• Software Testing & QA

    Research and innovations: How to better align projects with industry

    by  • August 10, 2015 • Market trends, Software Testing & QA • 0 Comments

    U-Qasar is now being evaluated by three software companies. This is after the project plan we prepared long time ago. Somebody at these companies got interested on the idea of trying new SQA solutions and joined the research consortium. When trying to evaluate whether, and why, these companies will continue using U-Qasar or not...

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    Test Management eats itself (Part III of SQA Tool Series)

    by  • February 26, 2015 • Market trends, Quality assurance market, Quality assurance trends, Series of SaaS Tools for Software Development, Software Testing & QA, Tools • 1 Comment

    The previous post on this SQA tools series delved in Application Life-Cycle Management tools. This post will review the next link in the SQA chain, the test management tools. As in the rest of these series, we are only looking at those options that are available as SaaS. This time the analysis will mostly...

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    ALM eats itself (Part II of SQA tools series)

    by  • February 19, 2015 • Agile Software Development, Application Life-cycle Management (ALM), Market trends, Series of SaaS Tools for Software Development, Software development, Software Testing & QA, Tools, Visualization • 0 Comments

    This is the second post on the SQA tools series. Part I is already published. In this series we are focusing on SaaS tools, and this post is about Application Life-cycle Management (ALM) tools that can be used by monthly or yearly fees. In our frenzied Google searches we may have left some ALM’s...

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    SaaS and SQA event in Bremen

    by  • February 13, 2015 • Application Life-cycle Management (ALM), Event, Quality assurance market, Software Testing & QA, Tools • 0 Comments

    U-QASAR is organizing a 2.5h seminar about SaaS and SQA in Bremen on the 25th of February (9.30AM). It would be a great opportunity to see what new SaaS tools are in the SQA field. What makes it more exciting for us is that we will be presenting the U-QASAR platform prototype to a real audience...

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    Software development eats itself (Part I of SQA tools series)

    by  • February 5, 2015 • Agile Software Development, Application Life-cycle Management (ALM), Quality assurance market, Quality assurance trends, Series of SaaS Tools for Software Development, Software development, Software Testing & QA, Tools • 0 Comments

    This week we start a series of posts on software tools for managing software development and assuring software quality. Application life-cycle management (ALM), team management, testing management, automated and manual testing creation, security testing, load testing,… All this areas are ripen for new tools, and tools keep appearing. This results in a big messmesh of...

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    Recap of PROFES 2014 Conference

    by  • January 14, 2015 • Conference, Publication, Quality measurement, Software development, Software engineering, Software Testing & QA, Visualization • 0 Comments

    Last month took place the PROFES 2014 conference, focused on “software engineering techniques, methods, and technologies for product-focused software development and process improvement as well as their practical application in an industrial setting”. The conference consisted of tutorials, a doctoral consortium, and academic presentations. The online conference program now includes slides for all the...

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    Users’ SQA role in Open Source software

    by  • November 24, 2014 • Publication, Software quality, Software Testing & QA, Tools • 0 Comments

    Nowadays , the pervasiveness of open source software is absolute. From source code snippets, web libraries, platforms’ plug-ins and add-ons, computer programs, and even operating systems are open source. The fact that open source software allows to check for the source code has been claimed as beneficial to guarantee its quality, and even its...

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