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In an Agile/DevOps environment, you have more opportunities than ever to report about testing. You catch a missing requirement in a refinement session. You point things out as you pair or ensemble. You’re telling people about what you did during stand-up. Your pipeline turns red and rejects a commit.
Elizabeth uncovers some of the ways you are delivering information about the quality of your software and about how testing is going. Let's explore the many different forms a test report can take, and how you can make them more effective.
Elizabeth continued answering the questions that got missed during the live Ask Me Anything over on The Club.
What You'll Learn
- Learn how to improve how you report about testing.