Gartner Research finds that “Application leaders are under increasing pressure to maintain quality while increasing the velocity of delivery”.
QA leaders are aware of practices such as Shift Left Testing and its ability to create a highly productive development lifecycle that helps achieve faster Time-to-Market. However, they are often faced with organizational resistance when it comes to adoption. Attend this webinar for insights on making a case for Shift Left, establishing an end-to-end strategy, anticipating challenges and managing change through a real-world enterprise case study.
Who Should Attend?
QA and IT leaders from enterprises in any industry or region will find this webinar insightful.
About the speakers
Maryanne Fleming has worked in retail for more than 30 years. In this time, she has gained valuable insights while leading projects for large multinationals such as Marks and Spencer, Mothercare, Monsoon Accessorize and more. As a Project Manager, she gained first-hand experience of testing time being compressed to hit Go Live dates, with the attendant risk to quality, cost, and actual Go Live dates.
Robb is a thought leader in the domain of software quality assurance and is based in London. His 20 years of consulting experience has included clients and project locations as diverse as a global energy concern in Cape Town, a multinational telecommunications company in Manila, a mining company in Borneo, a global bank in Frankfurt, a major semiconductor manufacturer in Shanghai, and the United States Army at the Pentagon.
Being a worldwide leader in independent?quality engineering?services, Cigniti is a strong advocate of Quality Assurance and its implementation right from the initial stages of the software lifecycle.?We?encourage customer feedback and believe in including such feedback in?our?broader quality assurance approach.
Best Practices for Shift Left Testing
Develop in a way that is conducive to Shift Left Testing. Once the requirements are established, developers and testers should brainstorm ideas for shaping coding and testing as early and incrementally as possible.
Depending on the product expectations as well as the team’s limitations, specific strategies may need to be developed to accommodate the Shift Left approach in testing.