The Ship Show: I Don't Always Test, But When I Do...

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The Ship Show: I Don't Always Test, But When I Do...

Learn about code coverage and software testing from this podcast, featuring J. Paul Reed, Seth Thomas, Pete Cheslock, J. Michael McGarr, and Katherine Daneils.

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Do you test? Do you want to test? For many operations and build/release engineers (and even some developers!), testing can be a bit of a foreign concept. It’s hard to pay attention to getting to 100% code coverage on your unit tests for your infrastructure cookbooks and manifests when the infrastructure is on fire! But… maybe that’s why it’s on fire? For this episode, Mike McGarr walks us through the nuts and bolts of testing, so we can all become better testers, and start integrating testing into our workflows, even if we’re not developers. Join us for:

I Don’t Always Test, But When I Do…

Join J. Paul Reed, aka @SoberBuildEng, Seth Thomas, aka @cheeseplus, Pete Cheslock , aka @petecheslock, J. Michael McGarr, aka @SonOfGarr, and Katherine Daneils, aka @beerops for the discussion, plus a the last couple of weeks in News & Views and a special O’Reilly guest!

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A Special Guest

Paul and Courtney Nash, O’Reilly’s Director of Strategic Content and Velocity Conference tri-chair, discuss the thematic changes for Velocity Conference.

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