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January 12, 2018 at 10:59 am #18347Ronan HealyKeymaster@ronan
The new year means that many think about what they want to achieve in 2018. So have you any testing goals for 2018. Do you want to attend more Conferences, lean to code, do more automation, do less automation?
I am going to try get my head around blockchain and GDPR. Two things that I think will be become very popular this year.
Have you any goals?July 6, 2018 at 12:44 pm #19952MunishParticipant@bugraptors
Yes, GDPR is gaining popularity due to security concerns.
I am planning on to increase my grip on automation tools majorly selenium and python. Also I will focus on to blend into Agile and DevOps as it offers shorter delivery cycles and dispenses the responsibility of quality to everyone. Continuous delivery and Continuous Integration are the prime components of DevOps and these are responsible for the faster delivery cycles.
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