For as long as I have been in software testing, there has been a constant demand to grow technology, grow skills, automate more, and do it all faster (that is a given). What has been so remarkable recently is the rate at which these demands shift gears and move in different directions, new products, and evolving technologies.
While compiling our September 2016 issue of LogiGear Magazine, we felt that we had so much content for SMAC that it was too much to keep for just one issue. Consequently, we had our December issue also focus on SMAC and decided to run a special edition this January that focuses solely on trends. In our ten year history, this is our first trends issue and you won’t want to miss it, so stay tuned!
Michael Hackett – Senior Vice President of LogiGear Corporation and Editor-in-Chief of LogiGear Magazine, on change and software testing.
Change is constant. What’s different today is the rate of change. Moore’s law resulted from the observation that the rate of change in computing power is exponential. The products, services, and software landscape appear just as dynamic. At the same time, we pretty much take for granted the ubiquitous presence of software running our lives and the convenience it brings.Continue reading
In this issue, Michael Hackett looks at the dynamic pace of the software testing environment. Consider that the Agile Manifesto came out twelve years ago. Where are we now?Continue reading