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Software keeping you up at night?

With millions on the line, it's hard not to worry a little
Homegrown Labs helps companies with serious software gain confidence in their systems using simulation testing. Unlike other  approaches to testing, simulation testing is a holistic approach that identifies costly and dangerous failure states resulting from complex system interactions.
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What do I mean by serious?

For most websites, a mistake here and there might chalk up to being simply annoying. For systems like yours, however, mistakes pose a much more tangible risk of loss. Whether its customers, money, or your reputation on the line, every little bit counts. If these kinds of risk keep your team up at night, you have serious software.

What does simulation testing do?

With simulation testing, you’ll gain a high-degree of confidence in your system by fully exploring and validating that system with a suite of realistic user behavior. By implementing simulation testing, not only will you guard yourself against future regressions, you’ll also uncover plenty of existing bugs laying dormant within your system. To learn more about simulation testing, read our article What is Simulation Testing?
Once your simulation test has proven its value, your teams will be able to more quickly and confidently develop new functionality.

About Homegrown Labs

Homegrown Labs is led by Ryan Neufeld, author and thought leader in the Simulation Testing space.

Ryan got his start leading development for a number of startups, before joining Cognitect, a high-end consultancy that stewards the Clojure language. Since then, Ryan has moved on to start his own practice–Homegrown Labs–to offer specialized consulting to companies operating large, mission-critical systems.

Homegrown Labs’ staff has been using Simulation Testing for a number of years on high-profile systems, including Fortune 100 Retail E-Commerce sites and Mobile Financial Payment systems. At these companies, simulation testing has been used to validate everything from correctness to system stability and performance.

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