Uniregistry Bug Squad : Membership is limited

I’ve been using the Uniregistry domain services since 2012, once domain parking and the selling platform opened to the public.

As an early adopter of the platform, I helped test the services provided on their web and application, becoming an official beta-tester.

No application is perfect, and it takes several programming cycles to create a stable platform, isolating and fixing bugs.

My background as a systems analyst, has given me the opportunity to encounter, identify and suggest solutions related to the Uniregistry products.

I communicate these issues in private of course, and their team has taken my suggestions into account and resolved several issues over the years. Some of them were functionality and UX glitches, others were annoying bugs that I came across unintentionally.

As a beta-tester, my focus is not only to report bugs I encounter, but to attempt to forcibly produce them while doing tasks an average user would do.

So now I’m part of the Uniregistry Bug Squad, an “elite” team of geeks that strive to make everyone’s domain platform experience smooth and productive. It’s an unpaid task, and I’ve lost track of the number of bugs I’ve reported!

The Uniregistry folks did not forget, however, and just sent me a great gift in the mail. I’m humbled by their gesture of appreciation, and the shirt’s design and fit is great, as is the message it conveys.

Thank you, guys! 😀


  1. Hi,

    awesome t-shirt 🙂


  2. I offer you $5 for it.

  3. Logan – Haha, I see what you did there 😉

    AF – Thanks.

  4. Awesome shirt! Im surprised there are any bugs in uniregistry. Their stuff is top notch

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