Software Testing News Jun 2022
It’s the end of the month and so time for ‘Software Testing News Jun 2022’. We begin with a report on LG’s software testing centre achieving a first. Then we discover how NASA’s dedication to testing means a delay for a billion dollar mission. Finally, we then look at a report that shows a distinct lack of dedication elsewhere.
LG Software testing centre in world first
The first of a kind, in fact. LG Electronics’ new centre is officially a TUV Rheinland appointed laboratory. This means that it can carry out functional testing on automotive software solutions under the ISO262-6 Standard.
TUV Rheinland is one of the world’s leading global testing organisations. This accreditation means that LG can enjoy the same credibility of dedicated, third-party testing agencies.
NASA’s Psyche asteroid mission will not launch in 2022
Software verification testing for the spacecraft’s guidance, navigation and control system remains incomplete. In May, NASA announced that software testing problems would prevent the mission from taking off in August. A late September lift off seemed more likely but then further delays came.
The next potential launch periods could be July 2023 or September 2023, with additional launch periods available in 2024.
69% of UK CEOs are fine to release software without proper testing
A study by Leapwork also reveals that:
- 82% of testers claim 40% of software is not tested properly before release
- 68% of testers claim their teams spend up to 10 days each year patching
Concerning findings for sure – what us your view on software testing?
That is all for software testing news Jun 2022; was our selection spot on? Or did you find something else that should have been included?