Shifting left does not refer only to dynamic testing, or actually running the system.It also can refer to static testing. So, it means conducting reviews and inspections and more unit and integration testing instead of applying GUI-based testing.There are many reasons to shift left, including to prevent project delay, reduce lead time, uncover implicit requirements, and find bugs as early as possible. This article elaborates how shifting left can improve the quality of software testing.

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