Right-Sized Developer Test Automation


There are plenty of studies that clearly indicate that test automation is a great defense mechanism against side effects of changes and “application rot”, but developers writing tests in isolation, leads to the wrong tests being chosen, the re-implementation of the same test as the QA already runs, fragile tests, etc. Come chat about how to focus these efforts on producing repeatable, high quality builds validated by developer test automation developed in partnership with the QA org.
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