Content tagged as 'Continuous-Integration'

Here is a list of all the content that has been tagged as continuous-integration.

Talk - Secrets of a High Performance Security Focussed Agile Team

At BSides Wellington: Kim discusses that Quality (security included) does not have to be neglected when you’re planning, building and running a high performance development team. He discusses how we fail and how to succeed.

Talk - Secrets of a High Performance Security Focussed Agile Team

At All Day DevOps: Kim discusses that Quality (security included) does not have to be neglected when you’re planning, building and running a high performance development team. He discusses how we fail and how to succeed.

Workshop - Developing a high-performance security focussed Agile Team

DevSecCon, Singapore: Quality (security included) does not have to be neglected when you’re planning, building and running a high-performance development team.

Kim will set the stage with how and why Agile development teams fail, explained with a familiar anecdote taken from his new book “Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers”, coupled with how you can change this.

Automating Specification by Example for .NET Web Applications

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It’s my intention that the following details will help you create a system that automates “Specification by Example”.

How to Increase Software Developer Productivity

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Is your organisation:

  • Wanting to get more out of your Software Developers?
  • Wanting to increase RoI?
  • Spending too much money fixing bugs?
  • Development team not releasing business value fast enough?
  • Maybe your a software developer and you want to lift your game to the next level?

If any of these points are of concern to you… read on.

How to optimise your testing effort

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I recently wrote a post for the company I currently work for around the joys of doing TDD. What is your current approach to testing? How can you spend the little time you have on the most important areas? I thought I’d share some thoughts around where I see the optimal areas to invest your test effort.