Have you ever noticed that there are communities and podcasts for practically everything? No matter the development tool, platform, or approach, there always seems to be a large group for it. However, shift-left testing is often discussed only as a side topic and rarely as a unifying factor for the community.
Despite being a bedrock of DevOps, the evolution of QA processes seems to be left undiscussed in the race for high-paced software development. Some of us still find ourselves in slow, semi-automatic testing environments days after the feature has been committed to main. Why does this happen? We believe it's because the industry lacks a proper place to highlight the benefits and proper ways to achieve shift-left continuous testing.
Ruslan Akhmetzianov, our TestOps ambassador, will work together with Parveen Khan, a Senior QA Consultant from ThoughtWorks who specializes in QualityOps practices, to address the issue. Join us for our next virtual meetup on April 27th!
Senior QA Consultant at Thoughtworks
Being a quality advocate she believes delivering high-quality products is everyone's responsibility. Parveen loves collaborating with teams and optimizing processes, tools and methodologies to enable the creation of high-quality products. She is also an international speaker sharing her stories and experiences in testing to inspire other people around the globe. You can connect with her on Twitter and read her stories at https://www.parveenkhans.com.
DevRel Manager at Qameta Software
Developer Relations Lead at Qameta Software with a focus on keeping Allure Report open-source community and building a TestOps enjoyers club. Big fan of sharing knowledge and discussing corner cases for QAA evolution hypotheses.