LogiGear Launches the First and Only Software Testing RSS Feed

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LogiGear has launched a new RSS feed entirely focused on software testing and quality assurance. The feed will feature articles on a broad range of software quality topics, written by industry thought leaders including Hung Nguyen, Hans Buwalda, and Michael Hackett.

LogiGear Corporation announced today that it has launched the first and only Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feed entirely focused on software testing and quality assurance. The feed is available from their website at http://www.logigear.com/rss.

"RSS feeds have become a critical source of news and information for software testing professionals" said Hung Nguyen, CEO, President and founder of LogiGear. "By creating this feed, we are able to share our best practices and lessons learned with a larger audience than ever before. By providing content from LogiGear as well as other industry thought leaders, we hope to build awareness of traditional testing techniques as well as new issues that today’s tester must face.”

RSS is an XML-based technology that allows easy distribution of web-based content such as news articles and blogs. RSS feeds can be read using web-based or desktop tools, or can be integrated into portal websites such as My Yahoo!. Once a user has subscribed to an RSS feed, new content is automatically delivered to the user whenever the feed is updated.

LogiGear’s RSS feed will feature articles by top software testing thought leaders, including Nguyen, who is co-author of the all-time best selling software testing book “Testing Computer Software” as well as “Testing Applications for the Web” and the upcoming “Global Software Test Automation”. Other featured authors will include Hans Buwalda, inventor of keyword-driven test automation and author of “Integrated Test Design and Automation”, and Michael Hackett, co-author of “Testing Applications for the Web” and creator of LogiGear’s renowned software testing training courses. Other software testing thought leaders are also expected to contribute articles.

“Software testing has changed immensely in the past few years” said Nguyen, “In addition to traditional testing skills such as good test case design and bug writing, today’s tester must be able to leverage test automation to maximize coverage and reduce testing time, and must be able to work effectively in a team that is distributed around the world. Our feed will cover both the traditional skills as well as cutting edge topics, and provide a great resource for anyone who’s looking to stay ahead of the testing curve.”

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