Development cycles these days have been considerably shortened by methodologies such as Agile and DevOps. Testing has gained more importance with the need to get a quality product to the user quickly. Developers have already understood this and have started adopting the ‘low-code/no-code’ approach to development. Why not, as testers, join our developer colleagues in this approach with a lightweight approach to testing?
I will talk about what this upcoming strategy is, and how it supports the maximum output with a minimal efforts approach. In my talk, we will take a look at what this strategy is, its origins, some of its benefits and gotchas, and if time permits a quick demo.