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TEST Huddle Weekly: June 6th – 13th

  • 12/06/2015
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In this edition of TEST Huddle Weekly you can register for three Mobile webinars, Enter our TeamSTAR Competition for 4 FREE tickets to EuroSTAR, join in the latest testing discussions and much more…


Upcoming Webinars

eran 1Continuous Quality As a Key for A 5 Star Mobile Apps Delivery
with Eran Kinsbruner (Perfecto Mobile, Israel)
Tue, Jun 23, 2015 02:00 PM – 03:00 PM (BST)

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn to include testing in every sprint and bake Performance and network conditions into your test code
  • Learn to efficiently automate your tests across platforms in a cross-platform test code
  • Learn to move beyond automating test code into automating the entire CI process
  • Learn to leverage post production monitoring of your mobile apps for continuous quality

Register Here


stephen 1The Mobile Tester – Your Place In The Team
with Stephen Janaway (Net-A-Porter, United Kingdom)
Wed, Jun 24, 2015 02:00 PM – 03:00 PM (BST)

Key Takeaways:

  • Why mobile development is different
  • The testers place in a mobile team
  • How you can adapt and excel in a mobile team

Register Here


jon 1Mobile App Test Attacks to Efficiently Explore Software
with Jon Hagar (Grand Software Testing, USA)
Thu, Jun 25, 2015 02:00 PM – 03:00 PM (BST)

Key Takeaways:

  • Breaking Mobile App Software to find bugs
  • Embedded risk-based exploratory testing concepts
  • Attack based testing specific to mobile devices

Register Here



teeamstar 2015The Legendary TeamSTAR Competition is Back!
This video competition is our biggest conference giveaway of the year! The prize consists of four FREE conference places – valued at over €7,000! Get your entry in before the July 31st Deadline. – Find out more


Featured Discussions

Mobile Testing In a Nutshell
I found this Mind Map for mobile testing. It’s very detailed and impressive by my questions is, what’s missing? – View the Mind Map

The Most Dangerous Software Bugs in History
Have you heard about or come across any dangerous software bugs that could cause
real problems if they were exploited? – Join the discussion

Testing vs. Checking
Is checking different to testing? If so, who does the checking? – Have your say

Recommended Reading
Here are some great testing books to check out. Have you read any good testing books lately? – Join the discussion

Should Trivial Bugs Be Logged?
should all bugs be logged or just the really important ones? – Share your thoughts 


Latest Blogs

G(R)ood Testing 10: User Centred Risk Based Test Stories
Last month I wrote about a revised approach for obtaining a test strategy. This month we’ll take test strategy a little further and look at centred risk based test reporting… Continue Reading

Featured Members: Alin Groza, Robin Goldsmith And Steven Cross
Alin is a software tester based in Romania. He works with the Haufe Group testing software for financial products… Meet Alin, Robin and Stephen

On This Day: June 9th
Apple introduce the iPhone 3G… See what else happened

Walking The Test Path. Literally!
A paper System Integration Test (Paper Sit or Simulated SIT) is in fact a role play in a facilitated environment in which the business processes are simulated end-to-end… Continue Reading

Quotes Of The Week: June 5th
DARPA’s self-repair software competition, Apple watch can’t find your heart and more… Continue Reading


Latest Resources

Software. Well… It’s Complicated – View Webinar
by Shmuel Gershon, (Intel, Israel)

Everything is Connected – Download eBook
by Zeger van Hese, (Z-sharp, Belgium)



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Daragh Murphy

Daragh is Content Marketing Specialist for EuroSTAR Conferences & Huddle. An avid rugby fan, Daragh loves to watch Munster and Ireland games. If you see him at the EuroSTAR Conference he might have a video camera in his hand - stop him and ask him about his beagler (beagle/king charles cavalier cross) pup Nelson.

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