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BSE Testing Machine Data Is EVERYWHERE: Use It for Testing
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As more applications are hosted on servers, they produce immense quantities of logging data. Quality engineers should verify that apps are producing log data that is existent, correct, consumable, and complete. Otherwise, apps in production are not easily monitored, have issues that are...

Tom Chavez
BSE Testing Your DevOps Goal: A Culture Shift, Not Just a Toolset Implementation
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Becoming a DevOps shop isn’t just about hiring DevOps engineers and implementing a new toolset. It’s about changing the culture of your organization. Patrick Turner believes that your focus for DevOps should be to bring a cultural shift throughout the organization—up to the business team...

Patrick Turner
BSE Testing The Mass Extinction of Manual Processes: A DevOps Success Story
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Large organizations can be filled with manual processes, and many people feel they are stuck with them. Bill Roberts and James La Spada tell the story of how Capital One used DevOps culture and kanban principles to significantly increase the speed of feature delivery—while lowering risk.

Bill Roberts and James La Spada
BSE Testing Put Agile to the Test: A Case Study for Test Agility on a Large IT Project
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Agile practices, although applicable to a variety of situations, are most commonly applied to IT projects, generally for software development. Can you apply agile methods to just part of a software implementation project? Todd Jones presents this case study where agile techniques were...

Todd Jones
BSE Testing Automation Anti-Patterns: Deal with Them
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Automation is vital to modern testing. But if you listen to what testers complain about, problems with test automation is a recurring theme. We complain about how hard it is to add, run, or change tests. We grumble about how difficult it is to keep up with developers who keep breaking...

Dave Westerveld
BSE Testing Mobile Testing: What—and What Not—to Automate
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Organizations are moving rapidly into mobile technology, which has significantly increased the demand for testing of mobile applications. David Dangs says testers naturally are turning to automation to help ease the workload, increase potential test coverage, and improve testing efficiency.

David Dang
The New Normal for Software Development and Testing The New Normal for Software Development and Testing

Customers expect fast-paced, quality product releases. To meet these demands, you must consider test automation, testing in production, and the extensive use of data and analytics.

Michael Sowers
Hans Buwalda DevOps Misconceptions and Testing Confidence: An Interview with Hans Buwalda
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In this interview, Hans Buwalda, the CTO at LogiGear, details the common misconceptions people have when it comes to DevOps. He also discusses continuous integration and continuous deployment, having the right amount of confidence when it comes to testing, and how to know if DevOps is right for you.

Jennifer Bonine
STARCANADA Testing Defining the Optimal Level of Test Automation
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Test automation scripts are largely run against stable functionality with repeatable results. But automation does not have to be just about running reliable tests against a fixed code base to make them effective; rather, you can determine the right level of automation you need to meet your...

Jim Trentadue
STARCANADA Testing Machine Learning: Will It Take Over Testing
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Machine learning (ML), a branch of artificial intelligence, is gaining widespread adoption and interest on software development projects. Paul Merrill says that ML isn't typical programming. Algorithms can be changed and checked for accuracy at runtime to “learn” from data.

Paul Merrill

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