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Automated Regressions and component test


Presentation

How long does it take you to promote a change to production, minutes, days, weeks, months?  What holds you back, if it’s ensuring the quality of your code then this is the session for you.  Over the past few years CICS has adopted a dev-ops approach shortening the time it takes for us to deliver a new change set into a tested, release of the product.  We want to share some of our work with you to help you achieve the same results.  This won’t just be about trying to sell IBM products, but show how free open source tools, techniques and strategies can help you to do more with the testing that you do and allow you to deliver better code to production without introducing new risks

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Stream: CICS
Room: Hungaroring
Time: 15:00 - 16:00

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Speakers


  • William Yates at IBM UK LTD.
  • Since the edge of 5 when he decided to run a boundary value analysis test against the VCR by inserting a piece of toast into it, Will has had the knack for systematically breaking software. After a degree in Computer Science he joined the CICS team at IBM Hursley where is has been busy raising defects ever since. He has been involved in all areas of CICS application modernisation, co-authored several red books and recently presented the introduction to CICS video education series.


    Email: wyates@uk.ibm.com

  • William Yates at IBM UK LTD.
  • Since the edge of 5 when he decided to run a boundary value analysis test against the VCR by inserting a piece of toast into it, Will has had the knack for systematically breaking software. After a degree in Computer Science he joined the CICS team at IBM Hursley where is has been busy raising defects ever since. He has been involved in all areas of CICS application modernisation, co-authored several red books and recently presented the introduction to CICS video education series.


    Email: wyates@uk.ibm.com

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