Two Strikes, You're Out: The Importance of Testing

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Did you know 84% of users report that they'll uninstall an app after two crashes?

Did you know that there are 32,000 new apps each month in the iOS and Play markets combined?

Increased competition and increasing complexity in app development mean testing is simultaneously more important and more difficult. This discussion will cover the importance of being proactive with regards to quality, from developing with testing in mind to implementing automated tests. It will also provide an overview of tools and services that can help with quality throughout an app's development and deployment.

About the Speakers

Pawel Wojnarowicz

Pawel Wojnarowicz, Founder, AppThwack

Pawel built an automation platform in his spare time that became the official solution for testing all wireless products at Intel. Pawel left after nine years to co-found AppThwack, a mobile app testing service that helps developers and QA teams quickly and automatically test their apps on real devices.

Matthew Steele

Trent Peterson, Founder, AppThwack

Trent spent seven years at Intel designing system-automation solutions trusted to test products used by millions of customers with an emphasis on simplicity and user experience. He left in early 2012 to co-found AppThwack, a mobile app testing service that helps developers and QA teams quickly and automatically test apps on real devices.

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When

Monday, March 25, 2013 - 6:00pm

Location

Urban Airship
334 NW 11th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
United States

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