JBoss Fights to Retain Its Title in the Testing Tools Category
Quality assurance tests play an important role in the process of creating software products. Measures ensuring the quality of a software product meets the requirements are welcome in every step of creating the software product. Testing is one of the final and most important steps in creating a software product.
Then better quality products were developed with broader and deeper testing coverage, taking less time to test and reducing quality-related costs. The current state-of-the-practice, referred to as “Software Testing 3.0”, is now emerging. Software Testing 3.0 offers the culture, methodologies, beliefs, and techniques that will enable software testing to truly deliver the full potential of quality engineering, test automation and global resources. Software testing is finally evolving to a point where it can meet and exceed management expectations. The global software testing market is worth USD $13 billion today.
Saltmarch Media's annual Great Indian Developer Awards honors software products across 12 categories, based on their productivity, innovation excellence, universal usefulness, simplicity, functionality and most importantly on the ground feedback from India’s software developer ecosystem. In the testing tools Category, the final shortlist consists of Klockwork’s Insight, VMLogix LabManager, Microsoft’s Visual Studio Team System 2008 Test Edition, JUnit.Org and JBoss Profiler. Borland’s SilkTest was the first product to win in this category in 2008 followed by JBoss Profiler in the 2009 chapter of the same awards.
If there is a particular change and testing tool that you personally endorse to your colleagues or you evangelize about them at the first opportunity you get, here is your chance to vote for it (voting closes April 10 2010) and see it win this prestigious award. Who knows? You could win along with it too. At the end of the voting process, a lucky draw will be conducted and one person will receive a surprise gift from our prize sponsor. So visit the 2010 Great Indian Developer Awards website and cast your vote. It counts!