Practical DevOps #3: Shifting Left

One topic I always keep coming back to when it comes to DevOps is shift-left testing. What is shift left testing? The term was initially coined by Larry Smith in 2001 in an article in Dr. Dobbs Journal and refers to how we, by testing as early as possible, may deliver both faster and with higher quality. What if we instead of postponing testing until the sprint is over and we’ve delivered a new increment to QA were to test all the time; together?