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Reporting for Duty 2

Hello all! I was reading up on Guy's blog the other day and remembered his great post showing a Simulink Test workflow with Jenkins and GitLab. One thing I thought was cool in his musings was how he... read more >>

Just Keep Swimming 3

Remember Dory? Image Credit: Silvio Tanaka [ CC BY 2.0 ], via Wikimedia CommonsThe model of persistence in the face of difficult circumstances, the hilarious and free spirited fish of the vast ocean... read more >>

Comma Separated Goodness 6

Hi folks, today I'd like to introduce ChangQing Wang. ChangQing is the lead developer on MATLAB's performance framework, and in addition to all the great performance testing features he has delivered, he has also found a really easy way to integrate performance results into Jenkins. Check it out!... read more >>

Git to the Lab! 8

Hello everyone, for this post, I'd like to introduce Mariano Lizarraga Fernandez as a guest blogger. He has a great story to share where he demonstrates a nicely tuned workflow between a Jenkins... read more >>

Semi-Automated Testing 2

I've been doing a bit of spelunking around the File Exchange and GitHub lately, and I've seen a little pattern emerge in the tests of surprisingly many projects. It looks like this:... read more >>

Running MATLAB in the Cloud with Reference Architectures 6

The incredible growth and adoption of cloud based services make it an exciting time to be working at MathWorks with its rich history of technology to supercharge scientific computing workflows.... read more >>

MEX Debugging. Redefined. 32

Folks, today I'd like to introduce a new guest blogger Martijn Aben. Martijn is a support engineer out of our Netherlands office who daydreams about MATLAB's connections to the external world. As... read more >>

App Exercise

Happy Friday! Today I'd like to introduce to you Steve McClure. Steve is the lead developer for the new App Testing Framework which just came out in R2018a. We are very excited about it! It really... read more >>

Cov’ed Code All Throughout the Interwebs 2

You may remember that MATLAB can generate code coverage information in the Cobertura format now. Been able to since R2017b. This is great since this allows us to leverage a richer ecosystem of... read more >>

Flex your Specs 2

Wow folks, its been a long time! I feel like I am an old friend returning from traveling on a long epic adventure. Just call me Bilbo, although sadly I would make for a very poor hobbit given I am... read more >>

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