Computing employees play a critical role in supporting the Environmental Restoration Department; Environment, Safety, and Health; and Radioactive and Hazardous Waste Management.
Software Quality Assurance
Our SQA experts provide guidance on SQA policy for the entire LLNL community and ensure compliance with DOE and NNSA orders and policies. We emphasize what has to be done, not how to do it. By taking a risk-based graded approach to LLNL’s unique and varied software projects, we’re able to maximize each project’s effectiveness and assist in identification and mitigation of project risks. Our team consults throughout the DOE complex, and we provide scientists and researchers with simple, user-friendly tools, templates, checklists, classes, and other related resources. View content related to Software Quality Assurance.
This year’s event included quick presentations on a range of topics, deep dives, a keynote speaker, and a panel discussion dedicated to the onboarding process.
Software developers use regression testing to help uncover new bugs in an application after enhancements, patches, or other changes have been made. It is an essential but repetitive activity, as it entails rerunning a representative set of test cases each time the code is updated to ensure that the code continues to run the same way and produce the same answers as before.
Software is everywhere at LLNL. As a Department of Energy (DOE) lab, we strengthen national and global security with a range of programs in fields like counterterrorism, biosecurity, and energy. Our work also contributes to the National Nuclear Security Administration’s stockpile stewardship mission. Researchers inside and outside the Lab rely on our high performance computing (HPC) center to advance science and technology.