4 virtual connectivity trends for social gathering and what it means for mobile app developers

While humans are ever-adapting, the recent pandemic has forced a complete revamp of how we work and play. As in-person meetings and conventions remain sparse, networking in other ways has…

QA metrics: beyond discovering defects

There are numerous test metrics or criteria to measure the success of mobile applications. But in a world of agile software testing, it’s more than just discovered defects. What other…

Evolutions of software testing: from outsourced and crowdsourced to networked testing

Though often misquoted, we all understand the thought behind this common paraphrase of the famous quote by philosopher George Santayana, “those who fail to learn from history are doomed to…

Is remote-first the new reality for software companies (and 4 ways to adapt)

While the digital nomad lifestyle changed the face of work-from-home, the coronavirus brought remote work to a new level. Today, the increased acceptance of – and the success of –…

Three ways remote work has changed agile software development

Odds are you’re reading this article at home instead of at the office.  Business practices and operations have changed quickly – and in some cases permanently – due to the coronavirus.

How mobile app QA testing gets in the way of continuous delivery… and how to fix it

Continuous delivery (CD), and the broader DevOps movement, have radically accelerated the pace of software development.  With a cultural shift in development practices and software life cycles, deployment architecture and…

Three global QA trends for mobile applications

In the past few months, remote teams have taken center stage as businesses determine a better way to work through the coronavirus pandemic. Similarly, the crisis has affected consumer behaviors…

Co-managed and fully managed testing approaches

Partnering for remote QA: fully-managed vs. co-managed testing approaches

With a consistent update schedule of one to two weeks for mobile apps, the inevitable surge in testing means companies are looking for ways to release the best version of…

4 reasons why native apps are perfect for burstable test strategies

4 reasons why native apps are perfect for burstable test strategies

Last month, Apple reported it had facilitated almost half a trillion dollars (with a ’T’) of economic activity via its App Store. It’s a huge figure, but it’s also believable.

For developers working to tight, iterative release cycles, the burstable approach offers several key advantages.

How the right type of QA testing delivers on your need for speed

With over 2.7 billion smartphone users across the world, it’s no surprise that the mobile app industry is thriving. App usage and smartphone penetration are still growing at a steady…