The weekend has rolled around – and for testers and developers it’s time to catch up on the latest in mobile and web. Or perhaps it has been one of those weeks and you’re looking for something on the lighter “in-the-wild testing” side. Here’s a breakdown of the top stories from our other blogs this week:
How do you test effectively when time and resources are stretched thin? If you read Risk Based Testing 101 by experienced IT professional Pramod Lumb and wanted more – you’re in luck. Risk Based Testing 102 is up! Check it out.
You know you can’t shrink your screen to fit a mobile device – but the idea of mobile specific “responsive design” is still tempting. This post looks at when responsive design is a good choice – and the times when it’s not.
Microsoft’s Windows 8 has gotten some mixed reviews – the good, the bad and the just okay. However, TechCrunch’s John Briggs says there are some things even Apple could learn from Windows 8. Intrigued?
As tech users- where do we spend the most of our time? According to a recent study, the usage of mobile apps has overtaken the web and is edging its way towards a take-down of television.
It’s becoming undeniable. The “bring your own device” (or BYOD) trend is spreading in the enterprise world! Take a look at this Infographic on the 2012 BYOD challenge.
Thinking about buying your kid an iPod Touch this holiday season? You may want to check out this video first, to see if the device can handle the real world fruit punch and Cheeto torture that having a child owner imposes. Take a look.