Everyone, including me, loves predicting future trends. But what about trends that aren’t trendy yet?
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) updated its metrics guidance in May, 2021. Now it suggests measuring Outcomes, Flow and Competency. I’ve been a big fan of Flow Framework and used Flow Metrics since autumn 2019 to lead my team. I was thrilled to see Flow Metrics finally in SAFe!
By its very nature, Salesforce is one of the driving forces behind the developments that make test automation a necessity.
I believe cloud automation has the potential to truly shape the way we interact with technology. And even more importantly: How technology interacts with different systems.
In this blog post, we’ll be taking a closer look at the benefits of DevOps automation and focus more on insights rather than common automation buzzwords. But before we get to the point, let’s look at what DevOps automation actually is.
International experts for software quality cooperate in the GFFT Software Lab. Qentinel, a leading specialist in test automation, and the GFFT (Society for the Promotion of Research Transfer) are launching a consortium project on "Software Testing in the Automotive Cloud" in 2021. The aim is to develop practice-oriented solutions for the special challenges of connected driving. Interested software testers, software developers and automotive engineers are cordially invited to exchange personal experiences. Several (online) workshops are planned for 2021, focusing around Android Automotive, Adaptive Autosar and Test Automation in the Cloud.