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Agile DevOps West DevOpsing Your Greenfield: Cultivating New Growth[presentation]
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Your project sponsor presents a golden opportunity with a brand-new project, saying, "I want to do some DevOps on our new agile project!"

Richard Mills
Agile DevOps West Fantastic Outcomes and How to Measure Them[presentation]
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Do your metrics track what matters most to your organization, or do they merely quantify your adherence to a process? Is that process a good proxy for real results? In your environment?

Cheryl Hammond
Agile DevOps West Engaging the Other Half of the Room[presentation]
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Do you often attend meetings or events where participation is left to only half the room, while the others sit quietly, waiting for it to be over?

Todd Miller
Agile DevOps West The Essential Product Owner: Partnering with Your Teams[presentation]
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While the Scrum product owner is arguably the most crucial role within agile teams, we often hear horror stories about POs who aren’t available to their teams, change their minds incessantly on business priorities, or ignore quality requirements and technical debt.

Bob Galen
Agile DevOps West What's That Smell? Tidying Up Our Test Code[presentation]
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We are often reminded by those experienced in writing test automation that code is code. The sentiment being conveyed is that test code should be written with the same care and rigor that production code is written with.

Angie Jones
Agile DevOps West Building Healthy Agile and DevOps Teams [presentation]
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The tools and technologies our teams rely on to build solutions are changing faster every day. New frameworks, new tools, transformations to DevOps, and migrations to public cloud are all putting strain on our teams.

Lee Eason
Mining a Data Lake to Improve Analysis of Your Test Automation Data: An Interview with Greg Paskal[interview]
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In this interview, Greg Paskal, a technology innovator in quality assurance, discusses a new open source tool from Elastic Stack that creates a “data lake” that can be mined to analyze the data coming from test automation on a more effective level than pass/fail. 

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STAREAST How to Lead Without Authority[presentation]
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Do you need to lead a project but have no level of authority? Is this the first time leading a project, but not sure where to start? Are you interested in potentially being a leader, but wondering what it takes? 

Jolene Trzebiatowski
STAREAST Are You the Best Leader You Can Be?[presentation]
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We are all leaders. At a minimum, we must lead ourselves every single day, but many of us also have teams that we lead and serve.

Amy Jo Esser
STAREAST Dig In: Get Familiar with the Code to Be a Better Tester[presentation]
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Maybe you’ve been testing the same application for a while and your rate of finding new bugs has slowed. Or you’re trying to find more ways to figure out what your devs are doing day to day.

Hilary Weaver-Robb
STAREAST Lessons Learned Automating Cloud and Infrastructure Testing[presentation]
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As organizations embrace DevOps and IT value chain automation, we are seeing the explosive growth of infrastructure-as-code capabilities, fueled by cloud scripting technology. As infrastructure-as-code capabilities evolve, what role does testing play?

Joseph Ours
STAREAST Testing in Production[presentation]
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How do you know your feature is working perfectly in production? And if something breaks in production, how will you know?

Talia Nassi
STAREAST Testing Large Data Sets with Supervised Machine Learning[presentation]
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Price rate is used to calculate an insurance premium based on the different insurance coverage.

Alireza Razavi
STAREAST Well, That’s Random: Automated Fuzzy Browser Clicking[presentation]
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Roughly speaking, "fuzzing" is testing without an oracle—essentially, testing without knowing what the outcome should be.

Paul Grizzaffi
STAREAST The Reality Distortion Field of Testing[presentation]
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The reality distortion field (RDF) is a term coined by Bud Tribble at Apple Computers in 1981 to describe Steve Job's charisma and its effect on the developers working on the Macintosh project.

Lloyd Roden

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