indulging at the house or eating out at local restaurants. As she speaks in perfect English, she exposes her unfaltering determination to succeed in life.

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Vipul Gupta

Software Testing to Software Engineering

According to analysts, the growing dependence on software testing to improve product quality is resulting in greater IT budgets getting allocated to the testing activity. In fact, it is being suggested that in the years ahead, software testing will make up nearly 20-25 percent of the software budget. Forrester Research estimates that the demand for outsourced software testing will account for 28% of IT budgets in Europe and the U.S. within two years.

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