How to make MaaS (Mobility as a Service) reality?

Posted by Marko Javornik on Oct 23, 2017 2:19:40 PM

I’m just on my way from Berlin, where I had the privilege to give a keynote speech at the Wocomoco conference. Wocomoco – as it can be seen by its name – is not just a usual conference on mobility services, but really tries to bring new, innovative and different perspectives to the table from around the globe – many great speakers and ideas, lots of great discussions, and an excellent opportunity for me to reflect.

Read More

Topics: Tips and Tricks, Mobility Services

Virtualisation of traffic

Posted by Luka Zadel on Aug 25, 2017 2:41:42 PM

We live in a world where time is money. The world of IT is no exception to this and it might even be said that it is setting the standard for the saying. To get as much return on your investment as possible, you want a product that is solid so it will need as little bug fixing as possible. Fixing a bug takes manpower and that costs money.

Read More

Topics: Tips and Tricks, Software Testing

Build Your QA Guild

Posted by Aleksandar Ristić on Mar 28, 2017 2:36:27 PM

In the agile approach test engineers will be working as a part of their scrum teams and they can easily become isolated from other test community. What to do? Build your QA Guild!

Read More

Topics: Tips and Tricks, Software Testing, Agile

Building Your Test Team in the Agile world

Posted by Aleksandar Ristić on Mar 15, 2017 2:58:45 PM

Everybody is talking about test engineers as part of Scrum teams, but what happened to the test team? Is there a place for a test team in the Agile world? Although there is no discrete test team in the Scrum framework, you still have some options for organizing your test engineers, supporting them and helping them exchange knowledge and best practices.

But let’s go back to the beginning …

Read More

Topics: Tips and Tricks, Software Testing, Agile

Teamwork and Collaboration Skills for Test Engineers

Posted by Aleksandar Ristić on Feb 20, 2017 1:59:59 PM

The test team must be aware that they are a major filter between failure and satisfied customers and as a result they are responsible for the success of the product and company as a whole. Without a test team, all issues would go directly to customers. That’s why it is important to develop friendly relationships with the development team in the first place and to have excellent communication with them. There is no success with a strong development and weak test team or the other way around.

Read More

Topics: Tips and Tricks, Software Testing


We enable companies across different industries to innovate faster and reinvent their business models digitally, by using agile development methodologies, innovative technology and business acumen. 


Subscribe to Email Updates

Recent Posts