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20 January 2017 - Foster City, CA-based software testing solutions firm LogiGear has finalised its acquisition of Seattle, WA-based software testing and staffing company True North Service, Inc. (TNS), the company said.
Setting aside the philosophical debate of why, this guide unfolds the noble, yet laborious journey of arming yourself with the knowledge to successfully transition from manual testing to a full-stack automation engineer. It’s a bold endeavor, which requires time, good navigation, and practice. The good news is that you don’t have to become an effective automation engineer overnight. The journey should be understood as a continuous spectrum instead of flipping a switch.
Transitioning from manual testing to full-stack automation is a noble, yet laborious journey. Below is a guide to aid in a successful transition from manual testing to full-stack automation.
Hung Nguyen, CEO of LogiGear Corporation discusses six key factors for building a long-lasting enterprise, with strategies for businesses to continuously evolve, create, and sustain growth for the long-term.
LogiGear’s solution removes high start up costs, a popular challenge associated for most firms looking to adopt DevOps.
Electric Cloud wants to give DevOps teams the ability to do zero-downtime deployments. The company announced the latest version of its end-to-end DevOps platform, ElectricFlow, with push-button support for advanced deployments.
Continuous Testing is an important part of DevOps practices, but for companies that are transforming their testing strategies from a semi-manual testing environment to a full-blown Continuous Testing environment, it’s possible that they will encounter one of several challenges, according to CEO of LogiGear Hung Nguyen.
LogiGear has announced a new Continuous Testing solution and service to help enterprises improve their test automation strategies, and to help them complete their transformation to a DevOps environment.
New solution is an addition to the company’s evolving frameworks and technologies.
Halliburton, one of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the energy industry, reduced its end-to-end integration testing time by 99 percent by leveraging LogiGear’s software testing services.