There’s much talk these days of DevOps, and Agile development, and “shift left”. Apparently, in these process models, it’s a revelation that testers can do more than test a built product, and that testers can and should be involved at every step of development. In Rapid Software Testing, that’s not exactly news. From the beginning, we’ve rejected the idea that the product has to be complete, or has to pass … Read more
Over the last few months, we’ve been inviting people from the Rapid Software Testing class to a Slack channel. We’re now opening it up to RST alumni. If you’ve taken RST in the past, you’re welcome to join. Click here (or email me at email@example.com), let me know where and when you took the class, and with which instructor. I’ll reply with an invitation.
A while ago, someone pointed out that Development and Operations should work together in order to fulfill the needs and goals of the business, and lo, the DevOps movement was born. On the face of it, that sounds pretty good… except when I wonder: how screwed up must things have got for that to sound like a radical, novel, innovative idea? Once or twice, I’ve noticed people referring to DevTestOps, … Read more