Matt Johnston at STPCon2011: uTest and Mozilla release CaseConductor

Matt Johnston at STPCon2011: uTest and Mozilla release CaseConductor

Date: Oct 27, 2011

Matt Johnston of uTest, who presented a keynote at STPCon 2011, discusses the release of the beta version of CaseConductor, an opensource test case management system created by uTest and Mozilla. Users can now access CaseConductor and offer feedback.This solution is especially useful for distributed Agile teams. 

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