The nFocus software testing blog has been shortlisted in this year’s ComputerWeekly.com IT Blog Awards in the Company/Corporate SME’s category.

The nFocus software testing blog has been running since May, and has already gained over a 1000 visits, and is fast approaching the 1500 mark. Further credit to the blog can be observed by its loyal readership of over 200 software testing professionals, with this figure increasing on a daily basis.

The original idea for the blog came from both nFocus Technical Director Danny Crone and Marketing Manager Ryan James. Both believed that passing on information, tips and general advice to the testing community would be well received, and thus the story begins.

The blog covers a range of topics including; automation, tool reviews, tutorials, innovative technology, non functional test advice, manual testing, and industry news.

Contributors include Technical Director Danny Crone, Senior Test Automation Analyst Marc Maurhofer, Principal Consultant Sam Clarke and many more.

If you would like to vote in this year’s awards, then please visits: computerweekly

You will find the nFocus software testing blog here.

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