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STAREAST A Practical Guide to Testing in DevOps[presentation]

Where does testing fit in a DevOps world? DevOps encourages the development and operations teams to work together.

Katrina Clokie
STAREAST Building a Modern DevOps Enterprise Testing Organization[presentation]

The DevOps movement is front and center across enterprises. Companies with mature systems are breaking down siloed IT departments and federating them into product development teams and departments.

Adam Auerbach
STAREAST Where Does Data Come From?[presentation]

With all the tools available on the market, it can be overwhelming to determine which ones might meet your needs and which ones will work best in your environment to create a high-performing team.

Jennifer Bonine
STAREAST No One Really Cares about Testing: A Perspective from a Billion-Dollar App Team[presentation]

When is the last time you read a five-star review in the App Store or Play Store that raved, “This app is so well-tested! Their quality assurance team really knows what they’re doing.

Andrew Bardallis
STAREAST Automated Security Scanning for Your Delivery Pipeline[presentation]

Agile development and DevOps depend on an automated pipeline to build, test, and deploy code quickly. Security is all too often viewed as a manual task that is too difficult to automate and is left for later—not a good decision!

Matthew Grasberger
STAREAST Postmodern Testing[presentation]

The modern world of testing gets noisier, more fragmented, and more confusing every day.

Jason Arbon
Testing feedback loop 5 Key Factors to Achieve Agile Testing in DevOps[article]

Part of the path to DevOps requires adoption of agile methodologies. What does it mean for testing when you switch from the traditional waterfall model, with a few long release cycles per year, to the agile model, with changes occurring every two weeks? Here are five key factors to achieve the agile software testing necessary in DevOps.

Denise Rigoni's picture Denise Rigoni
Lightning Strikes the Keynotes[presentation]

Lightning Talks consist of a series of five-minute talks by different speakers within one presentation period.

Nine Incredible Speakers
Agile DevOps East Clone of Lightning Strikes the Keynotes[presentation]

Lightning Talks consist of a series of five-minute talks by different speakers within one presentation period.

Bob Galen
Agile DevOps West The Evolution of a Continuous Integration Pipeline[presentation]

Each month more than 120 million unique visitors access content from USA TODAY and Gannett’s local media organizations, making them the largest US newspaper publisher by total daily circulation.

Greg Sypolt
Agile DevOps West Diversity without Disclosure: Rethinking Our Norms[presentation]

Organizational diversity isn't just about the attributes we can see. Every team has members with a near-infinite spectrum of needs, some of which we know about and a lot more we probably don't (and might never).

Cheryl Hammond
Agile DevOps West Nontechnical Managers Leading Technical Teams[presentation]

Technology is complicated and changes every day.

Victoria Guido
Agile DevOps West Start Your DevOps Journey on the Right Foot[presentation]

The word "DevOps" is ubiquitous, yet there is no standard definition of the term. DevOps is not a tool or something you can buy.

Nathen Harvey
Person crossing a natural rock bridge above the sea Agile Estimates versus #NoEstimates: Bridging the Gap[article]

Agile teams can easily get puzzled by the heated debate happening between advocates for estimation and those in the #NoEstimates camp. However, by comparing how they solve these problems, we can identify many common practices between the two groups and see they are not truly at odds—they actually complement each other. Let's bridge the gap.

Andre Rubin's picture Andre Rubin
Laptop with code on the screen Agile Development: Focusing on the Health of Your Code[article]

In Scrum, the product owner and the ScrumMaster are supposed to drive sustainable development. But there's a third force missing from the formula: the health of the code itself. We often forget that our code is also a member of our team, and we have to be concerned about its health and well-being as much as any other team member. That means using practices to develop good code from the beginning.

David Bernstein's picture David Bernstein


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