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While we all know that having a continuous testing process in place will dramatically reduce the risk of failure, a lot of organizations still struggle with the adoption of continuous testing methods. Read on to find out how to avoid some of the most common hurdles and pitfalls.
Around five years ago, I was attending my very first conference when I first heard the term Continuous Testing. I had been living in a waterfall world: developers weren’t testing their own work, and life as a tester was less than amazing. Testing was then thought of...
Let’s start off by stating the obvious. Right now, it’s highly likely that your organization is struggling to deliver quality software on time, and on budget. Scope, cost, schedule — you’re told you can have control over two, but you’re likely struggling to nail down...read more
Before we begin to talk about shift-left or shift-right testing, it’s helpful to visualize the steps of typical software development in a straight line, or to what would be considered a standard waterfall development process: In this process, testing would occur at...read more
Your journey to continuous delivery is a lot more closely related to autonomous driving then you may think. In fact just like continuous delivery, self-driving cars are all about levels of automation. And intelligence you may ask? Intelligence is a level of automation...read more
Join or Die, and its Relevance Today In 1754, a political cartoon attributed to none other than Benjamin Franklin appeared. The cartoon depicted a severed snake, with each piece labeled to represent one of the American colonies. Beneath the picture were these words:...read more