Security Testing in an Agile World: An Interview with Jeff Payne

Summary: Jeffrey Payne sat down with Noel Wurst to discuss a range of topics, including advice for teams that are attempting agile for the first time, the importance of clear communication between teams, and the ways that security testing has changed alongside modern technology. Complete Article: Agile Connection May 2 2013 article – Security Testing in […]

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Coveros CTO Tom Stiehm on Implementing Cloud-Based DevOps for distributed Agile projects

Coveros CTO Tom Stiehm is presenting a conference session on Implementing Cloud-Based DevOps for distributed Agile projects at ADCWest / BSCWest in Las Vegas June 5, 2013 Cloud-based development, delivery, and deployment environments are the future of IT operations. Thomas Stiehm shares the hard-learned lessons of setting up and running cloud-based solutions that implement DevOps […]

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Integrating Security into Continuous Delivery

Tom Stiehm, Coveros CTO, is presenting Integrating Security into Continuous Delivery at DC Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment Group Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at Blackboard Inc. (650 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC (map)) starting at 6:30PM. The Internet is full of insecure applications that cost organizations money and time, while damaging their reputations when their […]

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Scaling Agile isn’t such a Stretch

By Lisa Morgan Reposted from SD Times Being agile is more critical than ever as businesses compete for customers. The true level of agility can vary greatly from company to company, team to team, department to department and person to person. As organizations scale agile out from pilots and small groups to critical projects involving […]

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Why I write tests first

I was recently having a discussion with some coworkers about test-driven development. There was some discussion about the relative value and cost, and not surprisingly some dramatically different opinions on the subject. It got me thinking about my own habits. I like test-driven development, but I’m not a purist. I almost always write my code with testing […]

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