As a former Head of Software Engineering, I have seen a lot of pattern and anti-pattern in the past 5 years. This are my Top 5 Learnings from managing approx. 40 developers. 1. Automate as much as possible Even though
Although Unit Testing is a crucial aspect of every software project, it is mostly neglected in organizations that produce some sort of software nowadays. This is even more true for startups. As they usually start trying out something, there is
To get a feeling for how much testing is already done, code coverage is often used as a benchmark for how much of the tested system is already covered by automated test cases. When having particular benchmarks of code coverage
If a project is handled in a test center, it is not always visible to the customer. Both the distribution of tasks in a team and the test capacities remain hidden for the time being. If, on the other hand,
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