Software testing blogs, thought pieces, bright ideas, customer stories, applications and technical insights from Original Software.
“Don’t take our jobs !” “I want to code, you can’t stop me !” “Automation isn’t meant to be easy – that’s why you need me !” In the same way that in some parts of the United States, idiots
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With the help of solutions from Original Software and without any need to invest in costly specialist programming skills this major UK merchanting business has hit the ground running on their road to test automation, converting 120 recordings into scripts,
Well obviously it’s a myth. But that said, why do many still seek it? It is still perceived to be the Holy Grail of testing and keeps millions of people in gainful employment every day and to an extent that
This is probably not the perfect analogy, because at some point you will have to stop and change the tyre. But it may be if you don’t do it quickly, there will be a much nastier outcome and expense. The
Last month I was in Denmark at a leading European carpet manufacturer to train and consult on Qualify, our application quality management solution and TestDrive, our 100% code-free test automation product. Their business systems are a mix of Infor M3
2017 was the year HP themselves moved on from QC/ALM through their disposal of this business to the British company, Micro Focus. These venerable products have only evolved slowly but they have been re-branded many times and you may know
I’m not going to name any names, that would be inappropriate. This is a true story about a brand that I know, I use and I value which is in a tailspin that it might never recover from (I do
The value of Micro Focus has dropped by more than 55% triggered by the announcement that revenues were forecast to fall between 6% and 9%. The perceived wisdom is that this was due to the difficulties in integrating the $6.6bn purchase of