Dear QF-Test users and interested parties,

with QF-Test 6.0.5 the final update for QF-Test version 6 was released today in oder to support Java 20 and Eclipse / SWT 4.27 alias "2023-03", fix a number of bugs and prepare the way for parallel operation with QF-Test 7.

Next week, most of our developers are going to attend the JavaLand conference – not only as participants and listeners but also with a talk and our own booth. There we are going to demo our latest and greatest QF-Test version 7, scheduled for release shortly after the conference.

Your QFS team

Highlights of QF-Test 6.0.5

  • Java 20 and Eclipse 4.27 are now supported

  • Some Bugfixes

  • Preparation for parallel operation with the upcoming QF-Test 7.0

We advise all users to update to this version in due time.

To the detailed Release Notes

Save the date: Events in 2023

JavaLand 2023

JavaLand 2023 from March 21 to 23, 2023 at Phantasialand Brühl, Germany

Visit us at our exhibition booth and listen to our talk Level Up Your Code – OOP-Designtechniken (nicht nur) für Quereinsteiger.

 About the conference

Free special webinar on June 19 2023 starting 15:30 CEST: 
QF-Test 7.0 These are the highlights you should know!

Clear the stage for the latest version QF-Test 7.0! We will introduce you to the new refreshed user interface and present the other highlights.  

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For beginners and experts: Join our QF-Test compact courses from June 12 to 15, 2023. Small groups, via webinar.

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