Letter from the Editor – December 2020

Digital Transformation and IT Modernization projects have shifted into high gear during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tough on some teams is having to do more with less and speed up projects on reduced budgets due to the resulting COVID-19 business climate. On the other hand, other companies are adding funding and pressing the schedule under the …

Developer Testing? What is Testing and QA’s Place? Part 2 of 2

Introduction This article is part 2 of the 2-part series, Developer Testing? What is Testing and QA’s Place? Part 1 explored modern SDLCs, such as Agile, SCRUM, and Lean, specific to the dynamic of Developer Testing. It also discussed the traditional role of the Developer and the “testing” responsibilities typically delegated to them. The motivation …

6 Things to Consider When Choosing an RPA Vendor

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a software technology that anyone can use to automate manual tasks and business processes. The benefits of RPA are immediately quantifiable, and the technology can have a high impact across every function of the organization. RPA can accelerate process completions, reduce errors, boost compliance, save audit time and related costs, …

Infographic: LogiGear’s Winter 2020 Reading Guide

As the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, snuggle up with these LogiGear eBooks to solve some common testing problems! (Please click the image to enlarge this infographic) Conquer the Common Challenges of Continuous Testing by Tuan Truong. Continuous Testing (CT) is a key enabler for DevOps. Learn how to reap the benefits …

Best of LogiGear Magazine 2020

At LogiGear, we’ve always prided ourselves on the content that we create. Our goal with each piece of content is to help inform our readers on cutting-edge testing practices and technology, thereby allowing them to transform their processes to reap the benefits of high-quality testing. As 2020 has come and gone, take a look at …

Glossary December 2020

Agile Release Trains (ART) The Agile Release Train (ART) is a long-lived team of Agile teams, which, along with other stakeholders, incrementally develops, delivers, and where applicable operates, one or more solutions in a value stream. Agile Release Trains align teams to a shared business and technology mission. Source: https://www.scaledagileframework.com/agile-release-train/ SAFe A set of organization …