Katherine Slattery is the Marketing Associate at uTest, the world’s largest marketplace for software testing services. Katherine focuses her writing on topics around web, desktop and mobile application development. She can be reached at [email protected].
Responsive design may be all the rage in the mobile world at the moment, but big companies that ignore native apps in favor of this new technology will find their brands (and their bottom lines) suffering. uTest's Kate Slattery explains how it all comes down to the UX and the quality of your work.
No matter what software development methodology companies adopt or how good testing automation gets, there will always be a need for dedicated testers. Developers simply cannot do both jobs. Katherine Slattery explains how the value of quality QA testing simply cannot be overlooked.
Software development is one of the fastest growing job functions. Unfortunately, schools and their students are failing to keep up with demand. One job role that is almost completely missing from college and technical educations is software testing. What's that all about?
With new mobile phones and tablets hitting the market every month, it can be hard for developers to keep up. But think twice before you choose to neglect certain “unpopular” devices. Mobile device fragmentation poses bigger challenges than you realize.
Mobile payments are here to stay, and as more players join the game, security and usability testing will become increasingly more important. With Forrester predicting a 48 percent increase in the market by 2017, there’s a lot at stake.