Shifting left is not a new idea. In the 1950s, programmers knew that it was better to start testing earlier (or continually) and did just that. There were no dedicated testers at the time, so the same people who wrote the code did the testing/QA. Unfortunately, the waterfall model gave rise to the independent test teams and time lag between dev and test that we have today. Join us today as Claire Pow, from Lloyds Banking Group, discusses why testing early and often is so critical as organizations look to modernize their delivery capabilities and seek that competitive edge.
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