13-15 March 2020

City, University London

How to Win/Lose at mobile app testing


Mobile App testing knowledge

Session details

Mobile application testing is binary. You know very well that there's no middle ground. We either win or lose, and there's no going back. The growing use of smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices has accelerated mobile applications and mobile application testing indefinitely.

Mobile devices have become the prevailing standard for communication, for consumers, and for business worldwide. Today mobile applications are driving personal and professional interactions.

Key takeaways

a) How mobile app testing becomes the important part of testing
b) Let's discuss about Mobile Application Testing Challenges
c) Let's talk about Winning/Losing Mobile Application Testing Strategy
d) What’s The Best Way To Get Software QA?
e) Winning / Loosing factors at mobile application testing 

Target Audience

  • This session is for QA/Test Engineers who want to learn more about Mobile app testing strategies
  • Frontend Engineers who want to know more aspects of winning/failures so they can take care before moving tasks to QA team
Session Track




Weekend Keynote Speakers

Kevin Bridges


CxO Keynote Speakers

Michel van Velde

One Shoe, CEO

Nick Rhind

CTI Digital, CEO

Greg Harvey

Code Enigma, Director

Rachel Lawson


Carrie Lacina


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