Providence, RI (PRWEB) October 20, 2011
Vector Software, the leading provider of dynamic software test tools for embedded systems, announced today the launch of TestResponsibly.com. The new website aids development organizations in evaluating test tools for embedded software applications by demonstrating how to test complex code samples.
Over the last few years, the software test-tool market has become cluttered with products that all claim to do the same thing automate C and C++ testing, said John Paliotta, CTO at Vector Software, For developers who are trying to evaluate test tools, the task of evaluation can be overwhelming.
TestResponsibly.com provides technical information and features video content demonstrating real-world software testing scenarios using Vector Softwares VectorCAST test tool platform. Visitors to the website can download white papers and browse videos on a variety of embedded software testing activities. The website is designed to be interactive and encourage discussion.
What makes TestResponsibly.com unique is that the content is 100% user driven. Ideas for videos come directly from embedded software engineers, commented Michael Rielly, Vector Software Marketing Director, Visitors to TestResponsibly.com can provide feedback and request videos on specific tasks and testing activities using VectorCAST.
For more information, visit: http://www.TestResponsibly.com.
About Vector Software, Inc.
Founded in 1989, Vector Software is the leading provider of automated software testing tools for developers of safety critical embedded applications. Vector Softwares VectorCAST line of products, automate and manage the complex tasks associated with unit, integration, and system level testing. The VectorCAST tools support the C, C++, and Ada programming languages.
Vector Softwares Product Family
Modified Condition / Decision Coverage (MC/DC) module
IEC 61508 and ISO 26262 Certification Kits
DO-178B and FDA Qualification Packages
More information about the products offered by Vector Software can be found at:
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