What works and what doesn't work in software development? For the first 10 years or so of my career, we followed a strict waterfall development model. Then in 2008 we started switching to an agile development model. In 2011 we added DevOps principles and practices. Our product team has also become increasingly global. This blog is about our successes and failures, and what we've learned along the way.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Test automation got you down?

It's here - my full article on Making Your Automated Tests Faster, on the Enterprise DevOps blog!  Thank you again to the dozens of people who contributed their ideas at DevOps Days Rome.

This reminds me of my earlier post on "death by build", and how a build that takes too long, due in part to slow test automation, can really hamper a project: Is Shift-Left Agile? And Death By Build

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