Quality Assurance organizations faces tough challenges managing the mobile devices needed to get the job done every day. Existing tools can force you to tie precious devices to a single machine and then pass them around physically when it’s time to share or collaborate. This eliminates efficiency in resource utilization and can impact test coverage. We’ll discuss what makes mobile so different than other types of testing from an environmental and process standpoint and general strategies for recapturing that lost efficiency.
- USB-tethering of devices for use by developers, QA, and support professionals diminishes team agility.
- Without devices under management as part of a highly available infrastructure, DevOps efficiencies can evaporate in mobility.
- Considerations for types of mobile testing and the wisest places to spend your time.
About the speaker:
Dan McFall is a seasoned, knowledgeable software professional with extensive experience spanning mobility, manual and automated mobile testing, secure test device management, private cloud, Agile software development and technical support. Currently, Dan is the vice president of mobility solutions at Mobile Labs, a leading provider of mobile testing and secure test device management solutions. In his role, Dan works with global organizations to improve their development and QA processes around mobile device and application testing. Dan is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology with a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering.