In some circles, DevOps is considered the way forward for modern businesses and many converts will readily speak to its benefits. Despite this enthusiasm, there’s still some confusion as to what DevOps actually is, and why it is necessary
Agile has come to stay, so there is no debate on whether we need to adapt to it or not. Here are some tips on how to do an agile transformation carefully, since it is a methodology that needs a cultural change, not just operational change
Head of QA Office at Thomson Reuters Eikon, Hussein Jibaou, believes that in order to accelerate business growth and "delight" customers, business models have to be moved to one unique platform-based product
Sudeep Chatterjee, Head of QA – FX Horizontal at Bank Of America Merrill Lynch, believes that when more non-technology leaders start to understand and appreciate the work done by the testing community the phoenix of software testers will rise again
It’s true that the hardest thing about DevOps is built into its name – the collaboration between development and IT operations (and everyone in between!). How can you bring cross-functional teams and disciplines together into a cohesive, higher-performing whole?