Testing embedded systems for cars is a daunting task. Today’s modern cars can contain up to 100 or more electronic control units (ECUs). ECUs today control essentially every major function of a car, from acceleration to braking. Furthermore, not all of the ECUs are not manufactured by the same company; thus, it may be difficult to start testing until all the components come together in a prototype car—and by that time, there might not be enough time to completely ensure that the car is ready for the road!continue reading
Organizations no longer have the luxury to trade-off ‘quality’ over ‘speed,’ or vice versa, when delivering software. The organizations today have started to realize that in order to stay competitive, they need to deliver high-quality software at an accelerated rate by keeping the cost to a minimum. Organizations aspire to reach there by leveraging Agile and DevOps methodologies.continue reading
Organizations have embraced Agile and DevOps to deliver high-quality software in a faster and more efficient way. Test Automation is considered to be one of the biggest promoters of agility. But several times, the investment in Test Automation might not deliver its value with an ineffective strategy.
In this article, we will discuss devising an intelligent Test Automation strategy that can help us prevent common Test Automation failures.continue reading
We already know that Test Automation continues to rapidly grow in demand; with Test Automation University enrollment surging to 20,000 in just 6 months combined with the fact that IT jobs are expected to grow 22% by 2020 in the United States alone, the job market will be competitive, and filled with candidates that have the skills necessary to boost team productivity, work efficiently, and deliver measurable results.continue reading