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Jason Arbon

Jason Arbon

Jason Arbon is the CEO of, focused on automagically identifying differences in mobile app UI, UX, and performance. Jason is also the creator of the new mobile web search and discovery app mobo ( Jason was formerly the director of engineering and director of product at, where he created the App Store data analytics service and led overall product strategy to deliver crowdtesting to top app teams via more than 100,000 community members. Jason previously held engineering management and innovation roles at Google and Microsoft. He coauthored How Google Tests Software and authored App Quality: Secrets for Agile App Teams.

Speaker Presentations
Tuesday, September 29, 2015 - 8:30am
Half-day Tutorials
Building Your Mobile App Quality Strategy

Let’s build a mobile app quality and testing strategy together. Whether you have a web, hybrid, or native app, building a quality and testing strategy means first understanding your customers and your competitors, and then testing your app under real-world conditions. Most importantly, it means having the data and tools to make quick, agile decisions on feature implementations and bug fixes. Jason Arbon guides you through the latest techniques, data, and tools to ensure you have an awesome mobile app quality and testing strategy. Leave this interactive session with a strategy for your very own app—or one you pretend to own. The information Jason shares is based on's thousands of mobile app test cycles on hundreds of top mobile apps, data analytics on millions of apps, hundreds of millions of app store reviews, development of mobile apps, and consultations with top app development teams.

Note: Bringing a laptop or tablet to this tutorial is preferred but is not required.


Wednesday, September 30, 2015 - 11:30am
Special Topics
Testing the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is here, and it brings new testing problems, complexity, and, in Jason Arbon’s opinion, a bit more fun. Tiny computers are embedded in everything from light bulbs and shoes to baby diapers. The tiny devices are attached to cattle, humans, cars, and trash cans. The number of IoT devices is set to explode into the tens of billions in the next few years. Consumers expect all these devices to simply work—and work well—with each other. It is easy to test a web app with a mouse and keyboard, or to test a mobile app with a few swipes, but IoT demands that testers determine how to vary the temperature, generate good and bad golf swings, and verify that this device plays well with all those other devices. The topics of security and privacy are more important than ever in this IoT world. Join Jason for a glimpse into the emerging and fun world of IoT testing.