This is an original guest post by PHP and security expert Michal Špaček.  It’s already been a month since we first heard about the Heartbleed Bug. For those of you who don’t know, Heartbleed is a critical security vulnerability in the OpenSSL library, which powers most of the encrypted communications across the Internet. A lot has already been written about the vulnerability (remember – Heartbleed is not a virus!). But don’t worry…

Remote work is becoming more commonplace and allows startups to have access to talented individuals from around the world. There’s also a lot of benefits to working from home such as a better work/life balance and flexible scheduling, which in turn improves employee happiness and productivity. At Wikidi, our teams (including Testomato) work both in the office and remotely. We’re not a fully distributed team, however team members often choose…

Why does it work in staging but not production?   As an online application, Testomato users count on us to consistently release new features to improve our service. But with every release, or new deploy, there’s always a risk that something will break in production. It happens to every developer and every team at some point. In fact, as we’ve mentioned before, Testomato was built because there are times production breaks despite…

Here at Testomato, we’re always thinking about problems (and not just the ones that occur on websites). Product development is a continuously slippery slope of issues that need to be solved. We previously shared our favorite Scrum techniques and how we use Kanban, and we wanted to share how problem solving plays a key role in the way we develop Testomato. Hopefully, it’s something that will help you with your own projects. Our Initial Idea…