Testing is a crucial part of the software creation process. It ensures that your code is working correctly and that all bugs are found before the software lands in the hands of consumers. But it can be difficult to explain these tests and their results to investors...
Over the past several decades, applications have radically evolved with advancements in technology. The complexity has increased exponentially with customer demands. This has forced organizations to release software at a faster rate than ever; putting more pressure on project teams to meet tight deadlines and release schedules. To manage the workload teams have moved to implement CI/CD integration as part of their development process. Automated tests are a key component of this process. They get triggered automatically as part of the CI/CD pipeline after every code check-in. These tests catch defects early and have become mandatory in environments with rapid release cycles.
In this webinar, we will demystify CI/CD and cover topics that ultimately decide whether a team succeeds in adopting this practice. Raj Subrameyer is an international keynote speaker, writer, and tech career coach who helps people step into the leadership role of their dreams through his services and speeches. He is helping countless people to discover their zone of genius and leverage it to live the life that they love.
Watch the on-demand webinar here. Recorded on June 10, 2020.
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