Are there sites that can help QA your website?


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Was wondering if anyone knew of any site(s) out there that specialize in QAing sites for start-ups? Essentially doing quality assurance to test and find defects.

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asked Jan 24 '11 at 06:28
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John
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One such website in the news these days is utest.com. They work on crowd sourcing model and I have seen rave reviews about it. (I am assuming here you mean functional testing only and not "white box" testing)

Check its review here (Disclaimer: I am not affiliated to uTest.com in any way)

answered Jan 24 '11 at 06:59
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Ankur Jain
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  • Great. Thanks for the help! – John 8 years ago

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You may also what to look at Mechanical Turk. (I am not affiliated with Amazon but sure do like them!)

answered Jan 25 '11 at 06:35
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Kenneth Vogt
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  • Great thanks. I am using Amazon to host my site. But did not realize that they offered this service. – John 8 years ago

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I agree that uTest is a great resource. Also, you should definitely ask people to check out and test your site on:

http://news.ycombinator.com/ http://linkedin.com/answers I've used both sites to do just that and the response has been great. Below is a link to the feedback I got in a few occasions:

http://www.linkedin.com/answers/technology/web-development/TCH_WDD/593505-13152192?browseIdx=2&sik=1295917064463&goback=.amq http://www.linkedin.com/answers/technology/web-development/TCH_WDD/560767-13152192?browseIdx=3&sik=1295917064463&goback=.amq

answered Jan 25 '11 at 11:30
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Ricardo
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  • Ok thanks. I will check those out. – John 8 years ago

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You could also try 99tests.com - recently launched and a pretty good tool to find out bugs.

answered Jan 25 '11 at 14:12
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Viv
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  • Great thanks. I think I saw this site before. – John 8 years ago

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