A Day in the Life: Paul Suceveanu, Intern

by QUALITANCE
on May 25, 2015

Meet Paul. He is the second intern to be featured in our “A Day in the Life” series. The current internship program has come to an end, and we were able to catch up with Paul about his studies, reflections and what he does when he’s not at the office or in the classroom.

Paul is in his second year at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and is focusing on Economic Informatics. It sounds like a tricky major but Paul would choose math and technology over essay writing...

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A Look Around Our Neighborhood

by QUALITANCE
on May 18, 2015

Over the last couple weeks, we have learned a lot about what happens inside the QUALITANCE offices, now it’s time to step outside and get to know the bustling neighborhood it inhabits. We polled several members of the staff and asked them to submit their favorite shops, tasty treats and hangouts in the area. To make sure we got the whole scoop, we sent a couple of undercover agents (Sorana + Ioana) out to test these claims and determine if each...

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A Day in the Life: Denisa Ghiorghica, Intern

by QUALITANCE
on May 11, 2015

Say hello to Denisa. She’s an intern here at QUALITANCE. Our internship program is a comprehensive three week program offered to a select group of amazing university students. But what really goes on? Do they know their code? Or better still,...

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How I Work: Andrei Antal, Senior Front-End and UX Developer

by QUALITANCE
on May 4, 2015

Andrei Antal is a seasoned programmer and a familiar face at QUALITANCE. His fascination with technology began long before his education and professional career. As a child, Andrei could always be found taking cars apart and playing computer games. Anyone remember Doom? 

He always knew that he wanted to work with computers but was also deeply passionate about human interaction, learning and teaching. He even travelled to the land of Tulips and earned a Master’s Degree in...

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QUALITANCE: co-founder of the first IT&C cluster in Bucharest

by QUALITANCE
on April 24, 2015

Our team kicks off in spring with a brand new project: co-founding the first IT&C cluster in Bucharest, Different Angle. The whole concept is aiming for a fresh cutting-edge perspective on technology and software.

The cluster is founded by 11 companies with the purpose of enabling innovation, education and organic development for SMEs in the IT&C sector within the Bucharest region. This first IT&C cluster of Bucharest is meant to work as a collaborative environment but also as an academy. 

The shared mission of QUALITANCE and Different Angle comes down to three...

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Rapid prototyping, at the core of the next-gen software development

by QUALITANCE
on March 20, 2015

Over 150 Cybernetics students attended our Spring IT workshop, where four members of the QUALITANCE team developed live, in only two hours, a mobile app, using a revolutionary methodology - rapid prototyping - and last-generation technology frameworks:...

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QUALITALKS #1

by QUALITANCE
on July 2, 2014

Since kicking off our Community Empowerment programme in 2010, one of the main goals of our team has been to add value to the technology and business community in Romania. And now we're launching yet another initiative within Community Empowerement - QUALITALKS, a series of tech talks dedicated to the Romanian tech community and starring top tech professionals we are currently working with.  QUALITALKS will offer the perfect opportunity for Romanian tech enthusiasts, entrepreneurs and decision makers to be connecting with international experts behind the latest technology trends -experts...

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Black box techniques

by Alexandru Nicolescu
on April 28, 2014

In this article I’ll explain some of the black box testing techniques that I applied during the testing projects I was involved into: equivalence partitioning, boundary value analysis and state transitioning testing.  

What is black-box testing?

Black-box testing, also called behavioral testing, focuses on the functional requirements of the software. Black-box testing enables the software engineer to derive sets of input conditions that will fully exercise all functional requirements of a program. Black-box testing is not an alternative to white-box techniques. Rather, it is...

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Data Warehouse – Concepts and Testing

by QUALITANCE
on April 14, 2014

Data Warehouse is where data from different source systems are integrated, processed and stored. It is a non-production data, which is mainly used for analyzing and reporting, in order for management team to make important business decisions. Non-production data is represented  by data that is not used by a certain sector of a business, but is a necessary data for the entire business to grow and to adapt to the new conditions. For example, a retailer might be interested in customer buying habits,...

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Web Testing – PART 2

by Sebastian Neacsu
on March 25, 2014

In the previous post, we talked about Functionality Testing and Usability attributes as per ISO 9126. Moving further, today we’re going to fathom Performance Testing. Performance Testing is - in general - testing performed to determine how a system performs in terms of responsiveness and stability under a particular workload. In web performance, testing web site functionality on different...

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