Posts by Thomas Petersen

The Great Incident Bash of 2015


It’s been 1.5 years since we last did an incident bash, so time was ripe for executing another in order to get some fresh data. Enter the Gr... Read more

The new QA mini site


Today we have launched a new section on the site dedicated to the work and happenings in QA. We have long been writing blog post... Read more

Sustained Engineering: Patch builds


We’re delighted to announce a change to the way we will release builds. Previously all bug fixes have been rolled into publicly released upd... Read more

Unity Test Tools Released


Through the past 2 years Unity QA has expanded and built tools, frameworks, and test rigs for internal use, something we have previously blo... Read more

A vote for a bug


Due to popular demand, we have decided to open our bug database to the public. Take a look at the issue tracker and vote on the bugs that ar... Read more

Bug Reports, Incidents and some bashing


When a bug report is sent to us, it becomes a “QA Incoming Incident” (see that QA will ... Read more

Committed to Quality


Recently our CEO David Helgason gave a presentation at Unite Nordic where one of the key points was that Unity is having a huge focus on q... Read more

Unity QA status for 4.2


Our next upcoming release is Unity 4.2. Without actually going into what it's going to contain in terms of features, let's take a look at th... Read more

Short Cycle Development


We are very close to releasing version 4.1 and I’d like to give you a bit of insight into the changes we have been doing internally for this... Read more

Testing Unity 4.0


In the aftermath of all the features and goodies Unity 4.0 will give you, I’d like to bring you the story of how the quality assurance, or “... Read more

I like numbers!


Time has come for a deeper dive into the number crunching that is also a part of being in quality assurance. I like numbers. I love spreadsh... Read more

Testing Unity part 2


Time for the second installment of what testing Unity is like (first one here). As mentioned in the previous post we have STEs (Software Tes... Read more

Testing Unity


It’s been a fair while since we wrote a post about testing Unity, so we‘d like to update you on what’s going on in QA. This is the first of ... Read more