Posts filed under 'Technology'

Improve the QA process with this simple bug reporting template

What is “done” when you’re referring to bug tracking? What’s “done” for one person in the QA process could be “in-progress” for another. Without a process in place, bug tracking can be a downright chore. It doesn’t take long for inconsistencies in reporting to lead to follow-up emails, bugs getting left behind and the QA process resembling more of a “free for all” than a defined system.

BugHerd + Zapier = 💯

You can connect BugHerd with 1,500+ other apps. We've updated our Zapier app with more triggers & actions than ever before. It's now super fast, reliable and simplified.

Pausefest 2016 – Creative & Tech

What started as a pretty small, niche digital and startup event a few years ago has expanded into a beast of an event in a relatively small amount of time. About 5 years ago I attended the first PauseFest which catered to...

How we use Slack at BugHerd

In March 2014 we wrote a post about why moved our team’s internal communication from Atlassian’s Hipchat to the (now) ridiculously popular Slack. We’re still a bunch of productive slackers, and it’s nice to note that Slack, for the most...

How retros solved team communication.

When I started at BugHerd nearly a year ago, I was a little surprised to find that a company that seemed to have their act together in so many ways didn’t do regular “retrospectives”. For the last five years, I’ve...

CSS: Why we need localized constants

There’s become a growing concern that, in general, CSS is broken. While it hasn’t been something that’s prohibited me from work, it’s becoming more apparent the more complex our application gets. Scoped CSS is something quite a few projects are...

How we escaped Rails using Webpack and React.

In celebration of Camp JS next week, we thought you’d like to check out a talk at last years’ Camp from our very own Macropod developer Conrad Pankoff. Setting off from deep inside the rails asset pipeline, join Conrad as he walks through the...

The bug tracker says “Done” … but what is Done?

Imagine, if you will, working in a software company. Now, imagine you work in the customer support team, and it’s your job to take customer feedback, log bugs for the dev team and communicate with the customer once things are fixed....