Surviving Shift-Left as a Tester

Shift-left is largely about bringing the thinking about testing earlier in the process. In this article, testing guru and consultant Paul Gerrard talks about what is driving the shift-left movement, how the role of testing is being changed by it, and how you can adapt in a more agile world.

Shift-left can mean developers take more ownership and responsibility for their own testing; it can also mean testers get involved earlier, challenge requirements, and feed examples to developers through a behavior-driven development process. It can mean users and BAs together with developers take full responsibility for testing, and it can mean no test team and no testers. We have seen all configurations and there is no “one true way” of course.

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