• Software quality measurement using fixed set of measures

    by  • June 11, 2013

    This school of thought takes the basic point of view that there is a set of measures that can be developed, validated, and subsequently applied everywhere. Being the most traditional approach, it has led to the software engineering community being very active in developing a large number of measures for various purposes. Fenton and...

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    Distributed Software Development

    by  • May 31, 2013

    Global software development has emerged as a discipline in response to the challenges and complexities of developing software over distance and has grown substantially since the early years of the 21st century (Damian and Moitra 2006). The most frequently cited challenges are those related to communication, coordination and control in global projects (Ó Conchúir,...

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    Emerging QA trends

    by  • May 20, 2013

    Following the fast paced evolution of software platforms, services and devices, the software testing paradigm is changing as well. With regards to quality assurance, several new trends are worth keeping an eye on: – Mobile usability & performance With the growing popularity of mobile apps, new front-ends and more secure data transfers need to...

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    Automated software quality assurance market

    by  • January 10, 2013

    The automated software quality assurance market is a subset of Application Lifecycle Management market. It typically includes test management, automated stress and load testing, and automated functional and regression testing. However, software quality comprises of much broader set of activities than these. Other areas include test data selection and management, unit testing, security and...

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