Remote development: 3 crucial best practices to help guarantee success In today’s fast-paced software industry, it’s no longer uncommon for a team to consist of
Twitter Bootstrap – The perfect platform for low budget web design OK, so it’s probably not going to come as a surprise to you to
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
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
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,
FOUR common pitfalls to avoid when defining your DevOps solution: 1. Keep a “prime” instance in a symmetric/elastic cluster. This common happens for singular periodic
10 Best Practices and Strategies for Test Automation As software projects become more complex with teams working in different places across the globe
This brief summary outlines recent thoughts about DevOps, Continuous Delivery and the process of developing embedded devices…
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Continuous feedback is fundamental when it comes to continuous delivery in DevOps. Find out why it’s a best practice for enterprises.
Although DevOps emphasizes people (and culture) over tools and processes, implementation utilizes technology. As a result, Gartner, Inc. expects strong growth opportunities for DevOps toolsets, with the total for DevOps tools reaching $2.3 billion in 2015, up 21.1 percent from $1.9 billion in 2014. In 2016, DevOps will evolve from a niche strategy employed by large cloud providers to a mainstream strategy employed by 25 percent of Global 2000 organizations.
DevOps’ constant deluge of new functionality undeniably creates a torrential disruption to traditional testing.
The 3 best practices for getting the most from your Agile efforts and your outsourced QA testing…
27 years ago, Brian May of the band Queen, wrote a little song about young person, ambitious and fighting for their goals. It starts like this: “I
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Close to one-third of developers say they are now required to issue releases multiple times a day, new survey shows.
Test automation isn’t quite as automatic as its name suggests. There’s a misconception out there that you can buy a bunch of test automation tools, set them up properly, and walk away without a second thought or worry…
Google has released a new open source test automation tool for iOS called EarlGrey. EarlGrey is a native iOS UI automation test framework that enables you to write clear, concise tests.
I was working at a financial services software company in the early days of User Interface automation frameworks.
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To advance the digital business agenda, QA organizations must break loose from their traditional bug testing shackles and embrace frictionless, full-lifecycle automation and a continuous delivery approach.
Testing is an integral part of any successful software project. In software testing, there are two main areas to complete the verification of a product. Keep on reading to find out the differences between the two…
SanDisk team up with Galil Software to open dedicated development center SanDisk, one of the world’s biggest manufacturers of flash memory solutions, have teamed up
Mobile app development is not easy by any means, but there are a few solvable pain points.
SIX killer reasons to outsource your MVP (Minimum Viable Product) You may well have sweated blood planning and designing your product to get it to
A great survey on the usage and popularity of Selenium The guys at Tellurium, who provide Web-based automated testing services, recently conducted a survey on the current
FIVE awesome reasons to keep your R&D outsourcing in Israel If you’ve been sitting on the fence recently about whether or not to outsource your
A quick walkthrough for those of you looking for more details on Selenium Grid and how to work with cloud-based solutions…
FOUR key ways in which outsourcing can align with HR goals Let’s face it, for those of you in the HR industry, successfully managing your
The ONLY way to truly maintain your legacy software… OK, we’re sure we’re hitting a nerve here when we utter the words “legacy software”…but don’t
QA Automation: Analyzing test results with Selenium Reports So I’ve built my automation framework, developed my tests and ran them. What now? How do I
Why customer support is so so crucial for SaaS vendors… If you’re anything like the SaaS companies we’ve partnered with, we can probably guess that
If you’re thinking “Legacy software maintenance – ARRRGGHHH!”, this article might just get you smiling again…
If you’re thinking “Legacy software maintenance – ARRRGGHHH!”, this article might just get you smiling again… When you quietly utter the words “legacy software” to
Google Test Automation Conference – October 29, 2014 See on Scoop.it – QA Automation News Channel The Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC) is an annual
The Test Automation Era: Can we kiss manual testing goodbye? This is an excellent post about the seemingly magic powers of the new industry leader
FIVE awesome ways Dilbert spells it out for those of us in the QA industry! In these times of trouble (in Israel things are a
How the heck do I choose the right web development framework? It’s a question we often get asked, and hey, perfectly legitimate for directors and
What exactly is Continuous Integration and Continuous Testing – and why should I bother with either of them?
What exactly is Continuous Integration and Continuous Testing – and why should I bother with either of them? Here at Galil Software, we’re widely acknowledged
FIVE Holy Commandments for Automation Agile Testers OK, so your organization is thinking of implementing Agile and QA Automation (Gawd bless them!). Start getting excited
Getting the BEST out of Agile with your Remote Team (PART II) OK, so hopefully you’ve already read Part I (if not, click here); Now
Getting the BEST out of Agile with your Remote Team (PART I) We touched previously on the successful implementation of Agile with your outsourcing team
Keys to Success and Increased Productivity with a Remote / Distributed R&D team The decision to create a remote or distributed R&D team can often
FOUR common QA Automated Testing mistakes we’ll help you avoid Once you’ve decided to go down the road of automated testing, be aware that it’s
Selenium Web Test Automation Framework Best Practices See on Scoop.it – QA Automation I would like to know your comments on best practices developing web
Five signs you’re not agile; you’re actually mini-waterfall See on Scoop.it – QA Automation I’ve noticed a lot of projects call themselves agile when in
Exploring the QA Automation market in Israel Q1 2013 In Q1 2013, we conducted research on the latest trends and direction of QA automation, one of
How to successfully run remote Agile testing with an outsourcing team Agile testing has become a crucial part of the production process for many companies today.
How to choose the right Software Outsourcing Partner (Part 2) Continuing on from our previous post, which introduced the basic factors behind choosing the right
How to choose the right Software Outsourcing Partner (Part 1) The choice to outsource is never an easy one for most R&D executives. However, due