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After Acceptance: Reasoning about System Outputs
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| by Stefanos Zachariadis Follow 0 Followers on Jun 20, 2017 |

Stefanos Zachariadis talks about some techniques for bringing our testing to production. He shows how to sanity check a live system using end-to-end testing, limiting interference with real user interactions and outputs. Finally, he suggests ways to observe and integrate real production data into a continuous delivery pipeline and assert on the validity of the production system's outputs.

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Stefanos Zachariadis is an independent developer at motocode ltd and the coder behind CycleMaps. His career has taken various twists and turns: from academia to writing satellite software for the European Space Agency; test automation for various banks, leading up to writing low latency code that can process 50,000 orders a second on a single CPU core as a team lead for LMAX Exchange.

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