Here’s the Weekly Newsletter from 7th February’ 2021 to 13th February’ 2021:
1. European Software Testing Awards 2020 – This year the 7th Edition of the European Software Testing Awards was conducted. The program honors individuals and companies who have attained crucial accomplishments in the software testing and quality assurance market in the European region.
2. Tricentis launches an executive guide for accelerating software delivery with automated testing – Enterprises nowadays are undertaking a digital transformation to increase speed, innovation, and agility while keeping an eye on expenses. Tricentis has come with a solution with their new ebook through which people can understand how to stimulate software delivery with automated testing.
3. Agile Testing Days 2021 – Europe’s Greatest Agile Testing Festival – The Agile Testing Days is going to host the 13th edition of their Agile Testing Days conference. The conference will be a 4-day program from November 15 – 18, 2021 in Potsdam, Germany. It will consist of deep-diving tutorials, hands-on workshops, inspiring keynotes, networking receptions, and exciting social events.
4. Robotic process automation platform UiPath raises $750M at $35B valuation – UiPath, one of the leaders in the quickly growing robotic process automation (RPA), announced on 1st February 2021 that it has raised a $750 million funding in Series F round at a post-money valuation of $35 billion. This financing brings the New York-based company’s total raised to nearly $2 billion since inception.
5. Provar Secures $17M in Series A Funding -London-based Provar is a company that assists clients and partners in making Salesforce better with repeatable and manageable test automation. In a recent development, Provar closed a $17m Series A funding from Kennet Partners, an international growth equity corporation.
6. Google’s Payout to Bug Hunters Hits All-time high of $6.7 Million – Google announced on 4th February 2021 that it has paid over $6.7 million in reward to 662 security researchers across 62 countries for catching bugs in Android, Chrome, and its other services. The amount is the highest Google paid out that it has given under its Vulnerability Research Program (VRP) since initiating it in 2010.