Going to a NoOps model isn't easy; it can be painful, but everyone needs to understand why you're doing it and the benefits you'll gain. NoOps model helps many organizations remove roadblocks and enable them to move faster, grow quicker, and ensure we're serving our customers the best way we can.
Some quick and efficient recipes which come handy to get more test ideas when you are stuck during testing.
In a traditional model, a QA team member's activities are explicit: testing the developers' work before it gets released (Functional Testing or Automation Testing), detecting bugs, communicating findings, and advocating for problems to be fixed. In Agile Testing, all cross-functional team members, with unique expertise contributed by testers, ensure delivering the customer's business value at... Continue Reading →