How to Get Internal and External QAs Working Together Smoothly

External QA resources aren’t meant to replace internal QAs, but rather serve as a way to expand a team’s capabilities. Last week, Kristi Kaljurand, Testlio’s Senior QA Team Lead, and…

When to Hire Internal QAs and When to Seek External Resources

Quality assurance can be successfully handled in house and out of house. But how do you know which is the right move for your organization, and at what time? Today,

How to Overcome Challenges with API Testing

API testing is a necessity for many apps today. Web servers, messaging queues, calls between different apps—all of these functions can make up the “logic tier” of testing, where mult…

How mobile developers can avoid the app store graveyard

The quality industry has changed a lot in the six years I’ve worked with mobile engineering managers and VPs. I went from telling mobile engineering executives why they needed to…

Automated testing is about to get much smarter – World Quality Report

Capgemini’s 2017-2018 World Quality Report is out and as expected, it’s full of insights and predictions about the present state and future of software testing. Many of the WQR’s insights co…

How Crayola Has Stayed The Same Since You Were A Kid

Testlio is ridiculously passionate about testing and quality. In this series we celebrate brands who have embraced quality as a competitive advantage and explore how they consistently exceed. customer expectations.

I’m a Tester and Life Is A Scenario

William Feather once said, “One way to get the most out of life is to look upon it as an adventure.” Life comes with its ups and downs, and happy…

Video: What is QA, exactly?

Hey everyone — it’s time for the latest installment of my video blog, Kristel Answers. This week I’m tackling a question I get asked a lot: What is quality and…

Six Things You’ll Learn At Our Automation Webinar

Automated tests are quickly becoming essential to releasing at the pace consumers and enterprises demand. In fact, 50% of QA engineers said they thought 80% or more of their tests…