1. When your organization has over 2 billion lines of code and 25,000 engineers, how do you keep quality high?

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  2. A new year likely means new goals, whether you want to ship features faster, boost quality or scale your team. Whatever your goals are, make sure to set your team up for success with the right QA strategy. Check out the complete run of our Continuous Testing webinar series on Brighttalk now for tips from testing experts on creating a more impactful QA strategy this year.

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  3. QA is traditionally a siloed role that puts software testing “over the wall” from development, product and other teams. But as development cycles move faster and quality demands get more rigorous, many teams have found that waiting until the end of development isn’t efficient.

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  4. In the Rainforest Customer Spotlight series, we highlight the superstars of the Rainforest QA platform: the Rainforest project managers (PMs) that write tests, manage databases and help build better quality processes for their organizations.

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  5. What Westworld Teaches Us About QA

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    Ashley Dotterweich, December 27 in qa strategy

    Artificial intelligence may have the limelight in HBO’s Westworld, but software development and QA practices are at the heart of the show, too. Here are four lessons that real QA teams can learn from the programming team at Delos, Inc. (Beware of spoilers below, if you haven't finished Season One of Westworld!)

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  6. Time to start making your QA resolutions for the new year? A great place to start is picking up a few new perspectives. Here are 9 of our favorite blogs and resources for staying up to date with the latest QA and software testing news.

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  7. It's my third year running attending AWS Re:Invent and it's still one of my favorite conferences. What makes it so good? For me it's the breadth of content and the amount of people you can meet. Of course, there are always interesting announcements too. Let’s break these three apart.

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  8. We’re rounding out the year with updated support for Android and iOS mobile devices! Now you can test even more functionality for mobile devices with Rainforest.

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  9. As we look forward to 2018, everyone is sharing their predictions for how software will change in the coming year. Every year, the World Quality Report compiles survey results from thousands of tech leaders to show how industry sentiments have changed since the year before. Here are a few insights based on how QA teams are thinking about the new year.

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  10. It’s not uncommon for teams to reach a quality breaking point, at which point they need to take a hard look at their QA process and decide to make some changes. There’s no better time than the new year to start thinking about how your team can make a bigger, better impact on product quality moving forward.

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