Code Coverage and On-Target Testing Evaluation

Code Coverage and On-Target Testing Evaluation

Bill McCaffrey

Last week we spent two days conducting an on-site product evaluation. The client we are working with is a well-known electronics manufacturer that develops and markets devices for mobile, gaming, and music applications

We were able to establish the following core set of goals and metrics...

Red Hat Guy

"Not everyone is like you guys ..."

John Paliotta

Hello from the UK.

This week I was out visiting customers across the UK and Ireland. Over the year I try to meet with a broad cross-section of customers all over the world. The point of my visits is to discuss VectorCAST usage, solicit customer ideas for new functionality, and to share...

Using VectorCAST to Prevent the Next Heartbleed

Using VectorCAST to Prevent the Next Heartbleed

Ryan Lavering

Software industry analysts have called Heartbleed the most notorious bug released in the digital age. In his blog article,...

Where Did My Error Code Go?

Where Did My Error Code Go?

Ryan Lavering

The other day, I helped a customer debug an interesting problem with one of his test cases. No matter what he did to set up input values, the code stubbornly refused to traverse one of the error checking cases in his function. The example code below is similar to what we were trying to test:...

VectorCAST Users Span Generations

VectorCAST Users Span Generations

Michael Rielly

Recently one of our account managers spoke with a developer interested in evaluating VectorCAST. He was referred to us by one of our customers -- a longtime VectorCAST user for almost 9 years. Referrals are not an uncommon occurrence for us as many of...

How stable is your embedded software test tool?

How stable is your embedded software test tool?

Michael Rielly

Last week we met with an IT services company that has been evaluating VectorCAST.

The company provides analysis, software design, systems engineering, and quality assurance to development organizations. Their clients come from diverse fields such as automation systems, avionics,...

Regression Testing and Test Repeatability

Regression Testing and Test Repeatability

Lynda Gaines

I visited two railway customers last week who are working towards compliance with EN 50128 – the development standard for software for railway control and protection systems....

Steve Barriault: Korean car

My new Korean car

Steve Barriault

After ten years of reliable driving, I finally decided to buy a new car. Like many people I want a car that "looks" like me. For me, this means a car loaded with electronics. I guess this is because I am always working with Automotive software. I like to see it in action outside the of...

Happy Customers

Happy Customers

Lynda Gaines

I visited with three projects this week in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. One thing each had in common was that they had an internal champion pushing for the adoption of formal unit testing processes and tools, as well as the benefits of continuous integration and regression testing that they will...

Ada: “I’m not dead yet.”

Ada: “I’m not dead yet.”

John Paliotta

With deference to Monty Python for the title, it is becoming apparent to me that there is an increased interest in Ada. A great example of this is a discussion that I had with a major avionics customer during a visit...

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