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Conference Presentations

Agile DevOps West Building Quality into Your Release Pipeline
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Decreasing the time to market has become critical for many organizations.

Troy Walsh
Agile DevOps West Getting to Continuous Testing
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Max Saperstone tells the story of how a healthcare company striving to get to continuous releases built up their automation to secure confidence in regular releases.

Max Saperstone
Agile DevOps West How to Prevent Catastrophic Doom on Your Next Federal DevOps Project
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Trying to achieve real continuous deployments into production is hard for everyone, but it’s especially hard for highly regulated or government projects. 

Ryan Kenney
Agile DevOps West Building the Blocks of Trust in Automation
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When moving toward automation, establishing trust in the automation test suite is important to unite the team as a whole. Once trust is established in the process and the tests, it becomes crucial to the overall software development lifecycle.

Sneha Viswalingam
Agile DevOps West Making the Jump from DevOps to DevSecOps
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Organizations are moving to DevOps to build and deploy software more rapidly. But as they break down organizational silos to bring together testing, development, and operations, they often avoid or exclude security in their transformational efforts.

Alan Crouch
Agile DevOps West Using Component Testing for Ultra-Fast Builds
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A best practice of software architecture is to design your applications into independent modules or components, with a published contract for interaction between components. This is a principle of the microservices style of architecture, but it also applies to components created in a large monolith. If we can test the functionality of the component independently, and apply a level of trust that those components work, this opens the door to rethinking our continuous integration and continuous delivery strategy, potentially reducing the need for long test suites and many environments. It will also cause us to rethink our unit testing strategy and the test pyramid. Tim Cochran will talk through the different kinds of component testing, show working examples, and give advice about when to apply them. He will also cover what this might mean for your organization's broader testing strategy.

Timothy Cochran
Agile DevOps West 5 Common Types of Mobile App Bugs Found Using AI
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Among all mobile apps, the current error rate is believed to be at 15 percent. With a thousand new apps launching daily and a constant increase of mobile devices, there’s a need for a scalable solution to create and maintain high-quality apps, without hassle.

Sandy Park
Agile DevOps West Case Study: An Engineering-Focused, Scaled Agile Rollout at Standard & Poor's
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A large company moves to agile, but when the going gets tough, they abandon all their agile processes and revert to old ways—which are now a combination of Scrum and waterfall—and delivery is worse than before they started.

Stan Guzik
Agile DevOps West Hunting Sasquatch: Finding Intermittent Issues Using Periodic Automation
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In pop culture, Sasquatch (aka Bigfoot) is an ape-like creature infrequently seen in the Pacific Northwest of North America—if he even exists.

Paul Grizzaffi
Agile DevOps West What's That Smell? Tidying Up Our Test Code
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We are often reminded by those experienced in writing test automation that code is code. The sentiment being conveyed is that test code should be written with the same care and rigor that production code is written with.

Angie Jones

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