Lean Software Development – Part 2

In the Lean Software Development - Part 1, we discussed the principles "Eliminate Waste" and "Build Quality In". Here in the Part 2, lets discuss the rest of the principles. Lean Principle #3 – Create Knowledge This might look obvious and common sense. But then common sense isn’t that common! In software development, knowledge is... Continue Reading →


Lean Software Development – Part 1

I shall be breaking up the Lean Software Development Principles and share my thoughts from my experience. All about Lean is to “Fail Fast” and “Continuously Improve” one step a time. Lean Software Development Principles Eliminate Waste Build Quality In Create Knowledge Defer Commitment Deliver Fast Respect People Optimize The Whole Let's discuss each one of... Continue Reading →

Waterfall to Agile Testing – A Transition

This blog is targeted at those companies that aspire to advance their software development model from waterfall to agile. When a company decides to transition from Waterfall to Agile testing, address the following questions: What are the most important areas to concentrate on for effective Agile Testing? How does Testing in Agile compare to that... Continue Reading →

The Art of Test-Team Management & Motivation

Background There is umpteen information on how to manage the test process itself, but the less predictable area of managing the team is often neglected. Good management skills go a long way, but managing and motivating a test team does present some rather particular problems. When it comes to a test team, a real understanding... Continue Reading →

Implementing DevOps

Before getting into this post, for better understanding, I would recommend the readers to run-through my previous posts in the below order: Defining DevOps Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI / CD) Dev Vs Ops Continuous Testing and Continuous Monitoring Infrastructure as Code Continuous Deployment Vs Continuous Delivery IT Environments Management Start with “Why?” What does it... Continue Reading →

IT Environments Management

This is another important area of interest in DevOps. Effective and efficient management of Non-Production Environments (NPE) driven by structured automation can deliver significant benefits along with substantial cost savings. It also increases availability of applications while speeding up the response to business and IT needs. IT Environments Management is probably one of the most... Continue Reading →

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