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  • October 07, 2010 07 Oct'10

    How uTest quarterly bug battles operate: Interview with Matt Johnston, Part 2

    Crowdsource testing is still proving effective in finding bugs in some of the world's largest applications. In this second part of a two-part interview, uTest VP Matt Johnston explains how the uTest quarterly Bug Battle operates.

  • October 05, 2010 05 Oct'10

    Crowdsource test competitions with uTest: Interview with Matt Johnston, Part 1

    SearchSoftwareQuality.com interviews uTest VP of Marketing and Community Matt Johnston about their recent bug battle, "Clash of the Career Sites." This is the eighth of uTest's quarterly bug battles. Johnston answers questions about bug battles, how...

  • September 21, 2009 21 Sep'09

    CA's APM solution helps JN Data address performance issues

    JN Data is a "wall to wall IT operations provider" that aims to offer the development of financial applications and a variety of security solutions to business infrastructure.

  • August 12, 2009 12 Aug'09

    Parasoft Concerto targets policy-driven development

    Parasoft Corp. has launched a new product "Concerto" to aid their lineup of existing test and analysis tools. Concerto is geared to monitor quality, workflow and manage tasks for organizations focused on policy-driven software development projects.

  • July 20, 2009 20 Jul'09

    Conformiq taps multi-core power for automated test case design

    California based automated software test design company, Conformiq, examined cloud and grid platform in building their Qtronic software. Qtronic has been been updated with a variety of new tools and features enabling it to now make the most of ...

  • March 30, 2009 30 Mar'09

    Six software test planning tips for better QA testing ROI

    Software test data can take days or even weeks to create. IT organizations that invest time in planning their test procedures will be more likely to succeed.

  • October 19, 2007 19 Oct'07

    Modular test case design consolidates tests

    Through modularization, testers can break down applications into reusable modules. This process may reduce redundancy and increase the maintainability of test cases and pave the way to test automation.

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