Free trial

[Videocast] The profiq Chat: Tipping Points For When It’s Time to Switch From Manual To Automated QA In Software Development

Welcome to the second of our series of videocasts (a podcast with video content) where we talk about a variety of topics including trends in agile software development, QA, how to hire and develop skilled software developers, and life at profiq.

In this videocast, Gabor Puhalla, profiq’s co-founder and CEO talks about identifying when companies will benefit most from automating their testing and QA in software development. Key topics we explore are:

1. The Goals for automating software testing and QA
2. The most common tipping points for when companies can no longer keep up manual testing, and automating QA is the best solution
3. The types of projects that are best suited for automation
4. The key benefits to automating QA in software development

We hope you enjoy this segment.

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLc7Bg80xgE&w=560&h=315]

 

Other Content You May Like:

[Videocast] The profiq Chat – How profiq Builds Technically Skilled QA Teams For Our Clients

[LinkedIn Post] Building Trust Remotely

Could Agile Software Companies Benefit From Hiring An International Software Engineering Team? Consider The Pros And Cons

We Choose Clients Who Are On The Same Page As Us

software engineering software qa test automation testing

Leave a Reply

Related articles

JSON

Let’s make LLMs generate JSON!

In this article, we are going to talk about three tools that can, at least in theory, force any local LLM to produce structured output: LM Format Enforcer, Outlines, and Guidance. After a short description of each tool, we will evaluate their performance on a few test cases ranging from book recommendations to extracting information from HTML. And the best for the end, we will show you how forcing LLMs to produce a structured output can be used to solve a very common problem in many businesses: extracting structured records from free-form text.

Notiondipity: What I learned about browser extension development

Me and many of my colleagues at profiq use Notion for note-taking and work organization. Our workspaces contain a lot of knowledge about our work, plans, or the articles or books we read. At some point, a thought came to my mind: couldn’t we use all this knowledge to come up with project ideas suited to our skills and interests?

From ChatGPT to Smart Agents: The Next Frontier in App Integration

It has been over a year since OpenAI introduced ChatGPT and brought the power of AI and large language models (LLMs) to the average consumer. But we could argue that introducing APIs for seamlessly integrating large language models into apps developed by companies and independent hackers all over the world can be the true game changer in the long term. Developers are having heated discussions about how we can utilize this technology to develop truly useful apps that provide real value instead of just copying what OpenAI does. We want to contribute to this discussion by showing you how we think about developing autonomous agents at profiq. But first a bit of background.

Tags