How Google Tests Software - an IBM Sponsored webcast
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In today's world of software development where the end result is often measured as business results or return on investment, there is an increasing focus on reducing risk and cost while delivering on the needs of the business.
Development teams now need to react rapidly to change while adopting more efficient and effective methods for releasing quality software to production more frequently. Test teams are not immune to these shortened delivery cycles and many are struggling with implementing test practice improvements allowing them to keep up with validating the quality of the software being deployed. Perhaps you are experiencing the same. So, what are others successfully doing as the world of testing changes and the responsibilities between development and test blur?
A very familiar and successful business which has embraced this change is Google. Google releases complex software rapidly to millions of users on a regular basis. But have you ever wondered how Google does testing? Join us for an IBM sponsored webcast on December 6th at 2pm ET where James Whittaker, Thought Leader and Engineering Director at Google, unveils the secret sauce of Google test practices.
Listen to James share "How Google Tests Software" by registering for the webcast here.
For a preview of what will be shared during the webcast, watch these short videos.