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SSQA Sept Meetup @ new eBay location: An approach to mobile application testing

As mobile adoption continues to grow, from enterprise applications to consumer applications, companies recognize the potential to boost revenue, decrease costs and reach out efficiently to their customer.  However, the mobile market is becoming increasingly competitive and complex.  The huge diversity of devices, operating systems, OS versions, carriers etc. makes it virtually impossible to sustain reasonable quality standards for their mobile applications and websites across platforms.  The complexity starts with multitude of mobile devices having different screen sizes, hardware configurations and image rending capabilities. In addition, the proliferation of operating platforms and the hundreds of mobile phone carriers worldwide working on diverse local network standards (GSM, CDMA etc.) is putting further strain on development teams.  Hence, testing becomes more complicated and mobile QA is becoming increasingly expensive.

So, how do we address mobile QA challenge?  How can we minimize the cost of mobile QA without compromising on the quality of the applications? Mobile QA test infrastructure - build one or use it as a service?   These are just some of the questions, that linger in our mind...  The talk on "An approach to mobile application testing" shall some of the basic questions  and share best practices in mobile QA

Speaker:  Kaarthick Subramanian is a techno-business leader with exposure to strategic testing assignments at fortune 500 companies.  He currently serves in Independent Testing Services organization at CSC, where he leads their BFSI testing practice. Earlier, at Polaris Software Lab Ltd. (a financial technology company) Kaarthick served as Vice President and Head of Testing Engagements (Strategic Accounts).   Kaarthick's engagement with Fortune 500 companies involved deploying strategies, techniques & tools around test management, functional testing and automation of enterprise applications. The thought leadership from Kaarthick have helped organizations like Polaris and Lionbridge along with their clientele to build efficient practices in QA and Test Management space



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  • John T.

    Where can we get the handouts from this presentation? :)

    September 12, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great information, lots to take in. Hopefully the slides that the presenter showed will be emailed to us. Questions from participants were interesting.

    September 12, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    EBAY has a really nice building.

    September 12, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Excellent venue and great presentation from Kaarthick Subramanian.

    September 11, 2012

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