Manoj is VP-Developer Relations at LambdaTest and also leads the Office of Open Source. He is an open-source enthusiast and has contributed to various libraries in the quality ecosystem. Notably, Manoj is a contributor to the Selenium project and is also a member of the project leadership committee for Selenium. He is an Appium committer too. Manoj is passionate about sharing knowledge and has delivered keynote sessions at Selenium Conference, STeP-IN, and SLASSCOM apart from other technical talks around the world. He is an avid accessibility practitioner and also a voluntary member of the W3C ACT-R group. Manoj has previously worked at and been a part of digital transformation programs at leading companies like Thoughtworks, Wipro, and IAG, among others.
Balancing the shift for Optimal Quality
Digital transformation is a key focus for many organizations as they look to stay competitive in today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape. However, the shift towards digital technologies can often be complex and disruptive, requiring careful planning and execution. The shift left and shift right trends in DevOps have gained significant attention in recent years as organizations strive for digital transformation and a focus on quality. One aspect of this shift that is particularly important to consider is the balance between “shift left” and “shift right” in DevOps.
Shift left refers to the practice of involving testing and quality assurance earlier in the development process, while shift right emphasizes the importance of monitoring and testing in production. Effective digital transformation strategies must consider both shift left and shift right in order to deliver successful outcomes. This means ensuring that testing and quality assurance are integrated into the development process, while also monitoring and validating the product in production.
Join Manoj in this session to understand how a balanced approach to software development is crucial for optimal quality and ultimately achieving successful digital transformation.