6 months ago I launched my 1st book called “The Digital Quality Handbook”.
The book aims to address the key challenges in assuring high mobile (as well as web) quality, by avoiding pitfalls that are commonly practiced in the industry.
I have also recently joined the working group of ISTQB to influence the material in the mobile certification course, where I plan to include insights from the book as well.
In this book, I am hosting top leaders from the industry touching the most important aspects in assuring DevOps.
The above image is taken from Amazon recommending my book close to the leading DevOps practitioner books, this is another strong validation of the book relevancy and value.
Few highlights from the book are below:
- Shifting quality left and right to cover as many tests automatically throughout the release pipeline is a key to move faster and identify issues earlier in the process (Angie Jones from Twitter, Manish Maturia from InfoStretch and others provide practitioner level insights and tips)
- Testing on the right platforms and OS’s is a key to assure high quality across different devices (new, legacy, popular) in various locations and environments
- I am referring to this magazine, that I author on a quarterly basis in the book, and highly recommend subscribing to receive this free asset upon each release: http://info.perfectomobile.com/factors-magazine.html
- Robust automation is achieved through best practices such as building a page object model (POM) and using unique object locators rather than flaky XPATHs etc. I am referring to a free online tool that can help score your object as part of your test automation development http://xpathvalidator.projectquantum.io/
- Testing not only via the UI is another key for success, so complementing UI testing with API level testing can reduce the time of testing, provide faster feedback and other values. This chapter was actually developed by my twin brother Lior Kinbruner 🙂 – worth checking it out!
- Performance testing and UX is another challenge and key to success. A full section of the book is dedicated to wind tunnel testing, user experience testing (JeanAnn Harrison contributes a lot here together with Amir Rozenberg).
The book was #1 in the new best selling book on Amazon, and still rocking today after more than 6 months. It is #43 as of today in the overall Software Testing Book which is a great validation and honor for me and the contributors.
If you still haven’t got a copy of the book, i really encourage you to do so – I am already planning on my next journey so stay tuned 🙂