The Software Testing World Cup (STWC) is an event for testing practitioners to show off their skills and compete with other testing professionals. It brings the testing craft into the spotlight and gives the profession a competitive event on a global scale.
I will be a speaker at the iPhone Developer Conference 2013 in Cologne.
The topic of my talk is “Testing of iOS apps” (talk will be in german). My talk will include general mobile testing challenges, an overview of iOS test automation tools and how to use them. Besides that I will also talk about best practices while testing mobile applications.
Find the programm here.
I hope to see you in december in cologne ;).
This is a short reminder for all agile testers out there! Don’t miss the agile testing days 2012 in Potsdam/ Berlin germany! Only 2 weeks left before the conference will start.Check the program here.
For those of you who missed the last year conference find some information here.
I also wrote two blog posts about the last conference.
Sadly I can’t make it this year, but hopefully next year again! Enjoy the conference!
Today, I want to share the video of my talk on the Scandinavian Agile Conference 2012 in Helsinki. The topic was: Mobile App Testing – Challenges, Solutions and Best Practices.
This week I attended the Mobile Developer Conference in Hamburg/ Germany. In the talk from Miroslav Simudvarac (www.troido.de) he presented some really useful Android Development Tools. I really like the tools and I think they are really helpful for Android Developers or Quality Assurance Experts.
The first tool is the so called re-signer developed by Miroslav Simudvarac. If you want to test e.g. with Robotium against an existing APK file and you don’t have access to the source code, you need to resign the APK file with your own signature. In a previous post I explained why you have to change the signature and how to do this on a commandline. With the re-signer tool you are now able to resign APK files over a graphical user interface. All you need ist the re-sign.jar file and an installed Android SDK. The tool can be downloaded from here. Download the jar file and execute it with a double click or from commandline with
java -jar re-sign.jar. The following user interface should show up.
To resign your APK file, just Drag & Drop the file in the window. If the resigning was successful a popup window will show up and give you the information about the starting activity and the package name of the APK file that you need for your Robotium Manifest.xml file. Thats it! Now you should be able to resign APK files even faster!
The second tool is the so called Cert-Checker. Read more