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  • Automate some of the things

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  • Testing, Agile and DevOps – their roots and evolution by Dorothy Graham (#SwanseaCon)

    With a total of 4 tracks at SwanseaCon, it was hard to choose which talk to go. However, I could not pass up a chance to see Dorothy Graham talk about her own experiences in software development. I really enjoy learning about the history of computers. Just 3 weeks ago, I took a trip to Bletchley Park the home of the first programmable computers. This was where crytoanalysts managed to develop machines that could help solve the Enigma and Lorenz codes. I strongly recommend visiting. Dorothy Graham’s career doesn’t go as far back as world war 2, but she has had an impressive career regardless. In her talk, Dorothy Graham looks at the past, present and future of software testing. This includes looking back at her own career in software development, the introduction of DevOps and Agile and the changing attitudes in software testing. Introducing Software Testing We started by taking a brief look at Dorothy Grahams career, including some of the computers she worked on (one included punch cards). In the day before the internet, research and learning was a challenge. If you needed to read a journal, you had to either go to the library or apply to have one sent to you. There were very few books about software testing. Testing was often thought of as a necessary evil (if thought of at all) which was not helped by the lack of training or qualifications in the field. Recognizing its importance, Dorothy developed some courses in software[…]

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