Magnificent Bugs and Where to Find Them

Posted by Aleksandar Ristić on Feb 13, 2018 3:04:41 PM

Have you ever been asked if you can achieve zero bugs in a product? A younger me would have laughed and said it’s not possible, but not all projects are the same. We once worked on a military project where budgeting is on another level and where there was no expense spared starting from documentation and planning (both under heavy testing and monitoring). Or you might be dealing with the medical industry, where a bug doesn’t mean an angry customer but the difference between life and death.

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Software Testing, Zero Bugs

Benefits of Building an Automated Testing System for Embedded Software

Posted by Ivan Veličković on Jan 10, 2018 11:13:40 AM

It is always crucial to test new functionality as soon as possible to make sure it does not have a negative impact on the existing features. Our experience has shown that continuous integration is a viable approach when developing complex embedded systems. It usually means that you must invest effort in developing an integrated Automated Build System (ABS) and an Automated Testing System (ATS), but it also results in less effort required for testing and bug fixing. This approach enabled us to create high quality and reliable solutions.

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Embedded, Software Testing

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.

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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!

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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 …

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Software Testing, Agile