The new generation of fully electric Volvo cars is hardware designed, but software-defined. As part of that strategy, Volvo continuously invest in our in-house software development and testing capabilities. They have revealed one of their biggest investments to date: a new, state-of-the-art software testing center in Gothenburg, Sweden that amplifies our capacity for integrated software testing at all levels.
Software testing, software quality, test automation news for financing and acquisition of load testing, unit testing, functional testing and DevOps tools.
QA.tech is building an autonomous QA Engineer that can automatically figure out what to test, and manually test it, using AI. This has the potential to not only save millions of hours of tedious work, but also to increase the overall quality of software that we use in our daily routines.
Kobiton, a vendor of mobile testing solutions, and GameDriver, which provides automated testing frameworks for gaming and XR experiences, have forged a strategic partnership and integrated their software platforms in order to elevate the standards of mobile video game testing and quality assurance.
Cypress test automation platform has announced the launch of its latest feature, Test Replay, which allows development teams to seamlessly time travel through test runs in Continuous Integration and interact with their applications under test, leading to faster debugging cycles and higher developer productivity.
The needs for test automation changes in a microservices architecture compared to a monolith or traditional Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Even more so if we combine microservices with continuous delivery.
Qualiti.ai, a Utah-based software test automation solution, announced the closing of a $6.5 million Seed round today. Sierra Ventures led the funding round, with participation from Epic Ventures. Qualiti is a generative AI-powered software solution for testing automation.
Qase, a startup developing AI-enabled software testing tools, has raised a new $7.2 million in Series A funding to provide manual and automated software testing services for developers. The round was led by Chrome Capital, with participation from Finsight Ventures and S16VC.