Posts from October, 2011

GTAC 2011: My Takeaways Part I

David Clarke

How to hit a moving target ? Translation Service for Microsoft 37 languages Log Aggregation Service Monitor solution -Logs / Trace / Statistics – Data Available for Querying – Challenges Personally identifiable info Generate 1000′s of tests Factoids Lots of arrows – Lots of tests precisely hit bulls eye – degree of closeness cost of […] Continue reading

Case Conductor Early Beta


Hi, I’m Cameron, the project manager on the Case Conductor project.  We are a small, agile team trying to make a test case management system that is cool, useful, free and open source. You may have seen some announcements about Case Conductor from uTest: While Case Conductor is an early beta and still […] Continue reading

Contributor Survey

Anthony Hughes

Good Day Mozilla QA Community, Mary Colvig, of the Contributor Engagement team, has come up with a survey to get your feedback about contributing to Mozilla. In Mary’s words, “feedback and perspective is *critical* in our overall audit of the … Continue reading