Software testing is a field that gained currency in the late 90s and ’00s for different reasons. As people moved from client-server to web applications, it got a new life as software systems will behave differently. Software testing was re-invigorated with Web 2.0. Subsequently, it was in focus again with mobile applications and tailoring user experience for mobile devices. Lately, focus on software testing is again on the go with new architectural patterns including micro services architecture. Model-driven testing and behavior-driven development have been other testing approaches that have influenced the overall industry. Today, cloud-based applications (such as Salesforce) that can scale on-demand and cloud-based storage are in vogue; these require not-so-different test practices. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: January 2019
Times are changing; this has been a term in use since the rapid progress of humanity since the 18th century. Today, it can be used even on a daily basis. Technology remains the cornerstone through which humanity evolves, it is now embedded in every single part of our lives today and imagining a future without it would be quite challenging. This is why going forward, there is always going to be a discussion about its impact and how it will change as time comes.