Zenergy’s DevOps experts David Dang and Bryson Osborne, and senior test engineer Jonathan Diaz discuss the quality gates, stages, and success practices to include in your DevOps development pipeline. “It is really critical not only to build code, in a continuous fashion, but you also want to build code with quality. Static code analysis, unit testing, code coverage, and post deployment testing are all stages that should be included in your pipeline to ensure your code has quality when building the pipeline and deploying it.” – David Dang, VP of Automation Solutions
Zenergy’s DevOps experts David Dang and Bryson Osborne, and senior test engineer Jonathan Diaz discuss the central stages of a mature DevOps CI/CD pipeline. “Many companies have built out a DevOps CICD pipeline. But, is it a mature pipeline? When creating your pipeline, there are several stages you will want to include to ensure it is mature. The goal is to automate as much as possible, running from a trigger base all the way to the last stage of your pipeline.” – David Dang, VP of Automation Solutions
David Dang, DevOps Automation expert, discusses how to leverage AI and machine learning for quality assurance that will make your automation suite more robust.
“AI and machine learning… What is it and what can it do for your company? More and more companies are moving toward AI and machine learning for more efficient and effective software quality.”
David Dang, DevOps Automation expert, explains 7 DevOps quality gates to include in Your DevOps pipeline to help ensure your code is mature and high quality. “Many companies are struggling with the creation of their DevOps pipeline and often ask, ‘How can I accomplish continuous integration and continuous deployment so my code can be built and deployed automatically?'”
There has been much controversy over whether hardening sprints are necessary or not. See our agile experts discuss the pros & cons of hardening sprints, and learn why a co-founder of agile once threatened to revoke Bob Galen’s agile badge.
More and more organizations are moving from Waterfall to Agile software development. While developers usually find the transition to be fairly easy, testers often face more difficulties. Shaun Bradshaw, Zenergy’s Agile expert, explores 5 success tips that can help testers make the transition from Waterfall to Agile more smoothly.
Increased involvement between QA teams and developers can greatly expedite testing on the technical side of things, ultimately speeding up development life cycles for faster releases. Test Expert, David Dang, explores various ways as to how QA can get more involved when working in agile.
Many agile leaders assume that agile is a speed play, and believe that going agile will allow them to get five times more of their software development efforts completed. But that’s not really the case.
Agile Experts, Bob Galen and Shaun Bradshaw, discuss why Scrummerfall behaviors can be risky and can potentially set up sprints for the entire team to fail.
Automation engineers, Chris Lawson and Ryan Eisma, explore effective strategies for making your XPath less brittle.