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Traditionally, QA testing occurs at the end of the development process. However, developers are rethinking this practice, shifting testing further and further left, begging the question: Is it ever too early to test?
Shifting left can help identify defects earlier, run tests more frequently, improve confidence for deployment, and increase cycles; but to effectively refactor we must:
- Examine the whole IT value stream
- Move testing earlier wherever possible
- Identify opportunities to automate and integrate
- Think of people, process, tools, and culture
Access the white paper now to learn more about the many benefits of QA testing earlier in the development process.