Software Testing News Nov 2022
It is time for another collection of updates from the world of testing. Software Testing News Nov 2022 features a brand new certification programme from mabl. Then we look at the arrival of autonomous aircraft testing. Finally, we applaud the award-winning efforts of TestingXperts as they create history.
Read our news round-up for October 2022.
mabl Launches Software Testing Certification Programme
This piece from PR Newswire looks at a new certification programme from the SaaS leader in intelligent test automation. At the start of November, mabl announced the launch of a new program through mabl University. Initially, both foundational and advanced skills assessments are available to empower people to learn more about test automation. The platform is free and allows for self-paced learning.
Autonomous aircraft testing is here
Air Force Materiel Command revealed the arrival of autonomous aircraft testing in this article. The 96th Test Wing, a US Air Force unit at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, acquired its newest aircraft. The government-owned Kratos XQ‑58A Valkyrie features an onboard computer system which can determine the best flight path and throttle settings to comply with commands.
TestingXperts win all 3 major Software Testing & DevOps Awards
Another November article from PR Newswire revealed an historical achievement by TestingXperts. The QA and testing company won at the North American Software Testing Awards, the European Software Testing Awards and the DevOps Industry Awards. Not only did TestingXperts create history with these wins but they also cemented their position as software testing leaders.
That is all for software testing news Nov 2022; what did you make of our latest selection? If you think we missed anything important then we want to hear from you!
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