Matt Sneeden is a QA Developer at New Relic. He supports the .NET Agent team, specializing in building continuous integration and automated testing systems. When not wired in, he can be found exploring the outdoors of southern Wisconsin.

Internet Retailer Top 1000 Names New Relic Most Prevalent Web Performance Monitoring Solution

By Posted in New Relic News 17 September 2014

Internet Retailer Magazine has just released the 2015 Edition of its Leading Vendors to the Top 1000 (paid download) and we couldn’t be more thrilled that New Relic was ranked the No. 1 most prevalent Web Performance Monitoring solution among the Top 1000 E-Retailer merchants. Each year, Internet Retailer Magazine ranks and analyzes the leading e-commerce…

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QA Is Everyone’s Job

By Posted in Tech Topics 14 May 2014

How many of you out there have experienced one of these situations? 1) You have more features ready for testing than you do Quality Assurance people. 2) QA goes on vacation, or is otherwise occupied, and testing or releases grind to a halt. 3) A bug is released and the first thing you want to…

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Automated Testing at the Functional Layer

By Posted in New Relic News, Tech Topics 31 October 2013

Those of you that have read my previous posts have probably noticed a trend. Automation is something I am very passionate about. We’ve talked about automating the release process, automating the little things, but haven’t talked about one of the more important areas of automation in the quality space: automated functional testing. What are they? Functional…

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Automate [More of] the Things

By Posted in Nerd Culture, Tech Topics, Top Post 26 July 2013

When companies hire, it’s typically to fill a specific role. That being said, it is in the best interests of an organization to maximize the time that the person is doing [enter job role] — coders coding, testers testing, managers managing, etc. The reality is, we all have to do things outside of our specific…

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