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Shift Left? Shift Right? When Does It Matter?

A phrase we hear often in Software Testing circles and commentary is “shift left.” When we dig a little, we realize that “shift left” is talking about the idea that Software Testing is happening either too late in the process or it is not effective at the time it is being allocated. This dates back to an embrace, willingly or not, of the traditional Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and especially the Agile Waterfall (Agile Falls) methodology. In the waterfall methodology, each piece is completed (design, programming, testing, packaging, etc.) and the product moves through each of those cycles.

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Mastering Jenkins Pipeline Across Multiple Cloud Environments

Jenkins is a popular build and scheduling tool used to create software for many organizations. As such, it is common to see it used in a variety of situations and configurations. While it is common to think that organizations all use the same build server and/or Jenkins environment, many organizations use a variety of Jenkins systems, some of which are configured to run in different environments. As time goes on, there is often a desire to simplify or merge systems. If that’s not an option, then the ability to get Jenkins to communicate with or transition pipelines to different environments becomes something to consider.

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These are the 10 Best Software Testing LogiGear Blog Posts of 2020

At LogiGear, producing content is one of our favorite things to do as it allows us to help our readers find success in their Software Testing. With the throngs of Software Testing content being produced every day, we wanted to make sure you didn’t miss any of our top blog posts of 2020; so, we’ve put together a list of our 10 best performing software testing blog posts from this year. From desktop application testing, to how to build a Selenium framework, to strategizing and measuring the results of your Test Automation, these pieces all offer various ways to improve your SDLC and end-product quality. Check them out!

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