11 Jul 2018
24 Apr 2017
The changing roles of testers and developers and the need for a cultural shift adoption of Agile and DevOps practices are impacting all teams in the software development lifecycle (SDLC), including QA & testing. In this changing and challenging phase, every organization is scouting for innovative, yet proven ways of working that will help their teams work in a seamless manner. Continuous Testing, being the popular and the most reliable method has proved to play a key in addressing these new challenges and produce the most reliable product. Continuous testing involves implementing automated tests as part of effective software delivery to overcome business risks and deliver continuous quality. However, multiple aberrations around continuous testing are moving around the application development community. Let’s find out all the delusions or myths around continuous testing in this infographic.