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Thursday, October 3, 2013 - 11:15am - 12:15pm
Mobile Testing

Mobile Testing Success: Real World Strategies and Techniques

Today, consumers spend more time on mobile apps than on the web. With this increased demand and paradigm shift toward mobile devices, the role of the software tester is evolving and becoming more complex. Since mobile testing is a relatively new domain, software testers face the challenge of understanding not only what to test but how to test. Clint Sprauve focuses on real world strategies and techniques for mobile app testing including device provisioning, mobile network virtualization, multi-OS platform coverage, and hybrid app testing. Learn how companies across various industries—insurance, finance, and entertainment—are implementing successful mobile testing strategies and techniques to meet this growing challenge. In addition, Clint highlights what is most important when creating a mobile testing strategy for your organization—object recognition options (native, text, and image), mobile app performance, and device security.

Clint Sprauve, Hewlett-Packard

Clint Sprauve is a senior solutions architect for HP Software. Previously, Clint was the director of product strategy for the Borland Solutions Division of Micro Focus, where he created Borland’s mobile strategy for functional test automation. He has more than twenty years of experience in the software development and quality assurance industry. Clint has served as the senior product marketing manager for the Silk Testing Solutions at Borland Software and Segue Software, and served as a senior technical sales engineer for both companies.

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