Happy New Year! January is already whizzing past and it is that time of the year when we are busy strategizing and setting our quality goals. Yet, there is a world of difference between theory and practice and those who transition to a new methodology are only too aware of this.
For instance, if you are new to CI/CD, you may face many challenges and it is easy to make some rookie mistakes. We have compiled a list of the most common pitfalls in CI/CD implementation and how you can avoid them.
Speaking of quality goals, January is also the time for some sparking new resolutions. But why restrict your improvement agenda to personal development. The software testing experts at QMetry have worked on some top-notch goals for testing teams to implement in 2020. Take a look.
The new year is off to a great start for QMetry as we announce our latest build for QMetry Automation Studio. Our new release brings forth some exciting features such as headless automation and self-healing tests.
Often companies on the path to Continuous Delivery are looking to automate their regression testing tests using automated testing tools. One question that we frequently encounter is “Which is the best test automation tool?” To this, we have compiled a list of factors that companies must look at before choosing their test automation tool. And a compilation of our Top 5 Test Automation Tools in 2020.
In other good news, we have partnered with Netherlands-based Avisi B.V, an Atlassian Platinum Solutions partner. Avisi is the leading, training and consultancy company in the Netherlands and we look forward to accelerating our quality initiatives and server our clients better with their help.
And if you are wondering what QQBOT has been upto. He’s just back from the holidays with these pearls of wisdom:
Travel is a fantastic self-development tool not only because it is fun to visit new places, meet new people and explore new activities but also because it extricates you from the values of your own culture and shows you that another society can live with entirely different values and still function as good as yours or even better.
Diversity and Inclusion are two most important traits of innovative organization, but they are equally important self-improvement traits. I believe travel (This can be local travel, with-in country, International or Intergalactic!!!) is the best way to embody these two important values for growth. Diversity that you experience during travel refers to the traits and characteristics that make people in each society unique. While Inclusion that you experience during travel refers to the behaviors and social norms that ensure people feel welcome.
Food for thought until we meet again in February!