Description of talkIf you have you heard the buzz about shifting left!! What does this mean? Where does the shift left term come from? In this discussion between Akanksha
Description of talk
If you have you heard the buzz about shifting left!! What does this mean? Where does the shift left term come from? In this discussion between Akanksha and Nikky they will lead an exploration of the term, let you know everything you need to know and discuss tactics and strategies from around the world on how to Shift left. how will this help on our organisation. what are the barriers to shifting left. There is much more in shifting left that you might hear about in frameworks like SAFe.
Suitable for beginners this will conversation shift left in testing, culture and across the agile organisations. It will discuss the routes and influences on shifting left and share the sources of information of leaning more. You will walk away feeling compelled to try your own experiments.
What does shift left mean in DevOps?
The term “shift left” refers to the efforts of a DevOps team to guarantee application security at the earliest stages in the development lifecycle, as part of an organizational pattern known as DevSecOps (collaboration between development, security, and operations).
Nikky Choudhary, a successful agile facilitator, a first time speaker. Having done a shift left in her carrier from working from Waterfall to Hybrid to Agile and SAFe frameworks. Having worked in Pharma, Banking, Telecom and Shipping industries. Looking further to move further on her Agile journey and broadening the horizons with keep shifting left.
Akanksha Tripathi, happily working as a Scrum Master at Tata Consultancy Services, with overall 9 years experience in IT Industry. Her work also includes around 5 years of technical experience on development and testing projects.
She has a growth mindset and believe in continuous learning and exploration.
She is a certified Scrum master and a SAFE Practitioner.
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