Educational webinars focus on helping developers shorten software development times and improve software quality
Vector Software, a leading provider of innovative software solutions for embedded software quality, has announced its 2016 Global Summer Webinar Series. Attendees of these webinars will learn how to maximise software test efficiency, improve code quality and comply with industry standards.
The following is an overview of the webinar dates and registration information:
Benefits of low-level software tests
Vector Software partners with experienced software experts from ITK Engineering in this webinar, which focuses on how low-level testing should be done not only in safety-critical projects to enhance the reliability and quality of applications. Attendees will get answers to questions on why low-level tests are necessary and more.
Date: Tuesday, July 12, 2016 – 11:00 AM (CEST – in German)
Introduction to VectorCAST test automation
If you’re new to automated software testing, this webinar provides an overview of how VectorCAST enables developers to better test their embedded and business-critical C, C++, and Ada applications, and set up a regression test infrastructure that ensures the continuous release of quality, compliant software applications.
Date: Wednesday, July 20, 2016 – 2:00 PM (ET)
Fault Injection or Requirements-Based Testing in ISO 26262?
In this ISO 26262-focused webinar, attendees will learn about common procedures taken from the regulated aviation industry that can be applied to the automotive industry. We will take a look at why both Fault Injection Testing and Requirements-Based Testing are included separately in ISO 26262 applications and how to ensure safe application execution.
Date: Tuesday, August 2, 2016 – 11:00 AM (CEST)
Code quality metrics: the missing link to improving software quality
Understanding where to begin to improve software quality is the toughest challenge for most companies. Attendees will learn how they can have real-time access to quantifiable code quality and testing completeness metrics to help them make more informed decisions about where to allocate limited test resources for better quality software and faster releases.
Date: Wednesday, August 17, 2016 – 2:00 PM (ET)