Follow the test pyramid to continuous testing

As software development grows more complex — microservices, containers, APIs, — and demand for faster releases increases, testing as usual can be seen as a clumsy, out-of-place step in the delivery process.  Organizations that have adopted Agile development and DevOps methodologies know that testing has to keep pace, and are finding that tools that don’t … continue reading

Tricentis automation @ DevOps speed

Remember the old adage: “Speed, Cost, Quality– pick any two?”  This tradeoff is no longer an option. With digital transformation initiatives driving DevTest teams to scale Agile and adopt DevOps, all three vectors must be addressed. This requires a fundamental shift in how you approach testing. It’s not a matter of acquiring more or better … continue reading

Taking the LEAD in digital image integration

Handling digital images, integrating them into applications, dealing with different form designs and easily setting OCR language during recognition, are just a few of the issues developers need great tools for. LEAD Technologies, Inc., founded in 1990, and headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., has as its foundation product LEADTOOLS, which continues to be the market leader … continue reading

Becoming Agile in the knowledge economy

How do organizations effectively identify, plan and sequence work across the whole enterprise and across product portfolios, especially in the knowledge economy and new way of working? And how do you then have proper management and governance of that? These questions are top of mind in an Agile world and questions Rally Software from Broadcom … continue reading

Modernize mainframe apps through Agile

Agile software development is well understood, and the benefits are clear. In the world of software development for mainframes, the benefits are there but there has been some resistance to adopting Agile practices. RELATED CONTENT:  The new age of Agile: Evolving from teams to the entire business  Enabling Agile on the enterprise mainframe “There’s not … continue reading

SD Times August 2019

SD Times August 2019

The SD Times August 2019 issue is here. This issue features articles on moving to the cloud, low-code for mobile, and the new age of Agile.         Read on to learn more… … continue reading

premium SD Times July 2019

The latest issue of SD is now available. The July issue features a deeper look into no-code/low-code, how to reskill developers for a new software landscape, and how to make the right web development choices.         Read the latest issue now … continue reading

premium SD Times June 2019

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. The June issue features a look back on the first year of the GDPR, the lack of diversity in the tech industry, and the final part of our deeper look into continuous testing.               Read on to learn more… … continue reading

premium SD Times May Issue

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. The May issue features insight on how serverless gives developers more power, how to implement continuous testing throughout the development life cycle, and why value stream management is important.                   Read on to learn more… … continue reading

Quantum computing, CloudOps, smart home solutions and more from the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show

The annual Consumer Electrics Shows (CES) kicked off this week in Las Vegas with businesses from around the world coming together and showing off their latest and greatest technology. Here are some of the announcements and devices that stood out to us the most: IBM reveals commercial quantum computing IBM unveiled its IBM Q System … continue reading

Software predictions for 2019

Thought leaders weigh in on what we can expect from the software development industry in 2019: Abby Kearns, executive director at Cloud Foundry Foundation 2019 will be a year of consolidation in the cloud ecosystem, from startups to publicly traded companies. The recent enormous acquisitions we’ve seen across the industry – such as IBM and … continue reading

Companies to Watch in 2019

It is that time of the year again where we announce the companies we are keeping an eye on next year. Some of these companies may go above and beyond expectations while others may crash and burn. Nevertheless, here are the companies we think you should pay attention to in 2019: Applitools WHAT THEY DO: … continue reading

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