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Mar 01 2019

STAMP article in Programmez!

Programmez March2019

Publication: Programmez!
Title: Automated tests to support DevOps teams
Date: March 2019
Authors: Olivier Bouzereau with the STAMP project team

A three pages article about STAMP tools and methodologies has been published in the March 2019 issue of the French printed publication Programmez!  The article explains the growing importance of automated tests, now required for continuous development and continuous integration. New testing tools are improving their speed to deploy more frequent releases of services with less bugs. Amplifying tests in a DevOps approach, the STAMP open source toolset (including DSpot, Descartes, CAMP and Botsing) improves Java test suite and reduce deployed application crashes. Mutation testing examples and use cases are provided in this article. Readers are driven to the beta testing webpage in order to download STAMP tools, try them and give their user experience feedback.

Programmez! March 2019.

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Jan 18 2019

Sophia-Antipolis Workshop in WebTimeMedias

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The Sophia-Antipolis Workshop is announced by Jean-Pierre Largillet in WebTime Medias:

STAMP workshop à Sophia : l'état de l'art en optimisation des tests Java

Pour tous les chercheurs, développeurs et testeurs Java, ainsi que pour toute la communauté test et qualité logiciel azuréenne, ce sera une très belle occasion d'échanger concrètement sur les meilleures pratiques dans le domaine des tests Java.

Read the full post on WebTimeMedias

Sophia-Antipolis Workshop in Agenda du Libre

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The Sophia-Antipolis Workshop is announced in the Agenda du Libre:

Sophia-Antipolis : Découvrez les outils open source de tests automatisés STAMP

Destiné aux chercheurs, entrepreneurs, développeurs et testeurs, cet atelier offre l'occasion unique d’interagir avec les concepteurs d’outils du projet H2020 STAMP soutenu par l’Union Européenne.

Read the full post on Agenda du Libre

Jan 17 2019

Sophia-Antipolis Workshop in GSM

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The STAMP Workshop in Sophia-Antipolis is announced by Marc Jacob on January 17, 2019, in French:

30 Janvier Sophia-Antipolis - Atelier STAMP : l’état de l’art des tests automatiques Java 

Destiné aux chercheurs, développeurs et testeurs java, cet atelier offre l’occasion unique d’interagir avec les concepteurs d’outils du projet H2020 STAMP. Venez avec votre suite de tests java sur votre ordinateur portable. Démonstrations et tutoriels permettront d’échanger concrètement autour des meilleures pratiques DevOps.

Read the full post on Global Security Mag

Sophia-Antipolis Workshop in Nice Chamber of Commerce Agenda

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The STAMP Workshop in Sophia-Antipolis is announced by Nice Chamber of Commerce on January 17, 2019, in French:

Destiné aux chercheurs, entrepreneurs, développeurs et testeurs, cet atelier offre l'occasion unique d’interagir avec les concepteurs d’outils du projet H2020 STAMP soutenu par l’UE.
Venez avec votre suite de tests java sur votre ordinateur portable. Démonstrations et tutoriels permettront d’échanger concrètement autour des meilleures pratiques du moment.

Read the full post on Nice Côte d'Azur Website

Nov 30 2018

STAMP Project featured in Intrusio

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The STAMP beta testing campaign press release appears in the Intrusio website, November 30, 2018.

Nov 29 2018

STAMP Project in Global Security Mag

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The STAMP beta testing campaign press release has been posted on Global Security Mag November 29, 2018.

Nov 15 2018

STAMP Project in Cloud Expo Europe Blog

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The Cloud Expo Europe blog published the STAMP beta-testing campaign press release on November 15, 2018.

The OW2 Community Announces the Launch of STAMP Project Beta-Testing Campaign

Using innovative STAMP open source tools, Java developers and DevOps teams can now produce quality releases faster and more frequently.

Paris, November 15, 2018 - OW2, the global community for open source infrastructure software, announces the launch of STAMP beta-testing campaign. Java developers and DevOps teams are invited to download and try DSpot and Descartes, both outcomes of the STAMP project supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.

The STAMP beta-testing campaign is starting online at: l.ow2.org/stpbeta  

STAMP stands for "Software Testing AMPlification". The STAMP tools act along the Continuous Integration and Continuous Distribution pipeline (CI/CD), reducing errors and eliminating failures in Java applications while they are being designed, configured, and sent to production. 

STAMP users obtain a modern testing toolset to leverage their Java testing assets. They can produce software releases more frequently, more rapidly, with higher quality.

Using DSpot, STAMP early users can detect and generate automatically missing assertions for Junit test cases, also known as test amplification. Adding Descartes, a Pitest plugin, to their own java code, they get more actionable and faster mutation analysis results. 

Beta-testers are requested to fill in a short questionnaire by 25 March 2019 to provide their feedback and help fine-tune the toolset. They will also be distinguished as STAMP contributors and enter the community. Moreover, the first campaign participants will receive a customized “STAMP test pilot” gift.
A dedicated mailing list has been set up to allow Beta-testers to exchange and share their experiences. 

About STAMP Project 

Leveraging advanced research in automatic test generation, STAMP aims at pushing automation in DevOps one step further through innovative methods of test amplification. The project is developed by a consortium of ten partners and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The STAMP toolset is evolving frequently. Stay tuned and visit: https://www.stamp-project.eu/      

About OW2
OW2 is an independent industry community dedicated to developing open source code infrastructure (middleware and generic applications) and to fostering a vibrant community and business ecosystem. The OW2 Consortium hosts some one hundred technology projects, including  ASM, Bonita, Chameleon, CLIF, DocDoku, Easybeans, Emerginov, Fractal, FusionDirectory, JOnAS, JORAM, JOTM, Knowage, LemonLDAP:NG, Lutece, OCCInterface, PetalsESB, Prelude, ProActive, RocketChat, SAT4J, Spagic, Spago4Q, Sympa, Talend Studio, Telosys, WebLab and Xwiki. Visit: https://www.ow2.org 

Jun 15 2018

STAMP interview at EclipseCon France 2018

Check out the interview of Caroline Landry, STAMP Project Manager at Inria, during EclipseCon France 2018.