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Tricentis expands scriptless test automation capabilities in Tosca 11.1

Continuous testing platform provider Tricentis announced the release of Tricentis Tosca 11.1 with new scriptless test automation capabilities. The latest version features new testing enhancements for SAP environments, mobile devices, business intelligence and data warehouses. The enhancements are designed to provide increased risk coverage. With the new release, Tricentis Tosca supports SAP WinGUI 7.5, has … continue reading

What edge do you have over other companies that provide continuous testing services?

Jeff Scheaffer, general manager of continuous delivery, CA Technologies To achieve true continuous testing, it’s not sufficient to take a piecemeal approach. Your ability to deliver—and test software—will only be as fast as the weakest link in your toolchain. That means testing has to occur early, often, and incorporate all aspects of security, performance, functional … continue reading

Continuous testing enables the promise of Agile

In a time when software must be released on shorter and shorter cycles, there needs to be a way to make every step of the process faster. No longer can developers build and then wait until they are finished to test everything. In order to stay ahead in this digital world, organizations must look to … continue reading

Testing catches up to the pace of development

In the past, testing has been an afterthought. These days, as development cycles get shorter and shorter, there has been a push to test earlier in the development process. There are many types of testing out there, but the ones that really held a presence this year were those related to DevOps: continuous, automated, and … continue reading

Protecting humankind from AI, a new Project Ara MDK, and a Windows Phone app developer contest—SD Times news digest: Jan. 13, 2015

Members of the Future of Life Institute, a “research and outreach organization working to mitigate existential risks facing humanity,” has signed an open letter pledging to protect humankind from the dangers of artificial intelligence. The signatories, including Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk, consist of programmers, scientists, and artificial intelligence researchers from universities and tech giants … continue reading

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