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Luis Atencio:
Notes on Continuous Delivery - Implementing a Testing Strategy
April 25, 2013 @ 11:55:24

Luis Atencio has posted the latest article in his "Continuous Delivery" series today, this time with a focus on implementing a testing strategy. This is the fourth post in the series (part 1, part 2 and part 3).

There are three things in life that are always held to be true: we will die someday; we will pay taxes; and software will have bugs.... LOL [...] A testing strategy is often overlooked in software projects. This should not be too surprising, we want to build applications quickly and release them quickly. However, leaving quality out of the picture or towards the end are terrible mistakes.

He talks some about the different types of testing that revolve around software development - "business facing" and "technology facing." These are each split down even further into things like acceptance, integration and unit testing.

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Link: http://www.luisatencio.net/2013/04/notes-on-continuous-delivery.html

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