Mobile Testing Mnemonic

Created my own Mobile Testing Mnemonic

I think it was about time. Time to write my own mobile testing mnemonic. I am working in the field of mobile testing almost 9 years and during this time, I tested many different apps with different use cases. I learnt a lot during this time and I shared my learnings with the world in my own book about mobile testing. Reading books is awesome, but the content from more than 300 pages is hard to keep in mind and to remember. Therefore, I thought it is time to create a mnemonic with the name “Mobile App Testing”.

In the beginning I thought it will be hard to find for the right content for each letter. But in the end it was fairly easy. My mnemonic is covering areas like mobile devices, orientation, mobile browsers, interrupts, performance, automation and many many more.

Please take your time and read the complete mnemonic in the Ministry of Testing dojo here.

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AdventuresInQA - Mobile Testing Podcast

German Mobile Testing Podcast Series

Today I have something for my german readers. Together with Ron Werner, Team Lead Mobile Testing from qualityminds, I recorded a mobile testing podcast. The first episode is live and is covering the start into mobile testing (“Wie starte ich als Einsteiger im Mobile Testing durch?”). For beginners it is sometimes not easy to find the right sources and we thought we can share our sources in the first episode.

After recording the first episode, we agreed to record more, so stay tuned for more podcasts about mobile testing and again sorry, by now only in german.

You can find the podcast on iTunes as well as on podcast.de.

If you have feedback, let us know :).

#HappyTesting

 

MCE Conference

MCE Conference – Get Your Discount

MCE Conference – One of the leading tech events connecting designers, developers, testers, managers and influencers is happening on June 5-6, 2018 in Warsaw, Poland! The leading theme of the 5th edition is #redefiningtech!
Plan your stay in Warsaw and enjoy:
  • 2 tracks of talks (engineering & design)
  • The hottest tech themes like: chatbots, AI, mixed realities, cross-platform development, VR & AR, digital bubbles, autonomous cars and much more!
  • Meeting the speakers (among them: Fernando Cejas from IBM,  Tom Greever, the author of bestseller   Articulating Design Decisions , Mike Alger from Google, Dave Hoffer from Mc Kinsey, Jasson Schrock from BCG Digital Ventures, Antonio Gulli from Google, Tamar Nachmany from Tumblr and more!)
  • After party with all the attendees and speakers
  • Networking games and great coffee
  • Beautiful Warsaw in spring!
Regular tickets are on sale until May 7th! The price is EUR 285 but here’s the special promo code Adventures in QA readers with 10% discount: MCE_2018_QA
 
Go to https://2018.mceconf.com/ and grab your ticket!

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Reading Recommendations

Reading Recommendations # 93

The 93 issue of my reading recommendations contains 7 very interesting blog posts. The topics of this issue are “How to Apply UI Test Automation in React Native Apps?”, “The Practical Test Pyramid”, “How do you decide what to automate?”, “About Conference Moberators and Beneficial Mobs”, “MORE AGILE TESTING > TEST AUTOMATION”, “Test coverage’s hidden meaning…” and “Counting test cases”.

Enjoy reading the posts and send me new ones that are worth reading and I will mention you and link to your social links or blog.

Reading Recommendations - How to Apply UI Test Automation in React Native Apps?How to Apply UI Test Automation in React Native Apps?

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Reading Recommendations

Reading Recommendations # 92

Oh my god, it’s already February and I haven’t posted my reading recommendations in a while. Sorry for that, but there were other stuff to do ;). However, here is the 92 issue of my reading recommendations containing 5 very interesting blog posts and the latest podcast episode with Richard Bradshaw from Tester’s Island Discs. The topics of this issue are “2 Years in Testing: Then and Now”, “MORE AGILE TESTING > TESTING BUSINESS VALUE”, “A stability strategy for test automation”, “Mapping Biases to Testing: An Inconvenient Truth” and “Kukumber — Getting started with Cucumber in Kotlin”.

Enjoy reading the posts and send me new ones that are worth reading and I will mention you and link to your social links or blog.

Reading Recommendations - 2 Years in Testing: Then and Now2 Years in Testing: Then and Now | Cassandra HL Last year, I wrote about my experiences after one year in testing. I’ve decided to try and make it a bit of a tradition, so I can give people a bit of insight into my experiences and how things are changing, but mostly for myself so I can look back on my own challenges and development as I gain more experience as a professional tester.

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