Paul Friedman

Paul Friedman
Paul is a results-oriented IT leader, software engineer, agile enthusiast, and technical expert with extensive experience in architecture, design, development, testing, and deployment of state-of-the-art software applications.
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Getting Started with the Elastic Stack

Jul 27, 2017 8:27:00 AM / by Paul Friedman posted in DevOPs, Development, Architecture, Modernized Technology, Elastic Stack

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Applications running in production, test, and development environments produce massive files filled with endless lines of text in the form of log files. Mining the data available in these files manually is a daunting, nearly impossible, effort. This is where log management tools come into play. The..

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An Overview of Agile Team Design

Jun 16, 2017 12:39:00 PM / by Paul Friedman posted in Agile Organization, Agile Coaching, Agile Team Design

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Transforming to an agile software delivery model is filled challenging, especially when you are working in an organization of a large scale. In large organizations, one of the most common practices to improve efficiency is to build an organization of specialists. Every specialist knows how to..

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High Code Coverage Means You Have Quality Tests, Right? Wrong!

Apr 27, 2017 3:29:00 PM / by Paul Friedman posted in Agile Testing, Code Coverage, Unit Testing, Modernized Technology, Software Delivery, high code coverage

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In Agile Testing, you want to adhere to the testing pyramid when designing your automated tests. For this discussion, I will be focusing on the bottom tier of the pyramid, Unit Tests, where you want to have the largest percentage of your tests.   

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How to Make Your Scrum Master Happy Using JIRA Integrations

Aug 3, 2016 11:15:00 AM / by Paul Friedman posted in JIRA, Scrum, GitHub, Continuous Integration, Atlassian, Jenkins, Agile Organization, Agile Coaching

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Have you ever had your scrum master ask you, "what is going on with that story?"  As somebody that has assumed virtually every role possible on an Agile team over the course of my career, I can assure you that I have heard it many times, and I'm sure you have too.  Certainly there are many ways..

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