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5 Tips for Static and Dynamic Analysis in Medical Device Software

By Andrey Shastin on October 8, 2019

As cybersecurity is becoming a strong FDA focus with specific requirements around static and dynamic code analysis, engineers must automate those...

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What is Artificial Intelligence in Software Testing?

By Igor Kirilenko on October 3, 2019

One of the most recent buzzwords in the software development industry is artificial intelligence. But what does it really mean? How does AI in the...

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What is Parasoft Selenic?

By Chris Colosimo on October 1, 2019

Today we released Parasoft Selenic, a brand-new product focused on solving today’s common UI testing challenges. Learn how it works and how you...

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The Merger of MISRA C++ and AUTOSAR C++: A Roundtable Discussion

By Parasoft on September 26, 2019

The Motor Industry Software Reliability Association (MISRA) announced the future merging of MISRA C++ and AUTOSAR C++, the two leading...

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How to Tackle Your Backlog of Static Analysis Warnings and Technical Debt

By Billy McMullin on September 19, 2019

After static analysis tools have been integrated into the everyday workflow of the development team, the next phase is working to reduce the...

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Follow the Path of the Test Pyramid to Achieve Continuous Testing

By Mark Lambert on September 11, 2019

As software development grows more complex with things like microservices, containers, and APIs, and the demand for faster releases increases,...

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Taking the Negativity out of Negative Testing

By Jessica Lavoie on September 5, 2019

Misconceptions often lead to testers getting the bad rap of "breaking" the software. Developers and stakeholders might call that negative testing,...

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Test Smarter Not Harder: Shift Testing Left and Right with Test Impact Analysis

By Mark Lambert on August 28, 2019

Test impact analysis means focusing testing specifically on changes made during each iteration, and testing exactly what needs to be tested,...

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When Does Software Composition Analysis (SCA) replace SAST or DAST?

By Arthur Hicken on August 22, 2019

The short answer is never. There, I just saved you enough time that you can go and do the right thing and run SAST and DAST and work on hardening...

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