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7 Benefits of Implementing Automated Testing

Thursday, September 02, 2021

Test automation is the hottest software testing trend of 2019. It has become the key enabler of many advanced development and deployment practices. For instance, the adoption of automated testing has become critical for companies that decide to implement Agile and DevOps methodologies. So, let’s discover the major benefits of automated testing and why automation …

CI/CD Pipeline: Key Components & Building Blocks

Thursday, August 05, 2021

  Delivering software consists of many activities besides writing the actual code. Even before a developer can start writing the code, there are usually a few steps to prepare and gather the necessary requirements. The software delivery process, however, is not done after all the necessary code is written. All the code that developers produce …

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Is Progressive Delivery Just Continuous Delivery with Feature Flags?

Thursday, July 08, 2021

If your organization has established an efficient CI/CD pipeline and you’ve made a successful transition to DevOps culture, you probably already understand the benefits of doing DevOps. Your teams share information and collaborate efficiently, and you’ve seen measurable increases in software delivery speed and quality. Aside from continuing to do what you’re doing, though, where …

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Benefits of Continuous Integration: 8 Things for Devs to Love

Thursday, April 01, 2021

The following is a guest post written by Michiel Mulders You may have a great product but if you don’t release often, it won’t be easy to keep up with your competition. If you want to speed up software delivery, continuous integration (CI) can help you become more efficient. At its essence, CI helps you to …

SAST and SCA

SAST and SCA: Putting the Puzzle Together

Thursday, August 27, 2020

Developing correct and secure software isn’t easy. A typical application includes a large amount of original and third-party code, and it all has to work together without opening up security holes. Any change to existing code, whether it’s a simple refactoring or the addition of a major feature, could create a new risk. Checking the …