June 2023 Updates

Last updated: June 30, 2023

Here are some updates from the past month


  • Markdown improvements
    We have aligned all PractiTest fields to have the most up-to-date markdown features including Run’s text areas. Working with Jira? Jira markdown is now translated correctly to PractiTest markdown and vice versa, allowing seamless integration and data flow between the tools.

  • Unit Testing and CI/CD integration through FireCracker just got better
    Using FireCracker to integrate your CI/CD results into PractiTest? Your job just got easier as we added more functions to the JSON file configuration page. Now you can use functions like split, get, and trim to better convert and map your results to PractiTest.

  • You asked, we listened
    The new navigation bar is now narrower, giving you more workspace.

Coming up

  • Melbourne QA professionals, here we come!
    Join our very own Antony Lipman at “Fast-Tracking Project Delivery: Tips From a Recovering Perfectionist” face-to-face meetup.
    10 July 2023 | 17:30 | The Curzon Room at Mercure North Melbourne, Corner Flemington Road & Harker Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051
    Sign up here

  • PractiTest Live Training
    Join our customer success team and ask everything you want to know.
    July 5th 2023, 10:00 EST / 16:00 CET, Sign up here
    Can’t make it?
    Join us on July 19th, 2023 - 2:00PM EST / 20:00 CET Sign up here

PractiTest and Beyond

  • New blog posts to help you improve your professional knowledge:

    Thinking of taking a software testing certification? This blog post is for you

    Is your company going through Digital Transformation? Learn how to adjust yourself as a tester to the customer to make an impact. Read the guest blog post by Daniel Knott

    What are the most important QA tester skills in 2023? We analyzed the State of Testing™ report and came up with an answer. Read all about it here here

  • Understanding the Basics of Security Testing in Software Testing
    A new article covering the types and best-known methods for security testing. Read it here

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