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On the road with Steve Barriault: The Joys of Automated Translations

| By Steve Barriault | April 09, 2015

One of the many tasks you need to accomplish on the road, besides being your own travel agency, nurse and coach (that is, if you don't walk around enough - and in Asia at least,...

Coping with ISO 26262 Changes in the Automotive Space

Coping with ISO 26262 Changes in the Automotive Space

| By Craig Pedersen | March 27, 2015

Most industries move fast, but the automotive space’s pace over the past five years is dizzying. On the software side of the embedded automotive market, the rate of change is also accompanied by equally challenging...

Solutions like the VectorCAST and Simics integration offer organizations an approachable process for developing high quality applications.

Wind River and Vector Software Offer Engineers Continuous Integration and Massively Parallel Testing Capabilities

| By Bill McCaffrey | March 25, 2015

Luck and timing. These are the best intangibles to have when you launch a new software product, and based on the response to the new integration announcement we made at Embedded World 2015...

It's an iconic view of a city that is very much on the forefront of technology developments.

On the Road with Steve Barriault: Mystery City

| By Steve Barriault | March 17, 2015

Sometimes, when you are on the road, you are treated to splendid scenery. Even in the middle of an extremely busy day, I find it important to take a minute or two to admire the...

Vector Software's booth at Embedded World was busy, and we were pleased to see so many partners and make new friends, too.

Embedded World 2015: Embedded Software Testing, Excellent Partners and Team Collaboration for a Great Show

| By Niroshan Rajadurai | March 12, 2015

Every year at Embedded World is successful for us, but this year especially stood out because of the amazing amount of collaboration among the entire Vector Software global team – from marketing to development to...

It's said that Bangalore cools itself off by issuing thunderstorms when the temperature hits 90-95.

On the Road with Steve Barriault: Bangalore, and Change-Based Testing

| By Steve Barriault | March 05, 2015

After many days in Bangalore, I am ready to come back home. Weather here was superb, just like in southern CA. Of course, it is the end of what locals call "winter" - a nice...

The Vector Software booth was busy on day one of Embedded World, looking forward to a great day 2 at the show.

Hello from Embedded World - Day One

| By John Paliotta | February 24, 2015

Today I joined a portion of the Vector EMEA team at the Embedded World exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany. This show always has a great flow of current and prospective customers, and our FAEs did...

CES is the place technology companies show their latest and greatest applications - but what is their plan for embedded software quality?

What’s Your Software Quality Plan?

| By chris hall | February 12, 2015

Highlights from the CES 2015 show in Las Vegas included self-driving cars, smart homes and next-generation electronic wearables. The technologies in these devices contributed to the 2014 Internet of Things (IoT) surge that continues to...

On the Road with Steve Barriault: Keep Going West Until I Hit India

On the Road with Steve Barriault: Keep Going West Until I Hit India

| By Steve Barriault | February 04, 2015

This story starts with a snowstorm. I was supposed to go to Korea and then India last Tuesday. Well, let's just say, it didn't happen. If you want to know why, just take a look...

The lure of Open Source is that these tools are offered free of charge - but what is the real cost of Open Source VS. Supported Test Software?

Open Source (“Free”) VS. Supported Unit Test Software: Six Points for Building a Business Case

| By chris hall | January 29, 2015

Everyone likes the concept of free; yet there are as many warnings about the true cost of “free” as there are “free” offers. Some of them include “you get what you pay for”, a message...

South Korea, land of Superman beer - and ISO 26262 challenges

Superman Beer and Automotive Software for European, Korean, Japanese Car Manufacturers

| By Steve Barriault | January 21, 2015

Just came back from South Korea, land of...the Superman beer (no doubt an extra strong brew)! Yep, the photo was taken during this last trip in Seoul, and it certainly put a smile on...

Breaking Down Three Different Types of Code Coverage

Breaking Down Three Different Types of Code Coverage

| By Lynda Gaines | January 11, 2015

Releasing products or applications with untested code can be damaging to brand reputation, have an impact on the bottom line, and put lives at risk, especially in safety-critical industries (medical, aviation, automotive, and more). Thankfully,...