It’s difficult enough to keep up with advances in Software Testing. But, when you add to that the growing number of misunderstandings between test teams and leaders about how, where, and when to test—it becomes even more challenging to achieve on-time, quality releases.
5 Trends in Software Testing to Watch for in 2018
As our world continues its digital transformation with the advancement of so many technologies, 2018 promises to be a year that further transforms the way we work. These are LogiGear’s predictions for the trends to look out for in Software Testing in 2018.
8 Test Automation Anti-Patterns (And How to Avoid Them)
No matter how well-versed you are with testing, or how advanced your Automation technology is, it’s essential to start Automation with strong test design. Without one, teams can encounter problems that create ineffective, incomplete, and hard-to-maintain tests.
An Insider's Guide to the AI and IoT Testing Process
Testing the Internet of Things (IoT) is one thing, but Artificial Intelligence (AI) takes it to the next level. A LogiGear executive shares what the company learned from its first serious foray into the world of AI and IoT Testing.
Building a Long-Lasting Enterprise
In an era of staggering IPOs, the mentality of Silicon Valley and Venture Capitalist-backed startups is "go big or go home." Few entrepreneurs today think of building a long-lasting, 20-years-or-more enterprise. This article will discuss the challenges of starting and growing a business, as well as how to survive and thrive in an on-going, changing environment
Continuous Testing, Continuous Variation
With the arrival of Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD), the notion of Continuous Testing (CT) is taking center stage. Knowing that comprehensive tests are running smoothly can be of great benefit for the CI/CD pipeline; but, running tests can be both time and resource consuming—not to mention that tests can become boring and rigid. Using the repetitive character of CI/CD for testing can be a way to address this.
How a SaaS Provider Made Microservices Deployment Safely Chaotic
San Francisco-based company Remind—developer of aSan Francisco-based company Remind—developer of a communication tool for educators, school administrators, parents, and students—faced a predictability problem with its SaaS offering built on microservices until they decided to (purposefully) sabotage their own product with a different kind of test communication tool for educators, school administrators, parents, and students—faced a predictability problem with its SaaS offering built on microservices until they decided to (purposefully) sabotage their own product with a different kind of test.
Inspiring Women - How to be Technology Marketing Rock Stars
Our own Christine Paras, Marketing Manager at LogiGear, shares her thoughts on what it takes to be a woman marketer in the technology industry, as well as lessons for the next generation of tech marketers.
Managing Distributed Resources – Offshore & Outsourcing Attitudes
Staffing is hard. Getting the right mix of skill sets, hiring good employees with great communication skills, creating positive team chemistry, and finding people of technical competence are all crucial factors for product and project success. This task has become increasingly difficult—particularly in the US.
Software Testing Considerations for Voice-First Applications
Learn how voice-first designed apps for devices like the Echo/Alexa and Google Home test for security and application flaws.