Part III – What is CI/CD? Continuous Integration is achieved when developers continually commit their deemed production ready code to a version control system in which changes checked into this repository are picked up by a Continuous Integration server and validated against a set of build steps for things like static code analysis, cyclomatic complexity […]Read more "Achieving Software Testing Nirvana in a CI/CD environment with a sprinkling of Agile – Part III"
Part II – What is Software Testing, Why does it Matter And How Do We Approach It? Software testing is an enabler. An enabler that allows us to think outside the story we are intending on implementing. We need testing because we can’t think of everything, and testing enables us to cover all aspects and […]Read more "Achieving Software Testing Nirvana in a CI/CD environment with a sprinkling of Agile – Part II"
Last year I did a presentation to the wider tech team at Bookatable to help us all gain a common ground and understanding on what are the levels of testing we should be covering when gaining confidence in our software releases to production and how being Agile can help us on this journey. The presentation was […]Read more "Achieving Software Testing Nirvana in a CI/CD environment with a sprinkling of Agile – Part I"
This is an old post from December last year: Below is my summary of the key take backs from each talk I attended for Day 2 (and my final day of the 3 day conference) at the NDC in London. Continuous Delivery of Databases – Enrico Campidoglio Really good talk from Enrico on this topic. […]Read more "Day 2 at The NDC London"
This is an old post from December last year: Below is my summary of the key take backs from each talk I attended for Day 1 at the NDC in London. The creativity imperative – Denise Jacobs Denise kicked off the NDC with this awesome key note on the creative imperative and provided some interesting […]Read more "Day 1 at the NDC London"
The DateTime Environment Trap Recently we had a deployment of an application to one of our production servers, everything was thoroughly tested in all environments; Dev, Integration, QA and UAT, and successful, so a deployment to Production was scheduled. The application was thusly deployed and suddenly BANG! it didn’t work, but how? We were sure […]Read more "The DateTime Environment Trap"
For a few years now I have been itching to get into the crazy world of blogging. So recently (towards the end of 2014) I did just that. I decided to make this transition due to the fact that I have a passion for many areas in the software development world. Things like culture with […]Read more "Hello and Welcome to My Journey :)"