Archive for the ‘Publication’ Category

List of essential Webs

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009

Like every beginning of a new year, January has supposed an incessant appearance of lists of “essentials”. Some of them are generals like essential readings, films that you cannot miss… and some others are more specific, for example: list of applications, plug-ins….

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From QA& TEST we propose another relation of essentials with the aim of creating a very useful list for all of us: As a professional of testing and software quality… which are your reference webs?
Take part in this survey!

Embedded Control Europe, new media partner for QA&TEST

Thursday, June 12th, 2008

We are proud to present our new media partner: Embedded Control Europe, a web-site dedicated to Internet information platform for the European Embedded Market.

Embedded Control Europe

It provides its readers with comprehensive information about: products news, technical know-how, events & seminars and companies. During the conference, the assistants will have some units of Embedded Control Europe Magazine for free.

The ICTs sector will increase considerably in the next few years

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

22/05/08 – The future for the Information Technology and Communication area is promising. For growing up and being competitive, the different industrial areas will have to bet on modernization and ICTs. GAIA, the Telecommunication, Informatics and Industry Basque Association pose a challenge for 2018 that the sector will represent the 25% of the industrial GDP.

As the Information Newspaper says, the sector is this moment in a very important growth cycle with increases of 20%. Because of this, GAIA will launch a number of strategies and actions to strengthen the positioning of ICTs in local, national and international economy pushing sectors.

INFORMACION Newspaper Apil 08

Migration needs to be safe

Thursday, May 8th, 2008

29/04/08 

The rapid evolution of technology creates a high probability that at least one of those components will need to be changed years or even decades before the system itself will be retired. Such hardware changes can, in turn, trigger a need for developers to migrate system software to a new technology to ensure continued serviceability.
The migration to a new technology can be a costly, risky process that developers should avoid whenever possible. But in some cases, it is desirable for financial or inescapable reasons because of hardware obsolescence and new requirements.
If you want to read the whole article, click here  http://www.embedded-computing.com/articles/id/?3118  by Ole N. Oest

Static analysis technology improves the testing process in medical devices

Thursday, May 8th, 2008

29/04/08 

Recently, the Center for Devices and Radiological Health’s  (CDRH) Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories (OSEL) has been investigating the use of static analysis technology to assist in a post-market investigation. This article gives a brief introduction to static analysis and explains how we used this technique to detect flaws.
In the past, the only way to trace the software flaws was to manually review the source code itself. Given the complexity of modern medical-device software, this is a very difficult and time-consuming task for a third-party investigator with no prior knowledge of the software.
Know more? Read this article by Raoul Jetley and Paul Anderson http://www.embedded.com/design/207000574

Man and machine

Thursday, April 17th, 2008

Jonathan Kohl wrote this article titled man and machine, published on Better Software Magazine, December 2007. Kohl has developed many theories about the use of automation in testing. This text is worth to read and very helpful to clarify if automated testing can completely take the place of manual testing.

Read complete article.

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