May 12, 2017

Tues, June 13th: Book Talk: Eran Kinsbruner, The Digital Quality Handbook: Guide for Achieving Continuous Quality in a DevOps Reality, in Cambridge, MA

Come hear Eran Kinsbruner, Mobile Technical Evangelist at Perfecto Mobile, talk about his just released book, The Digital Quality Handbook: Guide for Achieving Continuous Quality in a DevOps Reality, just released on April 28, 2017!

Perfecto Mobile will be sponsoring this Ministry of Testing - Boston event. Pizza and soda will be served.

About the The Digital Quality Handbook:

According to Amazon:
"As mobile and web technologies continue to expand and basically drives large organizational business in virtually every vertical or industry, it is critical to understand how to take existing release practices for mobile and web apps to the next level, including software development life cycle (SDLC), tools, quality, etc. Organizations which are already enjoying the power of digital are still struggling with various challenges that can be related to many factors, such as:

• "SDLC and processes maturity

• "Expanding test coverage to include more non-functional testing, user condition testing, etc.

• "Coping with existing limitations of open source tools and frameworks

• "Sustaining correctly sized and up-to-date mobile test labs

• "Getting proper quality insights upon each test cycle prior and post production

• "Branching wisely cross-platform and cross-feature test suites

"The issues above are just a few out of probably many others existing today. However, this book tackles those and provide working best practices to overcome them. Each chapter in this book addresses a key challenge and provides practical examples and real life 'recipes' to overcome the difficulties and eventually help other organizations who might be facing the same difficulties".

Come say hello to the author, fresh off of the STAR East software testing conference in Orlando, Florida.

About the Author, Eran Kinsbruner:

Eran Kinsbruner, ( @ek121268 ), Blogger for Perfecto Mobile, talks about in his article "How the 'Digital Quality Handbook' Was Born" how he wanted to write

"A book. A practical book. A 'how-to' for DevOps practitioners, designed to make them better, faster, and more… perfect(o)".

He spoke to many people to get their input: Microsoft's Donovan Brown, Applitools' Adam Carmi, TestFairy's Yair Bar-On, Applause's Doron Reuveni, BlazeMeter's Jonathon Wright, Noga Cohen, Jacob Sharir, InfoStretch's Manish Mathuria, Rabobank's Wim Selles, Utopia Solutions' Lee Barnes, Angie Jones, Jean Ann, Harrison, Lior Kinsbruner.

In his book he collects stories from people with topics such as:

• The best way to include visual analysis testing as part of your test code, using any available open-source framework

• How to develop API tests that complement your mobile UI test automationHow to include non-functional performance testing and UX as part of your overall test strategy

• How to extend open-source tools like Protractor to better test your hybrid app

• The bible of UX testing

• What a valid and high-ranked XPATH should look like (with link to an online free tool that provides that rank to you)

• How to include chatbots testing into your existing mobile testing plans

• Where in the overall SDLC strategy does crowdsource testing and beta testing fit.

Happy Testing!

-T.J. Maher
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// Sr. QA Engineer, Software Engineer in Test, Software Tester since 1996.
// Contributing Writer for TechBeacon.
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