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How to Fail Fast With Test Intelligence in CI


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The biggest bottleneck of the software delivery process is testing—there’s no doubt about it. That’s because developers never compromise on quality. They want to make sure the new code being merged is working as expected and the old code still works. How do we solve this friction? How can developers move fast without compromising on test quality and coverage?

This session will provide you with knowledge on:

  • The current state of testing in the build process
  • The benefits of a 'fail fast' methodology
  • How Harness built test intelligence
  • The results of leveraging test intelligence in CI
Shiv Ningappa
Principal Software Engineer - Harness
Shivakumar Ningappa is a principal software engineer and serves as Harness Continuous Integration Enterprise (CIE) architect. Before Harness, Shiv built simulation infrastructure at Uber ATG to test self-driving cars. At Yahoo, he built many complex, low-latency batch/Lambda data processing systems that run at a scale of billions of events per day. Shiv enjoys applying new technologies to develop robust and maintainable systems. Shiv received his MS degree in Computer Science from Syracuse University.

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