Exposed to the Elements – Trespass Identification and Deterrent System (TIDS) is Put to the Test Back in November last year we announced our participation in an SBRi funding call from […]
Avoiding Repeated Test Behaviour Across Multiple Tests with Test Fixtures For anyone who has had the pleasure of writing/maintaining tests for code that require the use of external dependencies, you will (hopefully!) have incorporated the […]
How to Test Without Access to the Test Environment
In many of our previous articles, we have expressed the importance of achieving a high standard of testing. Potentially blocking this achievement, several factors can come […]
If It’s Worth Building, It’s Worth Testing
Testing is a crucial part of any software development project, regardless of the industry, preferred methodology or how much you trust your development team. After all we all […]
Automated Testing in an Agile Environment
“Let’s have one final test. Throw the switches”
Recently, we needed to undertake unit testing for agile development, and continually needed to test […]
Even More Projects!
We have expanded our online repertoire of past projects to include examples of our experience with porting legacy systems, designing Graphical User Interfaces and complex CCTV systems.
If you are interested in […]
Test Driven Development: A Silver Bullet?
Test Driven Development (TDD) is a software development process that started around the early Noughties and is attributed to Kent Beck. The basic concept with TDD is that […]