Crack the code on "Flaky Test Detection" in your CI/CD pipeline. Learn to spot the burnt toast among your tests with our easy-to-follow guide. We dive into historical data, context, and reproducibility to help you identify flaky tests. Say goodbye to unreliable tests and keep your pipeline cooking!
Flaky tests are the chameleons of your CI/CD pipeline, failing and passing unpredictably. This article guides you in spotting these elusive culprits, with a concrete Flaky Test example, offering practical tips for turning your pipeline into a well-oiled, reliable machine.
This article provides all the information you need to understand flaky tests, including use cases, as well as tips on how to get rid of them.
Pull request review is a bottleneck for many software teams. In this article, Sydney, Axolo's CTO, explains how a good mix of automation and communication can optimize this crucial step. To the delight of developers.
Working daily with Git and GitHub, Fabien, software engineer at Mergify, offers an article listing the technical terms and glossary specific to Git and GitHub.
Every day, many projects use Mergify to automate their GitHub workflow. Independently of their team size, the one thing they all have in common is that the project leads are willing to let their developers focus on what's important—code. So, we decided to meet with some of them to
Every day, many projects use Mergify to automate their GitHub workflow. Independently of their team size, the one thing they all have in common is that the project leads are willing to let their developers focus on what’s really important—code. So we decided to meet with some of
Getting rid of flaky tests and cleaning up your test suite should therefore be a priority. Luckily, this article focuses on the different ways of eradicating flakiness in your tests.
Amidst the quest for automation and speed, a common obstacle emerges: flaky tests. These seemingly innocent but troublesome tests can undermine the entire CI/CD optimization process. To understand the nuisance of flaky test, it's like having a roommate you can more or less count on. When you ask him
Flaky tests can be a real thorn in the side. Yet most teams tolerate them. Why? Because they are difficult to identify formally. We explain why in this article.
Do you ever feel this sensation in mathematics class, facing a problem, starting to write equations, the same as the ones on the classroom board, as you table neighbor, doing everything right and having the wrong solution at the end? You will never know if it was the calculator's fault