WHO WE ARE
Founded in 1994 by top thought leaders in the software testing industry, LogiGear has completed software testing and development projects for prominent companies across a broad range of industries and technologies.
LogiGear provides leading-edge software testing technologies and expertise, along with software development services that enable our customers to accelerate business growth while having confidence in the software they deliver.
LogiGear is headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley with the majority of the software testing and software development staff located in Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang Vietnam. We are among the largest employers of software testing and development professionals in Vietnam, and our close partnerships with universities throughout the country allow us to attract and recruit top software engineering talent.
LogiGear continues to grow as companies realize the benefits of outsourcing their software testing and development. We have been listed among the fastest growing privately held companies by Inc. 500|5000 in 2009, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
The senior executive team has co-authored several top-selling books on software testing and test automation, including:
- Testing Computer Software, by Cem Kaner, Jalk Falk and Hung Q. Nguyen
- Testing Applications on the Web, by Hung Q. Nguyen, Michael Hackett and Robert Johnston
- Integrated Test Design and Automation, by Hans Buwalda, Dennis Janssen, Iris Pinkster, and Paul Watters
- Global Software Test Automation, by Hung Q. Nguyen, Michael Hackett, and Brent K. Whitlock (foreword by Apple Computers co-founder Steve Wozniak)
LogiGear Hosts Exclusive Webinar with Deliveron
LogiGear to co-host webinar with Deliveron execs to discuss how teams can achieve automation success by leveraging a software delivery pipeline.
San Mateo, CA, April 4th, 2018 — LogiGear, a world leader in software testing solutions, today announced that it will host a webinar with guest speakers from Deliveron, a solution-based technology consulting company focused on delivering software products and solutions that create differentiation and innovation. Deliveron is a partner of LogiGear. The webinar, titled “How Does TestArchitect Fit into Continuous Delivery”, is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, April 10th from 10:00 am to 11:00 am PT.
DevOps is helping companies establish a culture of learning and improvement through practices and processes that focus on efficiency and delivering value faster. LogiGear’s TestArchitect, a simple and codeless test automation tool, can be your continuous testing enabler on the journey to DevOps, helping organizations to compete more effectively, operate more efficiently, and drive higher customer satisfaction.
In this exclusive webinar, guest speakers Deliveron co-founder/Solution Consultant John Weland, and Mike Douglas, Solution Consultant, will share their expertise and offer advice on how business teams can achieve automation success by leveraging a software delivery pipeline. “We are excited to share our experience in helping customers successfully navigate their DevOps journey to deliver quality software with efficiency and speed,” said John Weland, co-founder of Deliveron. “We believe that continuous delivery and test automation are two key capabilities needed as customers make their Digital Transformation.”
Attendees will learn:
- DevOps practices drive business value by removing barriers to effective application delivery
- How software delivery pipelines provide consistency and speed for continuous delivery
- How TestArchitect can help improve software quality, help leverage existing team resources, and decrease operational costs.
- How to leverage the cloud to enable business agility
“LogiGear has worked with Deliveron as a consulting partner for some time and we appreciate the company’s highest level of software expertise for Microsoft applications,” said Hung Nguyen, CEO, LogiGear. “We're looking forward to co-hosting this upcoming webinar with Deliveron’s John and Mike and sharing valuable lessons learned to attendees looking for differentiated best practices for software automation.”
Registration for this free webinar may be completed here:
How Are Your Testing Practices?
We often find teams that don’t have enough knowledge of the basics. They regularly lack support from management, and also don’t have access to the right tools. Despite all the obstacles, the testers are expected to carry the burden of driving exceptional quality and customer satisfaction for the company.
Most testers and test engineers have a great amount of ambition and motivation to be the best at their craft. They find great bugs and strive to be a team player within their projects. However, many people that enter the testing industry come from different backgrounds with limited information and little to no formal test training. They work with the knowledge they’ve learned through experience instead. This has led them to do things according to what’s familiar to them, rather than act on best practices or methods.
All kinds of issues arise, such as development “handoffs.” It’s common to find self-proclaimed Scrum teams, who have never been trained in Scrum, using ScrumBut practices. If you believe that then you are one of the ScrumButs, check out this article from the Scrum Alliance.
Nowadays, it’s normal to say that test teams need help with the basics. Efficient, effective teams still need the support to take themselves to the next level. It’s important to learn as much as possible and make incremental changes. Changing one thing at a time will help you zero in on what works and share it with your teammates.
With those ideas in mind, LogiGear can provide you with quick access to training techniques. We have written extensively about topics like strategic risk management and requirements analysis.
LogiGear Magazine is a one-stop shop for developing software testing skills. In particular, our segment, “Leader’s Pulse,” will help you navigate through team and training troubles. We hope that our educational content will have a positive effect on your daily work, team, product, stakeholders, customer satisfaction, and overall job satisfaction. As always, we’re open to comments, suggestions, and contributions to improve your experience and resources.