Chris Colosimo

Chris Colosimo
Chris Colosimo is a service virtualization and API testing subject matter expert focusing on Continuous testing at speed. He is a Sr. Technical Consultant with Parasoft, whose primary role is Enterprise strategy and deployment of the Continuous Testing Platform across the major organizations. Chris is obsessed with SDLC acceleration through automation. He works with developers and testers to discover constraints, evolve processes, and facilitate the change management required to adopt agile and DevOps principals throughout the organization.

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We released Parasoft SOAtest  and  Parasoft Virtualize 9.10.3! The updates  focus on four specific areas: 

  1. Integrating continuous testing and service virtualization into your existing continuous...

There’s something magical about a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The earthiness of the peanut butter mixed with the tanginess of the jelly creates a whole new flavor that doesn’t exist anywhere...

There’s nothing more frustrating for a developer than having to continuously rebuild things from scratch. A core principle in object-oriented design is being able to create an object or a...

While helping with functional test automation deployments at two different health insurance providers, I discovered some commonalities in their challenges stemming from EDI data:

  1. Most EDI...

Data is a Cost Problem

One of the major challenges that software developers and testers face on a daily basis stems from an inability to get realistic data. Many times as a developer, you are...

On Sunday, the Game of Thrones season 7 premiere will become available for millions of rabid fans. Last season’s finale was watched by over 8.9 million people (a record for HBO), and apparently if...

After launching the Community Edition of Parasoft Virtualize back in February (which gives users the ability to create virtual test labs for free!), this week we released SOAtest and Virtualize...

A common development challenge is accurately scoping the amount of effort required when creating new applications. This can occur when an application’s requirements are first being designed, or...

In my last blog post about service virtualization, I discussed testing using a virtual response to simulate application behavior that was still evolving or not yet available. Today I’m addressing...

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