Denali Lumma is a Senior Technology and People Leader, with close to 20 years’ experience. Her advice on the profitability and importance of diversity in the workplace is eye-opening, and she gives us insight . . .
Does it compile? Does it compile and run? Does it compile and run correctly? Does it compile and run correctly and quickly? Does it compile and run correctly, quickly and securely? On XYZ device/ agent, in ABC region/ location? In ABC region/ location? Can the development team make changes easily, can it be debugged, can it be extended, can . . .
Many women (and others) in software engineering often feel that they are frauds. From wikipedia:
Impostor syndrome is a psychological phenomenon in which people are unable to internalize their accomplishments. Despite external evidence of their competence, those with the syndrome remain convinced that they are frauds and do not . . .
A review of system attributes and technologies available now and coming in the next few years which will fundamentally change the nature of test automation, continuous integration and how software is created.
Denali Lumma is driving fearless, secure software development for critical systems with industry best practices.
Stop trying to "test" quality into your product with engineering specialists focused on quality. Build quality in at the beginning, make every engineer a quality engineer, and transition your quality engineers into engineering generalists. How many groups at Salesforce are transitioning to the "Hybrid Model", the term used . . .
I spoke at the San Francisco Selenium Meetup about how Okta’s engineering team addresses test failures and keeps its tests 100 percent blue. In the video below, I describe the team’s strategic iterations toward test automation accuracy, stability and maintainability.