QAOps Blog

It's been a busy few weeks here at Global App Testing as we've been working on making it easier to create, update and launch tests.

With so many updates just recently we thought it was a good time to tell you all about them 🙌!

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Stack Overflow has been swooping to the rescue of all types of developers since its founding in 2008. Since that time, developers have asked millions upon millions of different questions, within all areas of development.

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Building for mobile is incredibly hard. Building an app that people love and helps grow your company is even harder.

With the dizzying level of competition and the ever-increasing high standards set by the best apps, it’s becoming . . .

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Last year we wrote about the 4 Testing Trends that (we thought) will affect QA Testing in 2018. How right were we?


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As the last attendee left the room we collectively high fived in excitement… 🙌

Our first GAT Tech Talk took place on October 4th at the BiznesLab in Kraków. It was an excellent opportunity to celebrate the launch of our new office in . . .

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Can Pepsi bring your ancestors back from the dead?

That’s what Pepsi told the Chinese market when they launched their advertising campaign “Come alive with the Pepsi Generation”.

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From CTOs and VPs to Heads of Mobile, Mobile World Congress (MWC) Americas is the must-attend event for anyone working in the mobile industry. This three-day event will be jam-packed with thought leadership sessions from more than 200 . . .

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After London and Cluj Napoca, we are proud to announce the opening of our 3rd international office!

Located in Kraków’s central Zabłocie area and serving as Global App Testing’s engineering hub, the office will accommodate 30 . . .

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The room filled with excitement as the last sticky note was placed on the timeline. I’d never seen such an energy between our product and engineering teams; mostly because they were remote to one another. However, seeing them all in a . . .

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