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In a recent Gartner study, 64% of top digital performers were using an open source first approach for test automation, while lower performers show a much lower rate of open source adoption. Why? Because open source embodies the innovative, fast-moving qualities needed in today’s application economy.  We are in a changing market driven by agile development, innovation and collaboration. Open source is not going anywhere. In fact, the open source services industry is expected to...

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What it Really Means to ‘Shift Left’ Much of the new wisdom surrounding the improvement of software testing scenarios focuses on the idea of Shift-Left, in which the work of testing code is shifted back toward the earliest phases of the software development lifecycle (SDLC), and starts at check-in. But with velocity and speed of the modern app economy, this concept of ‘extreme shift left’ testing is coming of age. This is quite a departure...