February 11, 2015

5 Reasons to Consider an Image Recognition Testing Tool

There’s an ongoing debate in the applications development world on whether front end or back end testing is the most effective method. However, the discussion shouldn’t be just about where the testing takes place, but rather about the ease of use and effectiveness of the tool. Traditional testing […]
January 26, 2013

The Killer App Finale

Last week I posted The Killer App, the story of a real software project with a cliff-hanger, pick-a-path ending.  It’s time to close the loop. “The Killer App” was a project that was not just late, but hopeless; a claims processing system that could not process a single claim […]
January 18, 2013

The Killer App

We called it the Killer App, and, for the insurance industry, it was magic. At least, it was supposed to be. Forget waiting two weeks to get an explanation of benefits from the insurance company, two more to get a bill, then two hours on the phone to figure […]
October 10, 2012

Understanding the difference between total users and concurrent users.

Many of our clients have enterprise applications that are accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  Their applications may be accessed remotely from all over the world.  In such cases, total users could number in the thousands. When configuring a test plan for our clients we […]
February 25, 2011

Finding JVM Compatibility with a Java Test

Testing Java application to uncover Java Virtual Memory – JVMs compatibility: Often problems with JVMs are related to incompatible configurations or versions with the application that uses the JVM or the environment for which the JVM is running. You might be facing a problem where you are using […]