This week's book giveaway is in the Java in General forum. We're giving away four copies of Think Java: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist and have Allen B. Downey & Chris Mayfield on-line! See this thread for details.
GenRocket, Inc. announces that Version 2 of GenRocket, a test data generation platform, is being released for general availability on Monday November 11th 2013. The GenRocket team has received lots of helpful feedback about improvements to GenRocket from software developers and quality assurance engineers. Over the past six months, the GenRocket team has invested in making the platform easier to use when it generates test data for unit testing, integration testing, functional testing and when used by testing automation systems.
“Our customers have spoken,” said GenRocket CEO, Hycel Taylor. “Our customers love the power and flexibility of GenRocket but also want the system to be easier to use. We’ve taken that feedback to heart and have made many improvements. For example, GenRocket now includes 'presets' so that if you want to generate standard sets of data you can use the presets and produce the test data you want up to 75% faster.”
GenRocket was designed for use by individual software/QA engineers or by engineering/QA teams and is attractively priced for businesses of any size. There is a free 14-day trial available on the GenRocket Web site at www.genrocket.com.
GenRocket is a market-leading test data generation and demo data generation platform that combines ease of use, unprecedented power, and affordable pricing. Better software testing needs better test data and GenRocket produces unlimited structured test data in seconds