Track: Mobile Application Testing
Mobile testing is being incorporated into our software testing projects. We don’t see longer timelines, on the contrary, not only do we not get more resources for the additional tasks but we’re seeing shorter project schedules because the belief is “it can all be automated.” Not only can mobile tests be more complex but the testers are often inexperienced in testing mobile devices, mobile applications, and mobile websites. Training time must be added to the project schedules or quality is compromised. This presentation will focus on using language with assistance on examples to share with stakeholders to better plan out mobile testing projects and maintain a high level of quality.
- Attendees will gain inspiration on presenting within their own organizations, the language needed to plan out mobile testing resources within a project timeline.
- Examples of what testers can use as inspiration to present to their stakeholders as a means of communicating the complexity of a mobile testing project.
- Mobile testing documentation to showcase the types of tests to be done and how testers can leverage the importance of skilled resources for mobile testing projects which will have a direct impact on and bring real value to their organization.
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JeanAnn Harrison – Sr. Quality Assurance Engineer, Project Realms
Jean Ann has been in the Software Testing and Quality Assurance field for over 13 years including 5 years working within a Regulatory Environment. Her niche is system integration testing, specifically on mobile medical devices. Jean Ann has worked in multi-tiered system environments involving client/server, web application, and standalone software applications. Maintaining an active presence in the software testing community, Jean Ann has gained inspiration from many authors and practitioners. She continues to combine her practical experiences with interacting on software quality and testing forums, and attending training classes and conferences.
Jon Hagar – Systems Software Engineer, Grand Software Testing
Jon Hagar is a systems-software engineer and tester consultant supporting software product integrity, verification, and validation with a specialization in embedded and mobile software. Jon has worked in testing for over thirty years. Embedded projects he has supported include: control systems, spacecraft, mobile-smart devices, IT and smart phones. He teaches classes at the professional and college level. Jon publishes regularly with over 50 presentations/papers, best paper, parts in 3 books, and a book in testing mobile/embedded software (2013). Jon is lead editor/author on ISO 29119 software testing standard and IEEE 1012 V&V plans.