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Elisabeth Hendrickson Discusses Agile Testing

This is the third in a series of interviews on continuous delivery, this time with Elisabeth Hendrickson. You can see the first one, with Jesse Robbins, on the ThoughtWorks Studios Blog, and the second, with John Allspaw, here. These interviews will eventually be put together – along with some additional exclusive material – into a set of LiveLessons, …

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Smash Silos with Go

Practical ways on smashing silos with ThoughtWorks Studios’ Go. See how Go empowers various roles on your team – Developers, QAs, Ops and Release Managers to have visibility and control over the build-test-release process. Get pointers on implementing Continuous Collaborative Delivery with Go. Download PDF

Whitepapers & E-Books

E-Book Tools for Adaptive Planning For software development to translate into business value, it has to be driven by adaptive project and program leadership. Flexible, adaptive planning and estimation can improve team performance and morale. Easier said than done? See how Mingle Plus can help you plan adaptively by providing visibility of changes in projects …

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Community License Program

ThoughtWorks provides free, unsupported subscription licenses for Mingle, Twist and Go under the following circumstances. To registered non-profit and not-for-profit organizations or charities (non-governmental, non-academic) that are engaging in socially redeeming activities or promoting ThoughtWorks’ social and cultural values. These values include (but are not limited to) direct service to poor, marginalized or disadvantaged populations, …

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Enterprise Support

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Managing dependencies

Sometimes you need more complex triggers than a simple pipeline of stages and jobs. In particular, you may want a pipeline to trigger based on the result of a stage in another pipeline. This is possible by adding pipelines as materials. Creating a dependency Say we have two pipelines – upstream_pipeline and downstream_pipeline . We want downstream_pipeline to automatically …

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