Topic: bugs

Rookout teams up with AppDynamics team up on Deep Code Insights

Next-gen developer platform provider Rookout and APM solution provider AppDynamics are teaming up to help developers find and fix bugs. According to the companies, AppDynamics alerts developers of any issues while Rookout helps developers debug those issues.  As part of the partnership, Rookout will be integrated into AppDynamics to create AppDynamics Deep Code Insights.  “It’s … continue reading

Computer scientists tackle performance regressions with new tool

Researchers from Texas A&M University have teamed up with computer scientists from Intel Labs to create a tool that will help identify the source of software bugs. According to the researchers, software updates are supposed to make applications run faster, but sometimes they end up doing the opposite. Bugs known as performance regressions pop up … continue reading

DeepCode reveals the top security issues plaguing software developers

DeepCode has revealed the most important bugs as well as the top security vulnerabilities. The analysis comes from the company’s AI-powered code review tool, which analyzed hundreds of thousands of open-source projects to narrow down the vulnerabilities that happen with the most frequency.  According to the analysis, file I/O corruptions are the biggest general issue … continue reading

Sauce Labs unveils Continuous Testing Cloud

Sauce Labs is introducing a new solution to provide better insights into app failures, and expedite fixes. The Continuous Testing Cloud is designed to enable developers to deliver high quality applications more efficiently with instant access to test coverage and analytics. “The Sauce Labs Continuous Testing Cloud meets the challenges of today’s competitive market by … continue reading

Udacity-Didi self-driving car challenge, Collabnet releases TeamForge 17.1, and Bugsnag supports Code Push for React Native—SD Times news digest: March 9, 2017

Self-driving car enthusiasts can join the Udacity-Didi self-driving car challenge, which focuses on a core feature of self-driving cars: the Automated Safety and Awareness Processing Stack (ASAPS). ASAPS identifies stationary and moving objects from a moving car, and it uses data that includes radar objects, camera images and frames, and Velodyne’s point cloud, according to … continue reading

Rainforest QA’s new exploratory testing product taps into ‘elite’ testing crowd

Building test coverage and finding bugs can bog down traditional QA organizations, which is why Rainforest QA’s newest solution focuses on those two time-consuming activities. This exploratory testing product aims to expand test coverage and discover issues faster, so more bugs can be found and less pressure is put on development teams. Rainforest QA, a … continue reading

Sauce Lab’s 2017 testing report, LogicHub’s approach to threat detection, and Google open-sources Chrome on iOS—SD Times news digest: Feb. 1, 2017

Developers and testing professionals want to speed up deployment times, but bugs are holding them back, according to a new report. Sauce Labs has released “Testing Trends in 2017: A Survey of Software Professionals,” which examined trends in web and mobile apps. The report revealed that 28% of respondents want to deploy hourly, but no … continue reading

Bugsee comes out of stealth, Google tests Android Instant Apps, and Zephyr releases ZAPI add-on—SD Times news digest: Jan. 24, 2016

A newly launched company, Bugsee, wants to help developers build and maintain bug-free apps. As part of its launch, it announced a bug reporting and crash analytics tool for mobile app developers that captures video of user interactions so developers can see what leads to bugs or crashes. “We think of Bugsee as the flight … continue reading

Verily’s Debug Project, Nexedi to sue Apple, and Verizon wants a discount from Yahoo—SD Times news digest: Oct. 7, 2016

Verily is stepping up its debugging game by focusing on eliminating a real, dangerous bug: the mosquito. At the end of 2014, Google started exploring what it could do about problems caused by mosquitos. At the same time, Verily (initially Google Life Sciences) was founded to solve the problems of preventing disease on a global scale, … continue reading

Researchers develop new bug-finding technique, Nike open-sources software, and Google potentially developing Android Wear devices—SD Times news digest: July 7, 2016

Bug-finding software can determine if there are potential vulnerabilities in computer programs, but there is no way to figure out how many go unnoticed. Researchers at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering collaborated with the MIT Lincoln Laboratory and Northeastern University to take a new approach to this problem. The technique intentionally adds … continue reading

Guest View: The hidden hazards of squashing Git commits

Since the introduction of GitHub’s awesome new “squash and merge” functionality, there’s a whole lot more squashing going on. With UI-level access to this Git power-user feature, more teams are squashing commits to make code review easier and provide a cleaner-looking history in tools like gitk or SourceTree. But squashing for the sake of creating … continue reading

TechExcel’s new version of DevSuite 10.0 speeds up delivery, development

Since the constant change of requirements in a life cycle can be overwhelming for development teams, TechExcel, a provider of application life-cycle management (ALM) solutions, announced the latest version of DevSuite to help teams speed up development life-cycle activities. DevSuite 10.0 simplifies requirements traceability through the entire life cycle, including development, testing, bug fixes and … continue reading

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