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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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3 Practical Ways to Future-Proof Your IoT Devices

By Andrey Madan on July 10, 2019

Despite the potential for embedded devices in the IoT context, many devices are not currently required to comply with safety or security...

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New releases of Parasoft Jtest & Parasoft dotTEST 10.4.2

By Kapil Bhandari on May 21, 2019

Parasoft released the latest versions of its industry-leading Java and .NET development testing tools today, and they are filled with great new...

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Unit Testing Best Practices: How to Get the Most out of Your Test Automation

By Brian McGlauflin on May 14, 2019

Unit testing is a well-known practice, but there's lots of room for improvement! In this post, the most effective unit testing best practices,...

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How to increase Java testing ROI with Parasoft Jtest

By Kapil Bhandari on February 7, 2019

To help teams more reliably achieve quality and security at speed, enterprises can leverage Parasoft Jtest for Java testing. Learn how you can...

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Get immediate feedback about code changes using test impact analysis

By Kapil Bhandari on November 15, 2018

The quicker you can test, the quicker you can release. But you don't have to wait for the nightly/daily build to run your full suite of unit tests...

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Get More Benefits of Unit Testing with Runtime Analysis

By Kapil Bhandari on November 2, 2018

To realize the benefits of unit testing, you can observe a unit test during its execution via runtime analysis. Runtime analysis during unit test...

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Working with legacy code and 3 steps to update it

By Igor Kirilenko on October 19, 2018

When you're dealing with legacy code, you need a sustainable way to manage change. Working with legacy code can be a barrier to Agile and DevOps,...

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How to Create JUnit Parameterized Tests

By Brian McGlauflin on September 19, 2018

Parameterized tests are a good way to define and run multiple test cases, where the only difference between them is the data. Here, we look at...

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