1. You need QA, but how much? In the world of software there are two big types of risk: death by 10,000 papercuts and death by catastrophic failure.

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  2. Cross browser testing is a pain. It’s also, sadly, an essential part of test coverage. Fret not! There are easy ways to reduce the pain.

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  3. To be great at QA you need to be a CEO, Product Manager, Designer, and Developer. Why? Every feature is a multi-disciplinary effort, and each piece equally benefits from testing.

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  4. We’re pleased to announce a feature many have asked for: account based e-mail preferences!

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  5. Re: Quality Requires QA

    Paul Burt, February 13 in opinion

    Russ, our handsome, gloriously bearded CTO, pointed out a great article by Andrew Wulf the other day, titled “Quality Requires QA”. In it, Wulf argues against the increasingly popular trend of engineering without QA. Sounds dangerous, like driving a car without a seatbelt.

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  6. Rainforest has received more funding, and everyone here is pretty excited about the news. But, what does that mean for us, the community? As the resident QA Evangelist at Rainforest, I want to share some of my thoughts.

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  7. We just raised $4m!

    Fred Stevens-Smith, February 10 in News

    Phew! I’m so happy to be able to finally announce that we just closed $4m in Seed funding, to keep building out our vision of new-school QA.

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  8. Rainforest's product plans for 2015!

    Russell Smith, February 10 in news

    You may have seen that we have raised $4m recently. What are we planning with this? We have a clear path ahead for product, with three different categories.

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  9. Rainforest-cli reaches 1.0.0!

    Simon Mathieu, February 9 in News

    We get a lot of questions about how to get the most out of Rainforest. One of our favorite ways? Make us part of your continuous integration process.

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  10. Shipped: Mobile Web Testing

    Guilherme Manika, February 2 in News

    Today we announce General Availability of our first mobile platform: Android! All customers will be able to run tests on devices running the Android Browser.

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