Announcing the New and Enhanced Tester Academy

February 21, 2019
John Kensinger
John Kensinger

Today, we are excited to announce the release of our new and improved Tester Academy!

We’ve spent the last few months going through our old academy to edit and add content that is crucial to successfully testing with test IO. Not only will the new Academy help new testers get ramped up, it will also serve as an integral tool in the arsenal of even our most advanced testers, with new tips and detailed explanations.

What changed?

We’ve completely overhauled the old Academy’s look and feel, added new articles, and updated existing content (including more detailed explanations supported by screenshots and videos)! All of the content is now searchable, making it much easier for you to answer any testing questions you may have.

New and noteworthy articles you should check out first:

You can read up on all the important changes in our changelog.

We can’t wait for you to visit our new Tester Academy, and let us know what you think!

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