By Josh Galde
Josh Galde describes key best practices that can be followed in order to develop and produce a successful mobile app that's user friendly and reliable. Simply avoiding the five sins Josh describes can save valuable time, resources, and strain while developing a finished product that's functional and reliable, allowing you to bring your mobile strategy to market with confidence and assurance.
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Check out the full list of books recommended by the speakers from the Conference the Association for Software Testing 2014, here.
web CAST 2014
August 12-13, 9a-8p EDT (GMT -4)
Keynotes – Full Track Sessions – “CAST Live”
The CAST 2014 will be livestreaming again this year and be broadcasting both keynotes and full track sessions. HCMC software testers! You can attend CAST 2014 and learn from top testing expert in the world for free. Follow the link below to get the information and be ready.
To make things a little easier they've posted iCal links on our website so you can add the livestream to your calendar and have the sessions in your local time. In addition we are going to send out as a reminder email each day with that day's schedule. To get the reminder email you need to subscribe here.
How could we participate in #CAST2014 without actually being there? It's really simple. You tweet your questions to @AST_News. There is a litle blue box, Tweet Printer which will print them in the room during the conference. Just watch the webCAST and get the answer.
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Ask a Question via Twitter: @AST_News
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