Architectures for Good Software Testing – Part One (Finding a Home)

Deploying a solution to an unsuitable environment is like dumping a newly purchased gold fish in a bowl that is several times colder than the temperature in its take home bag. The chances of our new shiny pet surviving are extremely poor.

Architectures for Good Software Testing – Introduction

Through out history architecture and engineering has created masterful physical assets such as bridges, houses and office complexes. Some constructions such as the Barnenez (France), Sechin Bajo (Peru), Mehrgarh (Pakistan) and Pyramid of Djoser (Egypt) have lasted for thousands of years. Such amazing constructions require thought, planing and adherence to guidelines before, during and after