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Top 13 Development Testing Resources of 2013

development testing researchIn 2013, Parasoft noticed 2 trends in Development Testing resource access. At the technical level, interest spanned a broad spectrum of development testing practices (static analysis, secure application development practices, unit testing, etc.). At the same time, development leaders and executives were busy researching the business value of a Development Testing Platform that consistently applies software quality practices throughout the SDLC— in a way that transforms traditional reporting into a system of decision.

  1. Development Testing Maturity Model [PAPER]  Parasoft developed this open Development Testing Maturity Model to help organizations move from a tool-centric data aggregation approach to a process-based strategy, which prevents defects at the policy level.
     
  2. Cloud Shifts the Burden of Security to Development [ARTICLE]This article explores 3 ways to help development teams bear the burden of security that the cloud places on them: use pen test results to harden the application, leverage service virtualization for security scenarios, & adopt policy-driven development to help engineers understand and satisfy management’s security expectations. 
     
  3. Why a Development Testing Platform Makes Business Sense [VIDEO] -  Learn how implementing a policy-driven Development Testing Platform aligns business expectations with development—allowing businesses to reduce risks, ensure compliance with industry and regulatory standards, and address issues of privacy, security, and other development issues.
     
  4. Development Testing Business Drivers: Why Development Testing Makes Sense [PAPER]Learn about the benefits driving the adoption of development testing, including details about the substantial opportunities for ROI in terms of reduced costs, reduced risks, and improved efficiency.
     
  5. Developers Making Business Decisions ?!? [ARTICLE]Without a clearly-defined policy that sets expectations on how software is to be designed and developed, developers are left to fill in certain business-related blanks. In most cases, this isn’t the developers’ strong suit.
     
  6. Getting Down to Business: Leveraging the Right Static Analysis [ARTICLE]There are different implementations of static analysis that serve different purposes in the development process. The proper implementation of the right technologies is the difference between wasting time and money and reaching new software development heights.

  7. False Positives in Static Code Analysis [BLOG] - "Too many false positives" is one the most common excuses for avoiding static analysis. This blog explores what "false positives" really are gives tips on how to manage them
     
  8. Unit Testing Maturity Model [PAPER]The Unit Testing Maturity Model details the levels of adoption from ad hoc to fully-optimized to help organizations make informed unit testing strategy decisions.
     
  9. Keeping Bugs Out of Your Code - Why you Need a Development Testing Platform [VIDEO]Learn how a Development Testing Platform helps organizations consistently and continuously apply development testing activities that beef up application security, maximize performance, and prevent bugs from infiltrating your code. 
     
  10. Why Regression Testing is a Development Testing Lifesaver [BLOG] -Read a first-hand account of how regression testing can be a development lifesaver. 
     
  11. 6 Steps to Continuous Integration for Development Testing [BLOG] -  Learn 6 steps to bringing your Development Testing activities under Continuous Integration—in less than a day.

  12. Cloudy with a Chance of Cyber Attacks [VIDEO] -  Learn about 1) New cloud service technologies that have made software infrastructure more vulnerable. 2) The exorbitant costs of failing to meet security standards. 3) The most effective development testing solution for improving application security. 

  13. How the Grinch Stole Testing [VIDEO]Learn why static analysis and other development testing practices are so noisy & get tips for cutting back on all that noise, noise, noise! 

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