Tools & Processes for ensuring software quality at Mozilla

11 December, 2012 § 2 Comments

Last week I gave a talk at TechSmith about some of the tools & processes for ensuring software quality at Mozilla.

TechSmith develops multimedia software based around various screen capture uses. Some of their most popular software is Camtasia Studio and Snagit.

Like Mozilla, they use continuous integration, unit tests, manual testing, and code reviews to maintain software quality.

The talk was recorded and I hope to get a copy of the talk to upload here and share with others. In the meantime, I’ve included a link to the slides below:

Tools & Processes for ensuring software quality at Mozilla

Please let me know if I made any errors or omissions.

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§ 2 Responses to Tools & Processes for ensuring software quality at Mozilla

  • granroth says:

    Hi Jared, I hope all is well. I’d love to see this talk and share it with the crew at work. Any chance you have the recording yet or are open to visiting us in Owosso to do the presentation in person?

    • msujaws says:

      Unfortunately the recording was lost, but I’d be more than happy to give the talk in person :)

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