Effective agile leadership starts with self-care
Agile + DevOps West 2022: Leaders Look for Opportunities to Transform Their Cultures
In a recent conversation, Coveros CEO Jeffery Payne sat down with agile leadership expert, coach, and author Bob Galen to discuss how software leaders can help prioritize themselves in order to better serve the teams they lead. Here are some key takeaways from that discussion.
Continuous Testing with Self-Healing: Why Is It Important?
In Las Vegas, agile and DevOps leaders discuss challenges and approaches for driving transformations that actually work.
David Bernstein: ‘All the great virtues of software come with testability.’
In agile methodologies, applications are built rapidly and are subject to frequent changes during the initial development. In continuous testing, automated tests are executed as part of the software delivery pipeline to provide instant feedback on business risks associated with the software release candidate. Continuous testing is vital in DevOps to improve quality, reduce costs, […]
4 Key Takeaways from STAREAST 2022
David Bernstein and Coveros CEO Jeff Payne discuss how developers can approach effective agile testing to ensure quality software.
Test AND Code: Rethinking software testing through a holistic approach
Senior Learning and Consulting Advocate Stephanie Fender outlines what she learned at the first in-person STAR conference in over 2 years.
3 Big Things Organizations Get Wrong About Software Testing
Four key takeaways on the value of a holistic testing approach.
Your Situation is Not That Dire—Retrospective Action Items Can Help
Coveros CEO and Agile expert Jeffery Payne outlines the common testing mistakes that hinder quality software development.
Independent Doesn’t Mean Isolated: How to Involve IV&V Early for Agile Project Success
As part of an ongoing series on retrospectives, Managing Consultant Brian Hicks offers four reasons why functional teams often overlook tracking retrospective action items.
Of Risks and Retrospectives
Senior Consultant Jonathan Kauffman discusses ways to integrate IV&V into an agile development team to improve team and organization velocity.
In this counter-opinion, Senior Consultant Byron Katz discusses why a lack of action items from an agile team’s retrospective might be a symptom of deeper problems.