All things DevTestOps

Oct 28, 2019 by Lisa Crispin

 

In the U.S., we are starting to get close to “Black Friday”, the day after our Thanksgiving holiday when retailers run huge sales and people flock to both brick-and-mortar and online stores. This is followed by Cyber Monday when everyone gets back to work and...

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Oct 23, 2019 by Lisa Crispin

When I’m helping people learn new techniques for shortening feedback loops in continuous delivery and getting the whole team engaged in building quality in, I’m often asked how to get management support for these efforts. In my experience, development managers as...

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Oct 16, 2019 by Courtney Dragoon

Hi friends, my name is Courtney and it’s my second week at mabl as the new product marketing lead. I’m writing to you all from JetBlue Flight 287 en route to the StarWest Conference in Anaheim, CA (mabl really threw me into the fire - this is my second conference...

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Oct 9, 2019 by Chou Yang
We're back at it again! A new DevTestOps survey is ready to go and we need your help! We open this survey up to all engineering roles, from testing/QA to operations and site reliability engineers, to product management - any role that touches software quality....
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Oct 7, 2019 by Lisa Crispin

Ever since there have been testing and QA professionals, there have been some people proclaiming that those specialists are no longer needed. We’ll be replaced by automation, eXtreme Programming (XP) and other forms of agile, artificial intelligence, machine...

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Oct 3, 2019 by Damon Paul

In test automation, there are often cases where you might have multiple data sets for which you need to run the same tests on. This approach has been described with several names, including data-driven testing, parameterized testing, or table-driven testing. In...

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Sep 25, 2019 by Michaela O'Neil

I graduated from Fordham University this past May with a degree in New Media and Digital Design. New Media and Digital Design was a relatively new major integrating computer science, visual arts, and communications studies – perfect for the indecisive person that...

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Sep 11, 2019 by Lisa Crispin

mabl University

It’s a classic dilemma - your team has decided to start using a particular tool to save you time, but after you’ve made the decision, you’re so busy you wonder when you’ll have time to learn how to use it! And when it comes to test automation - I...

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Sep 7, 2019 by Chou Yang

Summer is a sacred time, especially if you’re based in a region that’s winter 6 months out of the year like it is here in Boston. For the last 3 years, mabl employees enjoyed Summer Fridays where the office is closed and the team is encouraged to have some...

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Sep 5, 2019 by Parveen Khan (Guest Author)

Rosy was working with a team consisting of developers and a product owner. Her team followed a 2-week sprint cadence, and practiced sprint planning, daily stand-ups, and retrospectives as their agile ceremonies.

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