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Software Testing: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Phil Philip Soffer, March 22nd In QA Testing

In crowdtesting, value comes from understanding what customers want each time they run a test, matching those requirements to the right set of testers, and displaying the results in a useful way…. Read more

Testing in Production: From Punchline to Process

Phil Philip Soffer, November 30th In Agile Development

Thanks to the DevOps revolution of the last few years and continuous delivery practices, testing in production may not be as reckless as it sounds. If you’ve got high levels of test coverage, a strong ethos of developer testing and… Read more

test IO Welcomes Four New Team Members

Sean Witry, November 29th In Our Team

The year may be coming to a close, but that does not mean things are slowing down at test IO. The test IO team has recently added four new employees and continued its expansion into the US. Get to know… Read more

New Feature Released: Bug Reports Revamped

Sean Witry, November 7th In test IO

Reviewing bugs might not be the most pleasant experience but is crucial to guaranteeing that your platform is ready for production. We at test IO do our best to make sure this process is as stress-free and easy as possible… Read more

Intern Insights: Zaneta Szczypior, Marketing Intern

Zaneta Szczypior Zaneta Szczypior, September 22nd In Our Team

Six weeks at a company is not a long time, but being an intern at test IO is definitely an opportunity to discover your strengths (and weaknesses), all the while getting immersed in the awesome startup culture…. Read more

Engaging the Crowd: Anjo Gaul on Managing Testers

Sean Witry, September 20th In Crowdtesting

Having studied at Games Academy in Berlin and previously worked as a Community Representative for EA Games, Anjo Gaul has joined the test IO Team to manage our global testing community. He’s focused on providing new growth and educational opportunities… Read more

Crowdtesting from the Ground Up

Sean Witry, September 15th In Our Team

Born and raised in Berlin, Alex began his work with test IO three years ago as a member of our crowdtesting community. His passion for game testing and technology eventually led to a degree in business analytics. Having started here… Read more

Crowdsourcing vs. Outsourcing: A Testing Smackdown

Sean Witry, September 14th In Crowdtesting

When I first started working for test IO, I spent most of my time simply trying to explain what crowdsourced testing is. I was immediately met with remarks like, “Oh, so you’re like tech support in India or China!” I… Read more

Crowdsource QA Testing: Insight as a Service?

Phil Philip Soffer, September 9th In Crowdtesting

As the new CEO of test IO, I spend a lot of time thinking about testers, so I might as well think out loud.A tester’s point of view on crowdtesting depends a lot on what you mean by “crowdtesting.” Speaking… Read more

Bugs People Find, Part 3: Testing Facebook Login

Phil Philip Soffer, September 8th In Exploratory Testing

Welcome to part 3 of our occasional series on weird software bugs that people find even when automated tests don’t…. Read more