1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Shipped: Mobile Web Testing

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    Guilherme Manika, February 2 in mobile app testing

    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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  7. I'm way excited to introduce our first ever evangelist, Paul Burt! Paul is the man. He takes QA seriously without taking himself seriously, so he fits right in at Rainforest. We've had a total lack of dialogue and engagement with the QA community so far, and we hope that Paul joining Rainforest is a step in the right direction.

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  8. This is a guest post from our friend Dave Josephsen at Librato.

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  9. This is a guest post by Michael Herman from Real Python - learn Python programming and web development through hands-on, interesting examples that are useful and fun!

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  10. This is a guest post by Michael Herman from Real Python - learn Python programming and web development through hands-on, interesting examples that are useful and fun!

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