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Discussing the mind set of a good QA person, some often missed scenarios for iOS apps, and how to get the most out of testing.

Discussing the mind set of a good QA person, some often missed scenarios for iOS apps, and how to get the most out of testing.

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  • HowtoBreakYour AppsBeforeIDo Monday, September 9, 13
  • NickArnott @noir Monday, September 9, 13
  • Elements Launch Center Pro Screens 3 Perfect Weather Vesper Fantastical Justin Williams is Lazy Resolve Monday, September 9, 13
  • WhatisQA? Monday, September 9, 13
  • Monday, September 9, 13
  • •Challenging assumptions •You missed a spot •Prove it doesn’t work Monday, September 9, 13
  • ShiftingYourThinking •Challenging assumptions •You missed a spot •Prove it doesn’t work Monday, September 9, 13
  • OftenMissed Scenarios Monday, September 9, 13
  • ExtendedStatusBar Monday, September 9, 13
  • PoorNetworkConditions Monday, September 9, 13
  • PoorNetworkConditions Monday, September 9, 13
  • PoorNetworkConditions Monday, September 9, 13
  • PoorNetworkConditions Monday, September 9, 13
  • NoConfiguredAccounts Monday, September 9, 13
  • InsufficientPermission Monday, September 9, 13
  • Restrictions Monday, September 9, 13
  • Security • Use TLS/SSL •No self-signed certificates •Users can still tamper with traffic Network Monday, September 9, 13
  • Security • Use TLS/SSL •No self-signed certificates •Users can still tamper with traffic Network DeviceData •Secure sensitive user data •Users can tamper with data •Don’t leave your goodies Monday, September 9, 13
  • Soundseasy,let’sgo! Monday, September 9, 13
  • Soundseasy,let’sgo!Soundseasy,let’sgo! Notsofast. Monday, September 9, 13
  • Ifnotme,thenwho? Monday, September 9, 13
  • FindingTesters •Ask publicly •Having a screening process •Talk to other developers •Quality assurance, not quantity assurance Monday, September 9, 13
  • Keepingtesters engaged Monday, September 9, 13
  • StrategicReleases •Timely releases - don’t be too noisy •Communicate your timeframe •Release candidate? Monday, September 9, 13
  • ReleaseNotes •Known issues •Fixed issues •Major changes •Complete features •Incomplete features •Focus areas •Clear and concise Monday, September 9, 13
  • Don’tDiscourageBugs Monday, September 9, 13
  • WhenFeedbackDropsOff (Don’tpanic) Monday, September 9, 13
  • CollaborationBuildingabetacommunity Monday, September 9, 13
  • BugTracking Monday, September 9, 13
  • ShowYour Appreciation Monday, September 9, 13
  • WhatComesAfterShipping Hint:QAisn’tover. •Crash reports •App Store reviews •Support •Retrospective •On to the next one Monday, September 9, 13
  • FinalThoughts •Having a good testing mentality •Identifying missed scenarios •Getting the most out of testing Monday, September 9, 13
  • Thankyou NickArnott @noir nick@neglectedpotential.com bit.ly/360iDevQA Monday, September 9, 13
  • Monday, September 9, 13