Roundtable Discussion: Shift Left through Tester-Developer Collaboration

The traditional wall between developers and testers is counterproductive to building quality software. Bugs found by QA/testers need to be addressed by developers as soon as possible, while the code for the function/user story is still top-of-mind for the developer. Challenges in reproducing bugs, receiving false bugs, or insignificant bugs do not foster a value-added working relationship between testers and developers. Join this discussion following the panel on ‘Achieving Cross Roles Collaboration to Build Quality Software’ to define innovative ways for developers and QA/testers to work side-by-side during development activities to shift testing left in projects.

ALM COLLABORATION
Location: Date: April 22, 2016 Time: 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm