The end of the year for each company is a time for reviewing progress. 2015, the year that is behind us, is not an exception. Last month, Auriga’s General Manager, Vyacheslav Vanyulin, summed up the most important business achievements for the company – new clients, exciting sophisticated projects, recognition from the professional community, the opening of a new development center, and the start of strategic projects and collaboration programs with leading Russian universities.
We’ve decided that that review lacked information about the most important thing – our passion for programming, creating complex products and solutions, and the implementation of new practices and methodologies. We asked our experts to tell us what technologies and trends were the driving forces of the IT market in 2015 and how well Auriga fared in relation to them. Continue reading
A few of Auriga’s testing professionals passed the ISTQB® (International Software Testing Qualifications Board) exam and received an ISTQB® certificate. Currently, six more engineers are preparing for the ISTQB® Certified Tester exam.
The ISTQB®, founded in 2002, is an international organization promoting the value of software testing processes and regulating the content of certification programs and exams. Today, the ISTQB® Certified Tester program, consisting of three levels (Foundation, Advanced, and Expert), is one of the most popular certification programs for testing professionals. Over 350,000 testing experts from all over the world have already received certificates. Continue reading
Andrey Pronin, Auriga’s SVP of Strategy, Technology, and Marketing, has written an article about tried-and-true practices for testing embedded software where he discusses the importance of a highly organized testing process. Continue reading
Auriga engineers performed a comprehensive set of automated test suites for industry’s first Hot Swap and High Availability package. The test suites exercised operation of various hardware and software components of Motorola’s CPX8216 high availability chassis, which operated under control of the Hot Swap and High Availability LynxOS package. Continue reading
Development and implementation of a complex testing framework for sophisticated critical care products for the worldwide leader in medical device manufacturing.
The key features of the project include:
- 100% coverage of functional test cases
- 100% coverage of regression automated tests scripts
- The integration framework with automated testing tools protocols
- Definition of the test specifications and manual test implementation
- Design and implementation of complex automated testing frameworks based on Rational Robot and CppUnit unit testing library
- Design and implementation of several debugging and inspecting tools
- Implementation of Unit tests in accordance with high-level component requirements
- Integration of resulted products into Customers components environment
Tools and technologies: С++; XML; MVS 2003; CppUnit; Rational Robot; Team city; SCRUM Works
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