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The DevOps Phonetic Alphabet

The new DevOps alphabet is the answer for your spelling needs. Whether you need to spell your name or the name of an open source tool, the solution is here.

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Refael Botbol Klaus Neuhold and Ephy Behar

Agile Development and Testing - An Introduction

A complete experience-based overview of agile vs. waterfall, working in sprints and scrum teams, testing types, releases and how to achieve agile development.

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Gilad Peleg

QA Automation Pipeline - Learn How to Build Your Own

Set up your own QA automation pipeline. Learn everything you need to know to create your automation tests and continuous integration. Master software testing.

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Yuri Bushnev

Open Source Projects - The Ultimate Guide to Starting and Growing Your Own

Looking to start your own open source project? Learn tips and best practices from THE open source expert. Get advice from a leader with years of experience.

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Andrey Pokhilko

6 Developer Phrases that QA Engineers Love to Hate

Talented developers write code and create beautiful features. But issues can still rise. That's where QA engineers, who test features before they are released to keep the product up to high standards, come in. Here are 6 sentences developers say to QA engineers which I’m sure will sound familiar.

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Michal Borenstein

Developers & QA: Are You Accidentally Breaking the Law by Load Testing Your Website?

If you’re anything like me, you probably have a set of questions that run through your head whenever you run a performance test on your website or app. These may include:   Will my site be able to take 50,000 concurrent users? How should I set the ramp up?

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Itay Mendelawy

Five Agile Testing Approaches That You Should Know About

Agile Testing, which checks for bugs and performance bottlenecks within the Agile workflow,  has different approaches and strategies. Agile testing includes participation by many members of different IT teams, with special expertise contributed by testers. The overall goal is to ensure the quality of the product, while keeping pace with rapid development and releases.  

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Jason Silberman

Developers: Why the Platform I’m Coding Will Probably Drive You Crazy

Be honest - how do you feel when someone tests your code?   If you’re anything like me, it probably ranks right up there with Monday mornings or getting a root canal. In fact, there are 5 things that drive me absolutely crazy in an average working week:   #1. When It All Comes Crashing Down  

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Lior Shub