Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast: Episode 32 – Orchestrating Your Testing Suite

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Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast: Episode 32 – Orchestrating Your Testing Suite

Check out the #c9d9 podcast episode 32, which looks at delivering quality software faster, including testing matrices, test cycle pathways, and managing test data and environments.

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Recently on #c9d9 we talked about best practices for orchestrating enterprise software testing. Delivering software faster, but with lower quality, doesn’t help you win in the market.

What are some of the challenges and proven tips and patterns used to test critical software – across all the different supported platforms – quickly and efficiently?

  • What does your test matrix look like?
  • How do you define the pathway through your test cycle?
  • How do you use automation and service virtualization?
  • How do you manage test environments and data?
  • How have your testing needs changed over time?

Watch the Replay of this episode: https://youtu.be/9ORPS8Pl27g 

This episode features:

Alex CowanAlex Cowan

Alex has been an entrepreneur (5x) and intrapreneur (1x). Currently helping create digital innovators @DardenMBA & advising companies. He talk too much.

@cowanSF | alexandercowan.com/blog/

chris kentChris Kent

Chris loves crafting enterprise apps with ATDD, TDD, and clean coding. You’ll also find him reading, outdoors, or at a local brewery/winery.

@thirstydev | www.bti360.com/author/chris-k/

Hugo HendriksHugo Hendriks

Hugo is a freelance integration consultant based in the Netherlands with the focus on Oracle Fusion Middleware, Java, open-source and Scrum.

@R3DR0CK | www.redrock-it.nl

Kate-AbrosimovaKate Abrosimova

Director of content at Yalantis and tech journalist, who likes to create things, write about technology with a focus on mobile, and collaborate with tech teams.

@kateabrosimova | yalantis.com/blog/

devops, metrics, testing, virtualization

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