John Long

John Long

A seasoned collaborator and design leader, John has a consistent, proven record of helping teams of all sizes to bring applications to life. John has a passion for helping developers deliver quality solutions. He is the creator of Radiant CMS and Zest Icons.

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Selecting the right tests for a code change with Test Impact Analysis

Selecting the right tests for a code change with Test Impact Analysis

Test Impact Analysis is a method of determining which tests are the most important tests to run for a given code change. Launchable uses a branch of Test Impact Analysis known as predictive test selection to allow users to create dynamic subsets of the most important tests for code changes …

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Join our Discord community!

Join our Discord community!

We're passionate about connecting with people to talk about what we are doing at Launchable! Whether you have questions about our technology or just want to critique something about our solution, we welcome your feedback. Since Launchable is based in the US and Japan, staff are online at most hours …

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Shift-left automated tests with Launchable!

Shift-left automated tests with Launchable

As we’ve talked with some of the most innovative companies in the industry about their testing practices, we’ve noticed that they are concerned with both quality and speed.Automated testing helps on both fronts. It makes it easier to ship code changes with confidence because your tests help ensure that the …

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Learn how to eliminate slow test cycles for developers with Harpreet

Eliminating slow test cycles for developers

For those of you looking for a more comprehensive introduction to Launchable, Harpreet did a 45 min webinar on How to eliminate slow test cycles for developers.Here is the teaser:“Why do I have to run every test for a one line change?” – every developer.Developers and development teams are happiest …

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Working better together, remotely: deep work and the value of writing

Working better together, remotely: deep work and the value of writing

Over the years, I’ve worked on and off as a remote employee. Living in North Carolina the opportunities to work with tech startups are limited, but I’ve had the good fortune to work with several in the area and a few outside the area as a remote employee. At my …

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