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April 6, 2017
Joseph Karkaby

Meet Joseph Karkaby from Galil!

Meet Joseph Karkaby from Galil! My name is Joseph Karkaby. After 4 years working at Comverse, followed by another 7 years at Galil Software – where I worked on a variety of Web-related products – I recently launched the Web Project department at Galil Software.   For a number of […]
April 2, 2017
Stuck Transactions SQL server

How we resolved stuck DB transactions in SQL Server

How we resolved stuck DB transactions in SQL Server (2014) Rafi Daskalo Upon encountering stuck transactions in the SQL server (2014) DB, we had to perform some intensive in-depth analysis to uncover the source of the problem.   Since most of the transactions were NHibernate transactions, it was very difficult to find the […]
January 26, 2017
software testing tip

A Quick Tip about QA Automation Consideration

  A quick tip about consideration you should make before automating your testing David Zonsheine What’s your R&D ratio of QA engineers / software engineers? The industry standard still ranges from 1/3 to 1/4. This means that an R&D team consisting of 20 members is split to 4/5QA engineers and […]
December 20, 2016
software outsourcing best practices

Software Development Outsourcing Best Practices

  Deciding to Outsource development?   Part 2: Best practices.   Ameen Abu Leil   For many companies, the decision to outsource software development makes sense. They might not have the resources to support an in-house development team, and even if they did, it can be difficult to attract and […]
December 4, 2016

Top reasons to outsource your software development

  Deciding to Outsource development?   Here’s Your Decision-Making Matrix.   Ameen Abu Leil is VP of Galil Software R&D business unit. He builds development groups for a long list of well recognize companies for more than 5 years.   For many companies, the decision to outsource software development makes sense. They […]
November 22, 2016
minimizing changes efforts

5 Ways to Minimize QA Automation maintenance efforts with ongoing product changes

Amir Najjar Automation Developers are often too familiar with what they consider, the annoying maintenance effort, which needs to be done on a regular basis, especially in a technological era where everything moves in the fast lane; However, there are always a bunch of things that can be done in […]
November 5, 2016

QA Automation Latest Trends

David Zonsheine   Recently we Talked with some of our customers about QA Automation trends. We were trying to figure out the latest trends of QA Automation based on personal experience from different verticals. We came up with some important insights.   Here are a few observations you should be aware […]
October 10, 2016
product management meetup

Meetup Invitation: Continuous Deployment and QA Automation

Continuous Deployment and QA Automation – SimilarWeb Case Study   You can RSVP right here! Tuesday, November 1, 2016 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM   Campus TLV   Yigal Alon 98 Electra tower, 34th floor Tel Aviv-Yafo Agenda:   18:30 – 19:00 Gathering and Networking 19:00 – 19:05 Ruti Melamed Shneorson, […]
October 10, 2016

FOUR common pitfalls to avoid when defining your DevOps solution

Common pitfalls: 1. Keep a “prime” instance in a symmetric/elastic cluster. This common happens for singular periodic tasks, special file/api servers, cluster managers. This pattern goes against elasticity and holds back the development in many cases, in addition to being hard to track in production. There are several solutions here, […]
September 25, 2016
qa automation

10 Best Practices and Strategies for Test Automation

  10 Best Practices and Strategies for Test Automation   As software projects become more complex with teams working in different places across the globe on the same project, test methods are changing rapidly to support this way of work. In order to build a solid software test strategy its […]