As we wrote in one of our last posts, this year we will attend again the Mobile World Congress 2018, the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry! The event will take place from February 26th until March 1st in Barcelona. Continue reading
Regression tests usually are initiated when a programmer fixes bugs or adds codes for new functionality for the system. There can be a lot of dependence on newly added and existing functionality. To ensure quality, it is essential to check that the new code works together with the old code and the unmodified code is not affected.
Let’s talk about UX! Meet us at #dmexco17 for expert insights and a chance to win a UX workshop including €4,000 testing credit! On September 13th and 14th, Europe’s digital world experts will meet in Cologne. As there will be a full program of practice oriented presentations by top international speakers and many new impulses for the digital world, of course Testbirds will be there! Continue reading
The Deutsche Telekom uses test automation with Testbirds. In the video on the cooperation Alexander Gunnar Kiefer, technical project manager at Deutsche Telekom GmbH, shows the reasons of using test automation, explains the benefits for the telecommunication company and reveils some best praticses for other companies.
Since 2015, the Deutsche Telekom is working on optimising their e-mail products. If you are a private customer of the company and have an e-mail address with …@t-online.de at the end, you directly benefit from the testing and optimising. Continue reading
From February 27th to March 2nd, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we will be launching a newly developed testing solution: The Global Real Device Network (GRDN)! This new testing solution allows companies to test their applications and software on all Android smartphones and tablets in the market, all through our Nest.
In line with last year’s release of Testing 4.0, in which we combined the strengths of crowdsourced and cloud-based software testing, we now introduce the GRDN. It leverages the smart devices in our crowd of 200,000 testers in 193 countries to create unique remote testing possibilities. By connecting their Android-smartphones and tablets, crowdtesters grant access to clients looking to test apps, websites and other software on real-world mobile devices – all while maintaining a high level of data privacy and security. Once connected, the device can be remotely operated for both manual and automated testing purposes.
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Seitdem wir im Mai dieses Jahres mit unserer Training Academy gestartet sind, ist daraus mittlerweile ein echtes Serienhighlight geworden, für das wir viel Zuspruch erhalten. Die ersten Webinare beschäftigten sich mit unserem Testing 4.0-Konzept (Crowdtesting und Cloud-Technologien) sowie der Erstellung von automatisierten Tests. Auf Basis Ihres Feedbacks haben wir nun neue Schwerpunkte gesetzt.
My Role at Testbirds is a series of blog posts that gives insights into the daily life at the office. Every so often, one of our employees will introduce you to his or her line of work and share some helpful tips.
This week features our Salesbird Alex. He advices clients at the phone.
Welcome to the first article of our new series “HR behind the scenes” where you get insights into our HR department. This time: Cocoon – Tinder for Recruiters. Ok, wait! It’s not what you think! It’s not recruiters looking to date recruiters and therefore invented an app to easily find each other. That would be a little bit too narcissistic. The app we tested, on the other hand, is for finding the right candidates using the same methodology as tinder. And here’s what we think about it:
In the last edition of the series What, How and Why?, we gave you a closer look at Card Sorting. It helps you find the right menu structure for your app or website. Card Sorting is possible at every stage of the development life cycle. This time we would like to take a step back and give you some insight on how you can get feedback on your whole product.
On Tuesday, Apple was once again holding its annual developer conference WWDC and presented its latest innovations. Two weeks ago, we reported on another tech giant’s developer event: Google I/O. In April, Facebook announced updates for its social network. All these events have one thing in common: that artificial intelligence in general and voice user interfaces in particular seem to be one of the major tech revolutions coming in the next few years.