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Agnostic Testing – Do you believe?

For a while now, the concept of ‘release’ has seemed perfunctory to me. I remember the first moment when the thought hit me. It was over 10 years ago and agile was gaining traction as the method of software delivery.  We were releasing to a two-week cadence As the test manager, part of my role […]

How will Continuous Delivery affect network traffic?

I was recently in New York and had a chance to walk along the High Line. The High Line is a disused overhead train line converted into a walkway and park. It’s a really lovely walk. I was interested to learn that the train line had been built in the 1930’s but had become disused […]