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[On-demand Webinar] Bad Code Kills: 6 Essential Quality Gates You Need in Your CI/CD

Enterprises today are all about increasing software delivery velocity. But with shorter release cycles, code quality is usually sacrificed and we all know bad code can be an application killer!

As the first line of defense for software quality and customer experience, QA teams are expected to prevent code defects from escaping into production, yet they need to also manage unprecedented workloads with less time and resources to invest in testing code than ever before.

Watch the on-demand webinar now to learn the following:

  • Common challenges and shortcomings of current QA and testing methods
  • 6 quality gates you can use to help identify poor quality code earlier in the release cycle
  • How to integrate Quality Gates into your CI/CD pipeline to detect and block critical issues missed by test automation
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