Melissa Benua on CI/CD and Quality Engineering
Melissa Benua, Engineering Manager of mParticle dives into Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery and discusses some industry best practices and why Quality is going to become everyone's responsibility.
In this episode of tapTALK's Vision 2020 series, Melissa Benua explains how CI/CD is now becoming a key differentiator with companies dealing with scalable amounts of data. mParticle's engineering team enables brands to manage their data with high quality and reliability to deliver into production. She defines what a Combined Engineering team does, and discusses her favorite practices for building a great team including some tips on the interview to make sure you are identifying top notch talent.
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