Announcing OpenTestData.org, plus Q&A with Jason Arbon on Why This Matters
Test.ai is excited to introduce OpenTestData.org, an open-source repository of test data for teams to speed up testing.
If you've ever tested an app, you have probably wondered: wouldn't it be a lot easier if I could just go to one place and find the test artifacts that I need, labeled and ready to go? That's the idea behind OpenTestData.org.
This idea has been marinating in the minds of both Jason Arbon, CEO of test.ai, and Jonathan Lipps, founder of Cloud Grey, for quite some time. I sat down with Jason to chat about why this matters. Here's the full Q&A interview.
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