Most IT-organizations nowadays are working in an Agile or DevOps way.
Smart software. It’s everywhere. It’s changing the way we work, manufacture, communicate, entertain ourselves, manage our health, money, fitness, and more.
In a recent interview with a Dutch newspaper Tamar de Waal explains the results of her research in Dutch policies for integration of immigrants and refugees in Dutch society.
Lately there’s been an increase of interest in the application of social sciences to IT topics.
TMap® HD was introduced to meet the testing challenges that modern agile organization face.
TMap was modernized for several reasons. One of them is to embrace Agile.
In this previous blog I mentioned two innovations of TMap HD:
Previously I discussed concerns over developing ethical AI systems and used Microsoft’s chatbot Tay as an example.
Testers nowadays are generally acknowledged as valuable members of an Agile or DevOps team.
Since before prehistoric times people have always tended to organize themselves under leaders, from chieftains, kings and emperors to presidents.
Recently there has been an increase in media attention given to unethical behavior by autonomous IT systems.
As the DevOps trend goes on and transformations are in full-swing I stumbled upon the zero touch trend.
For most of my testing career I never needed to think about Infrastructure. It was simply “there” to make sure the actual test object could be functionally tested.
By now you have undoubtedly heard of the whole Agile trend or working in Scrum teams.
An Internet of Things (IoT) solution is built up from items that together create new functionality. The separate elements form an IoT ecosystem.
As the world around us keeps spinning, every spin brings change, some small, some disruptive, some life changing.
Often when I introduce myself as a SAP test manager, I get the question: why are you a SAP test manager?
The 31th of march this year was a notable moment for the tmap.net site.
The promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) is growing by the day.
A Dutch poet, Riekus Waskowsky, once wrote a poem that translates to English like this:
Writing poetry is like cooking,
Last year, when I was in Australia, I visited a test team and one of the testers talked about the shakedown test. I hadn’t heard that one before (have you?).
Sogeti in the Netherlands made a play of the first chapter of 'Neil's quest for quality', the TMap HD Story.
Test automation is often perceived as expensive or difficult. But it shouldn’t be. There is a lot of automation software that is easy to learn, cheap or even free to use.
The SogetiLabs team consists of a bunch of IT people with a wide variety of expertise and background. But due to the nature of our company testers are a significant part of it.
Last October Sogeti introduced three innovations: The TMap Suite, The new tmap.net containing the buil