Agile

Future Strategies in Engineering Quality with James Vignoles (Part 2)

Within part 2 of this discussion around ‘QA and Digital Transformation’ in partnership with a1qa, James Vignoles (Director of QA - Labs at Sophos Ltd), discusses what an optimised testing infrastructure looks like. 

According to James, an optimised testing infrastructure needs to be easy and frictionless. There are 3 key areas that organisations need to look at:

Setting yourself up for success - By Louise Ellekilde Fogstrup

You are a leader taking on a new challenge and wish to hit the ground running to make an impact – and fast.

Many of us will be familiar with this situation and the challenges and opportunities it provides. Only very few organisations hire leaders in order to simply maintain the status quo. Often, there is an expectation that they will bring something different to the table and make an impact.

Using internal mobility, opportunity marketplaces and upskilling to future-proof your organisation

Even before the pandemic, smart HR teams were thinking about how to re-engineer their organisations to help them better survive in a fast-changing, increasingly volatile, unpredictable, complex and ambiguous world. What we've seen over the past year is an acceleration of that chance and some truly inspirational and different responses to the how, when, why and where of work. It's a mega transformation to the world of work, the likes of which has not been experienced seen since the Industrial Revolution. 

Agile and DevOps: Boosting the quality of eCommerce apps

Why do today’s eCommerce apps need to be extremely fast and efficient?

Obviously, consumers don’t like waiting. Like they say in the song, “I want it all, I want it all, I want it all, and I want it now.” To win their trust, it’s vital to provide them with a high-quality and reliable IT product.

But how to achieve this and at the same time make the testing process more effective and transparent? One of the proven options is to implement Agile and DevOps, which is not always that easy.