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Why Software Testers Can't Test

By Parasoft on September 25, 2014

64% of testers currently spend little to no time creating automated tests ?!? By Noel Wurst, Managing Editor at Skytap (This article was...

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[INFOGRAPHIC] How to Make Software Testing Faster and Cheaper

By Parasoft on September 11, 2014

A recent survey asking software developers, testers, and performance test engineers a series of questions about their access to test environments...

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Creating Complete Dev/Test Environments in the Cloud

By Parasoft on August 14, 2014

You can't truly accelerate the SDLC without a dependable continuous testing process. Evolving from automated to continuous testing requires...

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[CASE STUDY] API Testing and Service Virtualization Reduce Testing Time 20X

By Parasoft on May 14, 2014

The Challenge: Accelerating Testing in Parallel and Agile Development Environments Ignis Asset Management is a global asset management company,...

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Theresa Lanowitz on Solving Age-Old Problems in the Enterprise [Guest Blog]

By Parasoft on March 20, 2014

By Noel Wurst, Managing Editor at Skytap This article was originally published on the Skytap Blog Noel: Hello, this is Noel Wurst with Skytap and...

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Top 10 Service Virtualization Questions from Gartner AADI 2013

By Parasoft on December 5, 2013

Service Virtualization FAQs Parasoft has been showcasing our Service Virtualization solution at Gartner AADI this week. Since there's been so...

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How service virtualization helped Comcast release software faster — thoroughly-tested and at a lower total cost

By Parasoft on November 13, 2013

In this Q&A with Parasoft, we asked Frank Jennings, TQM Performance Director at Comcast, to share his service virtualization experiences using ...

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8 Software Testing Demons that Service Virtualization Can Exorcise

By Parasoft on October 29, 2013

Ever had a frightful encounter with the following testing demons? They tend to lurk around complex interconnected systems, just waiting to wreak...

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