It was late 2005. I was preparing for my new job at Qentinel, a small software quality assurance shop. My future team members were each presenting those big, important, and exciting things they thought I should know before I officially start as the CEO of Qentinel in January 2006.
At 16th of February 2021 we received a message late in the evening from one of our developers that one of our build pipelines was failing mysteriously and without clear cause, when fetching our own internal libraries. “That’s strange, as nothing should have been changed in the last week in those libraries”. I remember thinking.
Test architecture means the way you put together all those things you need in testing. Depending on what you test, where, and how, the test architecture may be simple or complex, ad-hoc or well-thought. Most often than not, test architectures are not thought of, they just emerge.
International experts for software quality cooperate in the GFFT Software Lab. Qentinel, a leading specialist in test automation, and the GFFT (Society for the Promotion of Research Transfer) are launching a consortium project on "Software Testing in the Automotive Cloud" in 2021. The aim is to develop practice-oriented solutions for the special challenges of connected driving. Interested software testers, software developers and automotive engineers are cordially invited to exchange personal experiences. Several (online) workshops are planned for 2021, focusing around Android Automotive, Adaptive Autosar and Test Automation in the Cloud.
"If someone asks me what cloud computing is, I'll simply tell them that it's a better way to run your business." Salesforce founder Marc Benioff.