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Building a better future for the children in Uganda

Since September 2021, System Verification Germany has started their partnership with @Zukunft für Bweyas Kinder e.V. (ZBK) to support @children Safe Uganda (CSU). The goal of ZBK is to ensure the basic needs of all children living in Bweya,  as well as to provide access to education, thus guaranteeing a sustainable future. This is exactly where System Verification steps in and we are aiming to provide support in the long run with the vision of making CSU economically more independent and building a better future for the children in Uganda. In this blog post, we are continuously sharing the latest updates from this collaboration and our charity project.

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Test Star program graduate - Amar Kalem

During the end of spring System Verification starts a new edition of the Test Automation program Test Star with a new group of excited individuals - all eager to learn to become skilled Test Automation engineers. One who graduated from the Test Star program last year is Amar Kalem, QA consultant in System Verification Bosnia, based in Sarajevo. We asked him a few questions to get some insights into the setup of the education and his experience being a part of the program. 

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The brains behind our fun challenges...Bug hunter & Solve a Problem

Every once in a while we host and share games and events for our QA network to attend for challenging themselves within our field. Two of those challenges are Solve a problem and Bug hunter. Sometimes we host them during specific events to take part in IRL at a job fair for example, and sometimes we host them on our website and social media. 
To make the most fun and challenging activities to share with you, we have to use highly creative and skilled people (and we have lots of those people in our company).
So let us introduce two of the brains behind some of the challenges - Mille and Selma! 

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December initiatives

As many of you already know, System Verification is not only a kick-ass niched QA company but also a company filled with caring individuals with the need and wish to help others. 

During the year, with different kinds of initiatives, we gave our take topositively contribute to a better society, whether through a competition, where our winning employees got the opportunity to choose an organization to support with the prize money, simply raising money for a joint purpose, or something completely different. What matters the most is that this way of living, the need of supporting others among us is a part of us all, and we are very proud of what we can achieve together.

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HR team in Amsterdam

During the 19th and 20th of October, our global HR team visited the HRCoreAcademy Summit, live in Amsterdam! An HR conference with HR leaders participating from different countries and companies with a common focus on the topics of Learning & Development and Talent Transformation.

Last year we took part in this conference as well, however, due to the pandemic, it was held digitally. We were therefore really excited to be part of it live this year and get the chance to meet and connect with other HR professionals to share inspiration, challenges and learnings. Even though company sizes and branches might differ a lot, still, the topics and insights you get from each other are of great value. It gave us ideas on how to improve and do differently in some areas but also a confirmation that we do a really good job in several areas already.

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Performance testing

Performance Testing is a software testing process used to evaluate a software application's speed, response time, stability, reliability, scalability, and resource usage under the expected workload. 

Performance tests are typically executed to examine speed, robustness, reliability, and application size. Performance testing goals include evaluating application output, processing speed, data transfer velocity, network bandwidth usage, maximum concurrent users, memory utilization, workload efficiency, and command response times. 

Shortly, the goal of Performance Testing is not to find bugs but to eliminate performance bottlenecks. 

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I am your worst nightmare - Let us talk about something scary!

I have said it before and I hate to say it again, but I have been working for 25 years in the software industry, but I have seen fairly small improvements over the years. It has been said that it is a young discipline and therefore it is prone to failure, and everyone needs to learn from their mistakes. Over the years a number of different methods, tools, processes, etc. have been presented to help us improve but still I hear more stories about projects that have quality problems and run over budget and time, compared to projects that succeed to meet their initial frames.

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