San Francisco,CA (PRWEB) December 31, 2013
Mobile web performance is about increasing the speed in which web pages are downloaded, and displayed on the user's web browser. In today’s fast paced world customers don’t want to be slowed down, seconds matter when it comes to satisfaction and increasing or losing sales.
The landscape for mobile device configurations, network connectivity and mobile application frameworks is constantly changing. This means organizations should frequently re-examine thinking and practices for optimizing mobile applications.
Whether it's a move to responsive design, toolkit upgrade or complete application transformation the enhanced speed and capacity of physical device resources should always translate into application performance and efficiency.
On January 7 at 10am EST, quality assurance and software testing firm, XBOSoft is hosting another informative webinar for quality, development, testing professionals. Philip Lew and Mark Tomlinson will provide an informative discussion and review of mobile web performance techniques.
This webinar will help enhance understanding of mobile web performance optimization rules and techniques. Speakers will draw on the industry's best sources to share up-to-date techniques with software quality assurance and development practitioners in attendance.
"I'm looking forward to sharing this update to our understanding of all the commonly-accepted mobile performance optimization guidelines. We have new devices and upgrades to existing devices that have the potential to remove the common barriers to full-speed mobile application performance," says Mark Tomlinson regarding the webinar.
For more information on registration visit https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/259681694.
In keeping with the issue of mobile usage increasing worldwide, XBOSoft is conducting its second annual mobile testing and quality assurance survey. Early results show that 40% of respondents are planning on increasing mobile QA and development teams in the upcoming year. Find out what is working for other organizations by participating in the survey and receiving your copy of the report.https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XBOSoftmobileqatestingsurvey
About Philip Lew
Dr. Lew, CEO of XBOSoft, has 20 years industry experience. He has helped hundreds of organizations assess the quality of their software, examine software quality processes and set forth measurement plans so that they can consistently improve software quality using systematic methods. He received his B.S. and Master of Engineering degrees in Operations Research from Cornell University. His PhD research in software quality and usability resulted in several IEEE and ACM journal publications and he has been published in various trade journals as well. Dr. Lew has presented at several conferences including STARWest 2012 & 2013, Software Test Professionals 2012, and the International Conference of Web Engineering-2009-10-11.
About Mark Tomlinson
Mark Tomlinson is a specialist in performance engineering and software testing. His career began in 1992 with a comprehensive two-year test for a life-critical transportation system, a project which captured his interest for software testing, quality assurance, and test automation. That first test project sought to prevent trains from running into each other -- and Mark has metaphorically been preventing “train wrecks” for his customers for the past 20 years. He has broad experience with real-world scenario testing of large and complex systems and is regarded as a leading expert in software testing automation with a specific emphasis on performance. http://www.westevergreen.com/.
XBOSoft is an international firm specializing in software quality assurance with branch offices in China, the USA, and Europe. With a proven record of success working for Fortune 500 companies and specialized ISVs, XBOSoft has gained broad domain expertise with extended experience in finance and healthcare. Our commitment to software quality improvement is implemented through practical quality assurance processes combined with the deep technical expertise of its employees.