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CI/CD - Myths and Misconceptions with Micha Kutz & Bart Knaack


CI/CD - Myths and Misconceptions

Webinar Abstract:

You think you know everything about Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment or Continuous Delivery? Bart Knaack and Micha Kutz will challenge your learned conceptions and collaboratively illustrate and unravel myths, truths and challenges.


This is an open live talk and everyone is welcome to contribute with their own questions! After a 25 min talk we’ll open the discussion round - so, bring your doubts, experiences, and success stories to the table and let’s talk! We’ll also introduce the newly arranged Deep-Dive concept which will premiere at the Agile Testing Days 2024.


One Deep-Dive track is dedicated to CI/CD and is curated by Bart and Micha. Do you have specific questions which should be dealt with in the Deep-Dive sessions? Here is your chance to let them know!



About the speakers: Micha Kutz

With over a decade of experience in professional software development, Micha has cultivated a passion for crafting functional software and a strong aversion to debugging. This has led him to prioritize test automation, continuous delivery/deployment, and agile principles. Since 2014, Mich has served as a software engineer at digital, transitioning to a quality engineer role in 2018. In this capacity, his primary goal is to bolster development teams by providing QA support and advancing test automation practices, empowering them to efficiently produce high-quality, bug-free software.


Bart Knaack

Bart has worked as a test manager/test advisor at numerous companies, he has coached testers, built up test-teams and developed all kinds of processes, both in test, testsupport and overall quality management/improvement. He has spoken at several international conferences and is also a well known speaker at universities and colleges.

He is a true believer of Agile and Gamification. As co-founder of the Agile Games Market he knows the power of games and the role they can play in teaching the Agile Principles.



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