This week at Inflectra, the theme is all about careers and training. So, to kick off Monday morning with some good news, we'd like to talk about our successful weekend Internship fair at Inflectra. Partnering with our local chapter of freeCodeCamp, we have launched a program to help people looking for a job in coding or to switch careers to technology, to get experience and, hopefully, get their first job.(Read More)
Last night we attended the first DC Tech in Motion meetup in Washington, DC. Held in the very cool WeWork Manhattan Laundry collaborative shared working space, it was a great opportunity to get a pulse on the tech scene in DC and meet some of the people looking to work in the industry as well as those with startups looking for new people.(Read More)
As we close out our focus on Rapise this month, we thought it would fun to take a look at how the UI used to look when it was first released in 2010, as well as look at how we've adjusted the UI to include new features while keeping the application simple to navigate.(Read More)
Another one of our New Year's Resolutions was to work on supporting our diverse user communities around the world. There are people in almost every country on the planet using Inflectra tools to build awesome products. From healthcare, core banking, and energy, to education and Government, we have customers and users in almost every industry using Inflectra's products to streamline their project management, improve their quality and get rid of outdated, legacy, software tools. As a first part of this mission, we will be holding user summits in three key cities in Europe in March 2017: London, GB, Zurich, CH and Mannheim, DE.(Read More)
One of our New Year’s Resolutions for 2017 was to support and nurture the tech community in our home area – Washington, DC and Silver Spring, Maryland (a hip superb of DC where our office is physically located).
So while everyone else today is talking about the Presidential Inauguration, we’re going to bring some optimistic light relief to recant our first attendance at the popular DC Tech Meetup group. This was our first time attending, and it was great to see the local DC Tech scene in action:(Read More)
As you may have read, we've just released the latest major update to Rapise, our unified platform for testers. Rapise 5.0 brings many benefits for testing web applications (Edge support), desktop applications (faster testing of WPF and UWP apps), API testing (SOAP support and REST enhancements), and load testing (integration with NeoLoad).
However the biggest piece of news was that we now have added support for Microsoft Dynamics, the powerful ERP and CRM system from Microsoft. We support the current Dynamics AX and CRM platforms as well as the future Azure-based Dynamics 365 service. This article discusses what this means for you and why it is such big news!(Read More)
As we wrote earlier in the month, we're going to be engaging with our users and partners more actively through social media. In addition to our existing channels (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, G+, YouTube), we have just launched our new Pinterest account.(Read More)
In the next week or so we shall be formally releasing the next version of our popular automated testing IDE. In this article we give you a taste of what to expect for both existing customers looking to upgrade and new customers that want to empower their testers with powerful tools to make their job easier.(Read More)
One of our new year's resolutions for 2017 was being more engaged with our global community of developers, testers, managers, agilsts, evangelists and partners. As part of this we are going to be improving our use of social media channels as well as email and our website. This will bring you more up to date information on what we're doing as well as give you a voice in helping shape our plans for the future.(Read More)