Join us for SmartBear Academy – February Training Classes Announced

Here at SmartBear, Customer Success is at the center of everything we do. If you’re a customer of any of our software quality products, you may have been one of the more than 10,000 customers trained in 2016. We want to thank you for your active participation and feedback, … [Read more...]

SmartBear Builds Bikes for a Great Cause

As their first philanthropic event of the year, SmartBear joined forces with the Boys & Girls Club of Medford & Somerville to build 18 bikes for children living in the area. On Tuesday night, in a bout of friendly competition, 115 employees broke into teams to … [Read more...]

SmartBear at APIStrat Austin 2015

It's an interesting time of year! Holiday rush on your APIs is beginning, plans for the new year are forming, and API leaders are converging on Austin for API Strategy and Practice, November 18-20. I personally will be staying in a van down by the river, … [Read more...]

Can anyone design a job application platform that doesn’t suck?

Why does it take a half hour and triplicate-input-redundancy to apply for a job online? Why can't these online application platforms just pull in LinkedIn data and be done with it? Isn't it easier for these job application systems to just read our resumes and cover letters? … [Read more...]

Most Influential People in Software Testing

Throughout my career in software testing there have been many obstacles that I've had to overcome to get to where I am today. Earlier on I struggled with testing effectively; however, through trial and error I was able to become more efficient. On my first testing job, it … [Read more...]

Ask Stupid Questions First (so you can get better answers later)

Interaction with users can help drive product decisions, but getting from conversations with users to tangible customer data can still be a big mystery. Here are three steps for getting from a casual, interview-esque conversation with a handful of target users to concrete … [Read more...]

OpenDaylight: Open Source Programming to the Software-Defined Network

As hypervisors changed data-center computing, so software-defined networking will change data-center networking. The open source OpenDaylight project is leading the way. If you follow networking vendors, you know they get along with one another about as well as a dog … [Read more...]

Introducing the API Testing Dojo

We all know that testing software is very important. This sentiment only continues to grow as our lives become more and more engulfed with software enabled devices. And while businesses and solo developers alike understand the benefits of testing their websites and apps, API … [Read more...]

Dancing with Steve Wozniak

Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer, reminds us all of the joy of invention. Of tinkering. Of hacking. Of making stuff work. Of being excellent. I’ve had the opportunity to meet and listen to Steve several times over the years; He’s always funny and engaging, and … [Read more...]

What the Devchicks Can Teach Every Developer about Programming

The number of women in tech is decreasing, but their contributions are significant and noteworthy beyond their representation. Here are six lessons that all coders can use. At the annual Strangeloop tech conference in St. Louis, several women presenters gave important … [Read more...]