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Data—binary code The Value of Making Your Data Sources Reusable across Test Automation Tools

Many automation tools have a mechanism for storing data used in their test scripts. Typically, the specifics of this mechanism is different across tools, making it difficult to use this data outside the tool itself. Using an external, reusable data source allows organizations to avoid the cost of migrating or duplicating existing data, thereby future-proofing their frameworks.

Paul Grizzaffi's picture Paul Grizzaffi
Volkwagen car emissions What IoT and Embedded Device Testers Can Learn from the Volkswagen Emissions Scandal

In 2015, it was discovered that Volkswagen had equipped millions of its cars with software to cheat on diesel emissions tests. It was a team of independent testers that uncovered the fraud. Jon Hagar tells testers what they can take away from the scandal and gives some recommendations to consider in order to improve the test industry for IoT and embedded systems.

Jon Hagar's picture Jon Hagar
RoboCop Building a Better RoboCop: The Stages of Software Testing

In the movie RoboCop, the cyborg law enforcement officer advised people to “Stay out of trouble.” This article focuses on ways to stay out of trouble when building a software product by following the stages of software testing, using the 1987 movie’s titular character as an example. Let’s examine each testing stage and see if we can build a better RoboCop.

Michael Mak's picture Michael Mak
Data security Test Data Privacy: Start Now to Comply with New Regulations

The key for test data privacy is fulfilling testers’ needs for efficiency, speed, and the most accurate representations of data and application behavior in the production environment, while ensuring privacy and protecting testers from unintentional hazards. Here are some tips for getting started on a test data privacy project to comply with the EU’s coming General Data Protection Regulation.

Marcin Grabinski's picture Marcin Grabinski

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