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uTest Introduction October 26, 2009

Posted by yvettefrancino in QA.
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My job-search strategy for a new QA Management position has included self-study, writing about what I’m learning, and finding opportunities for applying my skills.  I’ve been very intrigued with uTest — a crowdsourcing model for testing.  In taking a look at my blog stats, I’ve found that my post about uTest and Crowdsourcing has gotten more traffic than any other, so this is apparently a popular topic in cyberspace, too.

The other day I attended a webinar for new testers and found it very informative.  The community manager, Peter Shih, does a great job of introducing the system, the forums, and how to get started on testing your first release.

I’ve been browsing the forums, and once again, have found a lot of useful information, including a lot of information on open source automation tools that are available. I don’t have time at the moment to research these and give you an informed post, but… stay tuned!

In the mean time, I’d encourage you to check out uTest yourself!

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