Squish GUI Testing Case Study: Topcon Agriculture Group replaces manual testing with Squish Automated Tests

Squish GUI Testing Case Study: Topcon Agriculture Group replaces manual testing with Squish Automated Tests

Topcon Agriculture Group makes a line of Console Displays, GPS systems running embedded Linux and software written in Qt. For 5 years, Topcon has been using froglogic Squish to develop and run almost 1000 automated tests against these devices saving their field testers a lot of time: “Within the first year [of using Squish], we developed enough automated tests to save our field testing guys 8 hours per build!”

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Reginald Stadlbauer was born in Graz, Austria where he attended high school and then the Technical University of Graz. An interest in computers and programming began when Reginald started with BASIC programming, before moving on to Pascal on an ATARI ST where he became interested in GUI programming. He started working with C++ and Qt® after he joined the "KDE" team in the summer of 1997 – he worked on KWord, and developed the initial version of KPresenter. Reginald started working for Trolltech® AS as a software engineer, in the summer of 1999. During his four years at Trolltech, Reginald worked on several major projects, spending most of his time doing development, but also doing release management and training and mentoring other developers. He was a software architect and the lead developer for the Qt Designer GUI builder, he was one of the architects of Trolltech's Qt/Desktop product, he led the development of Qt's complex widgets, and he was also part of the architecture and implementation team for QSA - Qt Script for Applications. Reginald co-founded froglogic in 2003.