Conference Presentations

STAREAST Testing Infrastructure Testing: The Ultimate “Shift Left”
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Organizations worldwide are continually required to make significant investments in upgrading, re-engineering, and protecting their IT infrastructure. However, unlike application software development, many companies lack a structured quality assurance approach for infrastructure testing.

Carl Delmolino and Hitesh Patel
STAREAST Testing World-Class Test Automation: You Can Build It Too
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Join Chris Loder as he describes the test automation framework they have created from the ground up at Halogen Software. Chris shares the environment they have put together to run in virtual machines, physical hardware, and mobile devices—with Jenkins keeping track of it all. He explains...

Chris Loder
STAREAST Testing Anyone Can Cook—Is the Same True for Test Automation?
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Manual testing is becoming less needed as more companies realize the time and money to be saved by automating testing. But let’s face it. Test automation is scary and still new to many QA organizations, many of whom are unclear about where to begin. Do you need a degree or significant...

Leo Laskin
Mobile Dev Test IoT Software Testing Challenges: The IoT World Is Really Different
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to become the next growth area—and biggest challenge—for software development and testing. Although many traditional test techniques and strategies remain viable, IoT testing includes working with huge amounts of data, multiple communication channels...

Jon Hagar
Mobile Dev Test Building and Testing Secure Mobile Apps
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Mobile application development is now a mission-critical component of IT organizations and a big part of the software industry’s landscape. Due to the security threats associated with mobile devices, it is critical we build our apps—from the ground up—to be secure and trustworthy. However...

Alan Crouch
Mobile Dev Test Can Your Mobile Infrastructure Survive 1 Million Concurrent Users?
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When you’re building the next killer mobile app, how can you ensure that your app is both stable and capable of near-instant data updates? The answer: Build a backend! Siva Katir says that there’s much more to building a backend than standing up a SQL server in your datacenter and calling...

Siva Katir
Mobile Dev Test The Present and Future of Mobile Test Automation with Appium
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Mobile testing has moved forward in leaps and bounds in the past few years. With frameworks like Appium, it has never been easier to scale automated testing and integrate it with continuous integration. While new automation technologies proliferate with device and platform upgrades, Appium...

Jonathan Lipps
Mobile Dev Test Rooting Your Devices to Test Outside the Box
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The mobile landscape has changed how companies think of information technology. However, many organizations have failed to make the most of the mobile testing tools available. Alan Crouch explores how rooting your devices can help you break past your mobile testing block and allow you to...

Alan Crouch
Mobile Dev Test Tricks and Tips for Adding Localization Features to Your Mobile Apps
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The fact that 60 percent of all iPhone users worldwide are non-native English speakers is just one reason for supporting people from many countries and regions in your apps. Even if multi-language applications are not called for, localization features for single language apps will improve...

Shawn Larson
Mobile Dev Test Using Artificial Intelligence to Test the Candy Crush Saga Game
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Candy Crush Saga is one of the biggest mobile games today with more than 1000 levels of difficulty—and users continue to ask for more. When building new content, it is extremely important to ensure that the level of difficulty is balanced and that the user does not experience crashes or...

Alexander Andelkovic

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