The Nordic Testing Days is a three-day conference focused on software testing that target as an audience the professional software testers from the Northern European countries. The first day proposes tutorials and the two other days are full of short talks and workshops. The conference has all the important topics of testing and a wide cast of presenters.
Welcome to this Cerberus Testing step-by-step tutorial for testing mobile applications. This guide will help you understand the test automation workflow and good practices supported by Cerberus Testing to test mobile apps using Appium.
Testing in production is the only way to know that your software is working right now in production. It not only increases developer confidence in the code but also development velocity because you will spend less time fixing bugs and more time building new products. Testing in production provides an increased accuracy of test results, faster test execution time due to elimination of bad data, and you will have higher confidence before releases because you already know that your features will work before you launch.
Partners Group, the global private markets investment manager, has agreed to acquire and recapitalize Idera, a global provider of software solutions for IT professionals, on behalf of its clients. This recapitalization represents the fourth equity transaction for Idera since 2014. Since 2014, Idera has grown revenue, bookings, and earnings by more than 10X with organic growth and acquisitions of nearly 20 companies.
The Swiss Testing Day is a software testing conference that takes place in Zurich, Switzerland with sessions both in English and German. It focuses on practical approaches to software testing with many speakers coming from the industry.
Exhaustive testing is a type of software testing approach where all the behaviors of a system are explored during the tests. If this approach is good in theory, it is not feasible in most testing contexts where time and resources are limited. This article presents the distinguishing characteristics of exhaustive testing and explain how to perform it.
PLATO Testing, Canada’s only Indigenous-led and staffed software testing company, is celebrating the new year with a significant investment of $500,000 from investment firm Raven Indigenous Capital Partners. The funding will support the training and employment of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students as software testers, boosting the Indigenous economy and creating jobs.