Insights and analysis from thought leaders in testing/QA, agile development and testing, requirements, mobile testing, DevOps, and more. These white papers from SQE Training's expert instructors bring you insight into best practices, career strategies and guidance, analysis of common software development processes, and more.
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Coveros CEO Jeffery Payne discusses lessons learned from many years of implementing mission-critical DevOps solutions. Key engineering attributes such as quality, security, availability, and usability are explored in the context of creating a reliable and scalable DevOps pipeline are outlined. Download the session materials here.
Presented as part of the web seminar series demonstrating SQE Training’s Live Virtual Training platform.
Niranjan Maharajh discusses the key FDA and international regulations that make software testing in the medical device space different than other industries.
The inaugural TechWell State of the Testing Profession survey sets a baseline measurement of attitudes about the testing profession, with an eye toward repeating the survey annually to track trends and changes. The survey not only collected data on the current state of testing, but it also gathered feedback on evolving tester roles and responsibilities, new skills and knowledge requirements, and opinions on the outlook for the testing profession.
The results of TechWell’s second annual survey show the role of tester continues to evolve and adapt thanks to the increasing influence of automation, DevOps, and agile. Responsibilities and skill sets are still expanding to include more technical skills and domain knowledge. And, most importantly, the role of tester seems to be holding strong for the foreseeable future.
Agile, DevOps, and Continuous Delivery are reshaping testing processes and procedures for modern software development teams. How will it affect you?
In this article from Better Software, TechWell CIO and SQE Training President Mike Sowers highlights some characteristics of the new normal for development and testing in this digital age of agility and continuous integration and deployment.
Business analysis is often seen as a technical skill. The business analyst is called upon to build process and data models, writes precise requirements, estimate the effort involved, and more. But a business analyst has another set of responsibilities—to uncover what it is that stakeholders actually need.
Originators of the Volere requirements process, template, checklists and techniques, James Robertson and Suzanne Robertson discuss why the most successful business analysts have a uniqe combintation of hard and soft skills in this paper.
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