Meet us at CeBIT 2017

Altom at Cebit Hall 6 Pavilion G02 Stand 3

Come meet us at CeBIT and see demos of our latest products.

You can find us at Pavilion G02 in Hall 6.

We have goodies!

See you there.





Say hello to AltTap!

Built in the Altom test lab, AltTap is a robot designed to help with and mitigate some of the critical challenges of test automation. It is especially useful in scenarios involving the running of tests on devices of varying screen sizes and resolutions. AltTap’s special power is that of performing automated tests on any type of touchscreen device.

How does it do that exactly? It simulates a human tester by the using of a stylus to perform click actions on a touchscreen. The process is based on an image-recognition algorithm.

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Version 2.1 of the SBTM Session Template was released!

In 2014 our colleague Ru created a tool in Google Scripts to support her testing in an organized and measurable way, using the Session Based Test Management method. The tool is available in the Google Templates Gallery via this link https://drive.google.com/a/altom.ro/previewtemplate?id=0Aqk-dNwZsfwrdHlfYTRSN3FKQzlVenBYWUhZUk44REE&mode=public&ddrp=1#.

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Swinging by at CeBIT 2015

Alex RotaruOne of the world’s most popular computer expos, CeBIT will be taking place between 16 and 20 March this year, in the traditional venue of the Hannover Exhibition Grounds.

We have appointed Alex to swing by to see the latest IT trends and product innovations at CeBIT 2015. If you are also planning to attend the exhibition and would like to find out more about what we do and how we can help, Alex will be happy to meet you and discuss. Feel free to make an appointment by email at alex.rotaru@altom.ro. You can also get in touch with Alex on Twitter @altomalex.

We are on Future Match platform. Check our profile and book a meeting with Alex!



Ale speaks about testing skills at Copenhagen Context 2015

Alexandra CasapuOur Alexandra Casapu will be sharing her reflections on the heuristic nature of testing skills at Copenhagen Context 2015 on Friday, 27 February.

Ale’s presentation, “Painting like an engineer – skills in testing”, draws on her actual testing experience to highlight the significance of skills in testing, and of the active acknowledgement of this fact. The tester needs to be constantly engaged with her skills: nurturing them, reflecting on them, combining skills, letting go of some, evolving new skills.

Learn out more here: http://sched.co/1Ak0PTB.