Monthly Archives: May 2015

QA Roles and Levels in Continuous Delivery Model | Software Testing

0 – Manual compilation, no unit tests, manual testing by QA Before we all recoil in horror it’s worth recalling the pure horror of how things used to be with an enormous gulf between developers and QA. Thankfully this approach is lost in the mist of time for almost everyone but if has not, you… Read More »

Source code analysis tools: Evaluation criteria

Source code analysis tools: Evaluation criteria Support for the programming languages you use. Some companies support mobile devices, while others concentrate on enterprise languages like Java, .Net, C, C++ and even Cobol. Good bug-finding performance, using a proof of concept assessment. Hint: Use an older build of code you had issues with and see how well… Read More »

The basic steps to adopt the continuous inspection pattern

The following outlines the basic steps to adopt the continuous inspection pattern: 1. Tool selection. Evaluate and select one or more tools that can perform static analysis on your code base. Evaluation criteria include: a. the programming and scripting language(s) used in your software projects versus the ones supported by the tool; b. whether the… Read More »