October 27, 2010

I spent two weeks in India visiting clients and prospects. Clients came from a number of industries like civilian aerospace, automotive and telecom. Lots of auto clients strategizing what to do about ISO 26262. The temperature was comfortable - not too warm, not too humid. It was especially nice in Bangalore, which is located relatively high above sea level. I also saw that the metro system is progressively falling in place. I can't wait to try it - we have several clients in the Bangalore area and traffic is a major issue (Indians will readily confirm this). Based on previous experience, a metro will really help move things along (pun intended). I also took this picture during a... Continue reading »

Posted by Steve Barriault in VectorCAST In Action

October 25, 2010

I visited a long term customer in Toronto this week that has developed a really sophisticated test environment built on top of VectorCAST/Ada, VectorCAST/C++, and multiple different target RSPs. They have been a customer for more than 10 years and have built a really interesting test environment which allows them to automatically run the same tests on a variety of live hardware boards. Their infrastructure provides similar functionality to that provided by... Continue reading »

Posted by John Paliotta in VectorCAST In Action

October 22, 2010

Are there designs that you should avoid using in unit tests? The answer is going to vary depending on your particular source code, but setting up your tests carefully will make them easier to maintain! If you are interested in some examples, James Carr came up with a list of test anti-patterns.

Posted by Shelly Chang in Coding Standards