Director of Professional Services, Rainforest QA
Growing teams often hit a ceiling when scaling QA. Writing and maintaining the number of tests required to comprehensively test a complex product can easily become a major time and resource sink. By taking a modular approach to testing, QA and development teams can more effectively integrate testing into their development cycles and reduce management overhead significantly.
In this webinar, discover how to...
VP of Engineering, Rainforest QA
Writing software is hard, with projects easily reaching hundreds of thousands of lines of text. Source control allows developers to manage these giant corpuses, tracking who made what changes and when. In this webinar we’ll talk about how you can use the same source control systems to manage tests and their results, so you always have a record of what happened and when.
In this webinar, learn about:
1. The basics of source code management (SCM) tools
2. How to use SCM to manage your test suite
3. The advantages of storing tests alongside your source code
Systems Administrator and Developer, Rainforest QA
Many teams are now “shifting left,” and starting their QA process earlier in the development cycle. But in most cases shift left testing was confined to unit testing alone. While unit testing is a core component of a continuous testing strategy, teams that want to optimize for speed and quality should shift functional testing left, too.
In this webinar, discover how to..
Security Architect, Rainforest QA
Software Developer, Rainforest QA
It’s easy to get into the mindset of testing-all-the-things. But aiming for quantity over quality will still leave you with coverage gaps, while also dragging down the speed of your QA cycle. In this webinar, we’ll talk about how to determine how much you should be testing, and how to design your QA strategy to fit the needs of your team.
In this webinar, learn how to...