Track: Mobile Application Testing
As the world is going mobile and invading enterprises, the implications of wrongly defining the proper testing strategy and tools becomes increasingly significant. Poor practices can impact the business – and its customers–negatively. During this session, the speaker will provide attendees with the key building blocks for constructing and defining a successful process when determining an end-to-end testing strategy for the enterprises going mobile. This presentation will outline how to assure high-quality within business critical applications and how to enforce a smart risk analysis. He will also provide an outline to compare the many solutions and different options when going mobile, including cloud based solutions, automation solutions with various object recognition solutions and others. In addition, the attendees will be able to find answers to the most critical questions around mobile testing, such as “How do I choose the right number of devices to test”?, “What is the difference between testing a mobile application and a desktop application”?, and “How do I monitor and support the dynamic market as new operating systems are constantly released on a quarterly basis?”. Lastly the audience will learn more about the emerging trends permeating the mobile market.
- What an enterprise grade mobile testing strategy consists of.
- How mobile testing compares to non-mobile testing.
- The importance behind mobile automation in an enterprise application life cycle.
- The key market trends to look for in 2013
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Carlo Cadet – Director of Product Marketing, Perfecto Mobile
Carlo Cadet leads Product Marketing at Perfecto Mobile, the leading cloud-based mobile application testing and monitoring company. He is responsible for go to market strategy, product positioning and messaging. Previously, he had similar responsibilities driving identity & access management, virtualization and consumer identity protection initiatives at RSA Security. He earned an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BSc in computer from Tufts University.