Continuous Delivery Requires Radical Changes for Testers
What do testing and quality look like in a continuous delivery world? Who does what and how? Is there still a need for testers, or do developers do all the testing? Is it really possible to achieve quality when you deploy to production many times each day? What should testers do when there is no time for a “testing phase”? These are some of the questions people in the testing community ask as the software development industry moves toward this new paradigm of design and delivery. Continuous delivery is a radical change in the way we build and deliver software, so it requires a radical shift in the way we think about and achieve quality. Join this veteran agile coach Jeff "Cheezy" Morgan as he shares his experience. You'll learn what has worked for several large organizations that have made the transition to this new approach. Get a picture of the end game and a roadmap for how you can incrementally move forward while developing the skills necessary to succeed in this fast-paced environment.
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