Effectively Implementing OOP with Testleft
As the Software testing industry shifts from a sequential-based testing methodology to an Agile process, it has become necessary to not only employ a more technical workforce, but also adopt a modular-based testing approach that can reduce defects found in applications out of the gate - Object-Oriented Programming (OOP).
OOP divides issues into sub-problems, making found defects easier to manage and simplifying the process of building a complex testing architecture. OOP can be used to implement a successful testing framework and pave the road for teams to find and fix bugs faster, effectively reducing maintenance overhead and supporting the Shifting Left of any organization.
Download this white paper to learn:
- What Object-Oriented Programming Is
- Why Teams Should Shift Testing Left
- How OOP Supports any Shift Left Movement
- Ways to Effectively Implement OOP with TestLeft