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האנציקלופדיה לבדיקות - DevOps - אייל זילברמן (גיליון#1)

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האנציקלופדיה לבדיקות - DevOps - אייל זילברמן (גיליון#1)

מאמר זה הופיע בגיליון#1 של מגזין עולם הבדיקות - לצפייה בפורמט המלא כולל קישורים וכד' ובשאר מאמרי גיליון זה:
http://goo.gl/IpG6El

 

TW1 DevOps AyalZ

 

 

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