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Continuous delivery Test Coverage in the Age of Continuous Delivery[article]

Test coverage is a strategy to help us spend scarce testing time on the right priorities. When things were tested last, how much automation coverage we have, how often the customers use the feature, and how critical the feature is to application are all factors to consider. Here are some ideas for keeping quality high when you're transitioning to continuous delivery.

Matthew Heusser's picture Matthew Heusser
DevOps 2017 Is a Pivotal Year for DevOps[magazine]

Customers expect real-time software updates. As DevOps becomes the engine for delivering business value, continuous innovation is needed. And this has to begin at the start of every project.

Eric Robertson's picture Eric Robertson
Test Artifacts The Reality of Test Artifacts[magazine]

To perform a validation of a software product, you need test plans. But by the time you begin testing, are those plans still valid? There has to be a better way than translating requirements into a useless test document.

Justin Rohrman's picture Justin Rohrman
The Impossibility of Estimating Software The Impossibility of Estimating Software[magazine]

Estimating software schedules must be an art, not a science. With so many techniques published on the subject, why is it so difficult? It has to do with the human element and past project knowledge.

Mobile Dev Test Can Your Mobile Infrastructure Survive 1 Million Concurrent Users?[presentation]
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When you’re building the next killer mobile app, how can you ensure that your app is both stable and capable of near-instant data updates? The answer: Build a backend! Siva Katir says that there’s much more to building a backend than standing up a SQL server in your datacenter and calling...

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