Test automation is a big topic. There are so many different areas to talk about: tool choice, jumpstart, cross platform, services, cloud… Each of these areas have changed so much in the recent past that they could each be worth their own magazine issue.
Find out how you compare to others in our survey results Test Automation is the topic of the third survey in our State of Software Testing Survey Series. This survey covers skills, tools, benefits, and problem areas of test automation.
Evaluate and understand the state of your automation
DevOps can be a big scary thing. Culture change, constant collaboration— whatever that means— a big new set of tools… it’s a lot. What most teams want is to have a smooth running software development pipeline. I have stopped using the phrase “DevOps,” and now I say “Continuous Delivery.” There are many reasons for this.
DevOps may be the next big buzzword, but Test teams really need to focus on its little sister, Continuous Delivery If you pay attention to trends in software development—from the perspective of what some sophisticated teams are doing, what articles and books are being written, to conference topics, you may have noticed the tools being …
This survey takes an in-depth look at teams that practice DevOps and compares it to teams that don’t practice DevOps. For 2017, LogiGear is conducting a 4-part survey to assess the state of the software testing practice as it stands today. This is a 4-part series to mirror LogiGear Magazine’s issues this year.
If you haven’t already caught a glimpse, we announced in January the Testing in DevOps and Continuous Testing videos series, available on YouTube!
Test plans have a bad reputation, and perhaps, they deserve it! There’s no beating around the bush. But times have changed. Systems are no longer “black boxes” where QA Teams are separated from design, input, and architecture.
I remember the times when test teams sat in their own area and we were not allowed to “bother” developers.
There has been much written about managing knowledge workers. Now there is a dissection between managing knowledge workers and the specialties of managing IT/software development staff with further breakdown to managing millennials.