1. Today is a big day for QA. I’m incredibly excited to announce that we have raised a $12mm Series A, led by Byron Deeter of Bessemer Venture Partners.

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  2. Rainforest QA Series A Press Release

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    Ashley Dotterweich, February 16 in news

    We're super excited about our Series A. Here's the full press release.

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  3. Edtech has been stirring up investor interest to the tune of around $1.6 billion in 2015, and it’s showing no sign of slowing down. As Edtech booms, the pressure to create products that work seamlessly from the very first click increases. Developers will have to lean on high-impact QA practices to ensure their Edtech applications can captivate and educate successfully.

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  4. NYETM Recap: Bringing Continuous QA to New York

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    Ashley Dotterweich, January 20 in news

    Last month, we sent Rainforest co-founder and CEO Fred Stevens-Smith to New York to spread some Rainforest love on the East Coast.

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  5. Making the jump to continuous deployment this year? Companies with established products and customers often have a rough time implementing CI and CD processes successfully. To help make the transition a little easier, we asked companies who have gotten to continuous deployment successfully to give us their best advice on getting to CD. Here are some of the biggest lessons we learned from the CD experts.

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  6. Trying to get to continuous deployment (CD)? You’ll be fighting an uphill battle if you’re still using outdated testing methods. In this post, our CEO Fred Stevens-Smith talks about how continuous QA practices ensure that you can get up to the speed of CD without sacrificing quality.

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  7. Is your organization’s New Year’s Resolution to implement continuous deployment? Rainforest QA wants to help you get there. We’re partnering with CircleCI for our first webinar of 2016 to discuss how organizations can get to continuous deployment without compromising quality.

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  8. Is manual QA a poor use of time?

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    Ashley Dotterweich, January 7 in qa testing

    Check out any LinkedIn community, online forum, or the comments of an article about best QA practices, and you’re bound to see posts foretelling the doom of manual QA testing, advice on how to automate more of your testing, and questions on getting from manual to automated testing.

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  9. QA can seem straightforward. But from testing headline cases thoroughly to pinpointing exactly why your product isn’t functioning quite how you need it to, implementing a comprehensive QA strategy can be a complex process.

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  10. Regardless of how you feel about ad blocking software, it’s obvious that content creators, publishers, advertisers and online users are all being affected to varying degrees. In this debate, one audience hasn’t been mentioned at all: Marketing Automation users. Here’s how I uncovered a bug in the HubSpot Marketing Automation platform that is probably hurting you, too, and how you can fix it!

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