How do you balance the need to "go fast" with the need to test everything to deliver high-quality software? Yesterday on #c9d9 we talked all about testing:
- How much testing is enough ?
- What kind of testing should you invest in?
- How can you make testing faster ?
- And where do you start if you wanted to make sure all your builds are green?
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Flo is the CTO and co-founder at Codeship, a hosted continuous delivery service. He's passionate about immutable infrastructure and helping teams build more productive processes. @flomotlik
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Software engineer for ClassDojo, an Educational Technology start-up in San Francisco. Gregg is interested in open source software, APIs, craftsmanship and Continuous Delivery. @GreggCaines
Trevor is the Co-founder & chief scientist at @Logentries, log management & analytics made easy. Irish, software engineer. PhD, @UCDDublin alumnus. @trevparsons
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Ivan is a software engineer working for HERE, a Nokia business in Berlin. He is a software craftsman, functional programming enthusiast, in love with life. @ikusalic
Principal developer at Box UK. Jon delivers complex projects such as faceted search solutions, API integrations and data aggregation systems for a wide variety of international clients. @h00zf1sh
Michael has been straddling the world of Dev and Ops, now working remotely with teams across the world to help improve their workflows. @mpchlets
Ron's passion is for profitable software development. He has been programming computers for decades and over the last 15 years has worked as a Development Manager, Agile Coach, Trainer, Extreme Programmer, XP Coach and Lean Entrepreneur. @rquartel