Safety-critical software development standards, as such as DO178B/C (aerospace), ISO 26262 (automotive), EN-50128 (railway), and IEC 61508 (functional safety), require that manufacturers prove...

Re-use of legacy code is a reality, but re-using legacy code in a safety critical software project and achieving full MISRA C 2012 compliance is a daunting task. 

The original MISRA principles...

When you decide it’s time to, say, go on a diet, you might ask different people that have been successful in weight loss what they did to get healthy. And you will probably get an answer like, “...

One of the key tenets of agile is ensuring shippable quality of incremental deliverables while responding to changing requirements. But the challenge of balancing the testing of new functionality...

Most development teams will agree that, although they don't like it, unit testing is, in fact, extremely valuable. Despite the many tools that help with manual test creation, creating and maintaining...

I recently wrote about how easy it is to fall into the trap of chasing code coverage percentages, which led to a good amount of discussion, so I thought I would take a deeper dive into code...

The latest versions of Parasoft SOAtest and Parasoft Virtualize (9.10.4) and the Continuous Testing Platform (3.1.1) were released this week! We were happy to release some exciting new features,...

Measurement of code coverage is one of those things that always catches my attention. On the one hand, I often find that organizations don’t necessarily know how much code they are covering during...

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