Crowdsource test organization uTest has partnered with Mozilla to create a new test management system, CaseConductor™ . This system will allow testers to collaborate on test case creation, management and execution, regardless of where they are physically located.
CaseConductor beta is now available for download in a github.com repository, where developers and QA managers are encouraged to start leveraging the tool, view the source code, provide feedback on usability and ultimately help advance the development of this TCM system.
I caught up with Chief Marketing Officer Matt Johnston, who delivered the lunchtime keynote at this year’s STPCon, “In-the-wild testing: Your survival may depend on it.” He has this to say about the annoucement:
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But that’s not all. Another announcement made here at STPCon was the expanded partnership with SOASTA to include uTest’s “JumpStart” service for the SOASTA CloudTest Platform. Now customers using SOASTA CloudTest Lite can conduct both performance and automated functional testing using uTests crowdsourced service.