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Win a Mobile App Testing Book

It’s bin a long time since I wrote my last blog post. At the moment there is not so much time for me to write down all the posts I have in draft mode. Sorry for that! However, since christmas is almost there and the german edition of my book Hands-On Mobile App Testing is available since end of September with the title Mobile App Testing, I want to give all my german speaking blog readers/ lurkers 😉 the opportunity to win a signed copy of the german edition.


For the english edition I already got so many great feedback via mail, twitter, in person and via Amazon reviews. Especially the one from Dr. Cem Kaner made me proud

and here.

Mobile App Testing - Adventures in QA

In order to win a signed copy, leave a comment until 1st of December 2016 on this post and let me know what do you like to read in 2017. After that date I will pick the winners, inform them, ask them for their shipping address and will sign each book with a unique signature. In total there are 5 books to win 🙂 and I am really looking forward to your comments.



UPDATE: Please do not comment. The winners have been informed.


  1. Kevin says:

    Wow such a nice gift!

    In 2017, I’d like to read some posts about interesting and funny things in your daily work, some posts about new ideas and conceptions of mobile testing and more posts about winning your books 😉

    (I’m the first one leaving a comment here #justsaying)

  2. Speaking from my 8 years in mobile industry. In 2017 I would like to read another great book about mobile application testing like Hands-On Mobile App Testing. Because in terms of quality & content (in English) it’s not only the best, but also first and only worth title on the market to read page by page in subject of mobile application testing. I’m not counting here books that focus more on design and mobile concept, than on actual technical work knowledge for a mobile tester.
    So I would LOVE to get on my shelf and read another great position like HOMAP about mobile testing. The subject is so huge that there is plenty of space for new books! 🙂

  3. TestPappy says:

    Hi Daniel,

    I’m here not to win a book, but to say thank you for events like that. This shows the spirit and great engagement for the community.
    I’m looking forward to whatever you write, as I found always good ideas and information in your posts so far, no matter what.
    My hat’s off to you!


  4. First of all: Congratulation to the success of the English version of your book. It is great that this success leads to a release in German.

    I plan to read “Lessons Learned in Software Testing: A Context-Driven Approach” in 2017. Beside this software testing book, I am a huge fan of the Metro book series and will read Metro 2035.

  5. Chamal Perera says:

    Hello Daniel,

    Appreciation from a small island call ‘Sri Lanka’ – Dan, You are such a great inspiration for all the testing enthusiasts. Thank you for your articles/ blog posts and innovative ideas.

    In 2017, I would like to read more about Mobile Performance testing – It is an essential part of mobile testing which testers need to put more focus on.


  6. I read the ebook long time ago when I was taking a certification of CMAP, after read this book you will understand most of our obstacles on mobile app testing and how to solve it.

    I would like to have hard copy with a signed. Hope this comment works 🙂

  7. Ich würde mich sehr freuen, eine signierte Version des deutschen Buches zu erhalten, um die Stabilität unserer Apps stets zu verbessern und so den Komfort für den Endkunden zu erhöhen.

    Im nächsten Jahr erhoffe ich mir von deinem Blog noch mehr Informationen und Tipps zum testen von mobilen Anwendungen und auch praktische Lösungen zum verbessern der Stabilität von Apps.

  8. Sven Kroell says:

    Hey Daniel,

    liked your Blogposts and Ideas a lot and I will focus this year more on delivery pipelines with Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation and More Agile Testing: Learning Journeys for the Whole Team on the professional side and privately Make Something Up: Stories You Can’t Unread and Burnt Tongues by Chuck Palahniuk

  9. alt_lv says:

    Just when i have started to refresh on my German 😀

    It would be epic if in 2017 it would also be possible to get to some “hands on in integrateables” testing 🙂 But since (at least me) am not sure that it will be even near to be here and now.
    Something on technological advancements and how would you see passionate test specialists keeping up with it, perhaps?! 🙂

  10. Volha says:

    Hey Daniel,

    Big thanks for you interesting blog posts, especially for your reading suggestions. I have just finished Explore it! from Elisabeth Hendrickson. Looking forward to read Thinking Fast and Slow from Daniel Kahneman in 2017.

    Es wäre cool auch dein tolles Buch auf Deutsch zu lesen. Hoffentlich hab ich Glück 🙂


  11. smartwatch says:

    Hello Daniel,

    Congratzz with your new release!
    I already read the English version as German being and I can’t wait to read the German version.

    Nowadays you can use your smartwatch as a mobile device.

    I hope to win the book this time!

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