Razor is a technology partner to DB Cargo UK, the UK's largest rail freight organisation. As part of the backbone of Britain’s logistics supply chain, they support customers delivering goods throughout the UK and into Europe.
Do you constantly grapple with unpredictable supply chain challenges? Do you find it impossible to accurately calculate cost or predict the lead time of your products?
Would you build a new house, one room at a time, without architectural blueprints? If you did, would you end up in a house entirely suitable to your needs? Unlikely. Without a full-scale view of the project, duplication, poor integration, and significant inefficiencies are inevitable.
Sooner or later in your career as a developer, you’ll find yourself needing to debug – to identify and fix a problem – in a totally unfamiliar system. A system full of unknown technology, mysterious business terminology, one you’ve only heard a whisper about around the team office.
Industrial era businesses continue to fall behind in operational efficiencies. The world they intended to optimally serve has shifted at a much greater speed to accommodate our digital society.
Dubbed the mountaineers of the tech solutions industry, Razor is leading the charge towards a future where technology amplifies the greatness of humanity.
Tamarind Randall is a software tester at Razor and in this article, she shares why she’s so obsessed with non-functional testing and why you should be too!
Periodic freezes in a closed customer installation, eight months of looking for clues and nothing in a log file. Not a sausage. Not even a dodgy user.
Zoe King is a Senior Tester at Razor and she’s here to share her awesome insights on black box testing vs white box testing.