Daniel Knott

Mobile Testing Expert

Daniel is a mobile testing expert working as Lead Software Test Engineer at XING’s mobile team. He started his software testing career in 2003 as a trainee at IBM. After his time at IBM, Daniel studied computer science with a focus on software development and testing. Since 2009, Daniel has worked for companies such as Accenture, AOE and XING. He is experienced in several mobile test automation tools such as Robotium, Calabash for iOS/ Android, Espresso and Keep It Functional. With the help of this tools, he developed a fully automated testing environment for Android and iOS.

Daniel likes to share his knowledge and therefore he started to share his experience on his blog www.adventuresinqa.com as well as in several testing magazines. Daniel is a well-known mobile expert, a speaker at various conferences in Europe and since 2014, he is the author of the book Hands-On Mobile App Testing.

RECENT POSTS

QA Lounge

Mobile Testing Techniques Every QA Person Must Know

We all know that software isn’t bug free and never will be. However, software testers should use a broad range of testing skills and techniques to find as many issue as possible.

QA Lounge

How to Create a Mobile Testing Strategy in Three Steps

Because of mobile’s omnipresence and the fact that many daily situations rely on flawless app experiences, it is necessary to take the time to choose the proper mobile testing approach.

UX Corner

What Mobile Users Expect from Mobile Apps

The better a mobile app satisfies user expectations, the higher they set the bar. Therefore fulfilling mobile users’ expectations is an ongoing process.

QA Lounge

QA Beginner’s Guide: How to Group and Prioritize Mobile Test Devices

Keeping track of an ever-growing amount of mobile devices remains a crucial but tricky part of mobile testing.

QA Lounge

Testing on the Right Devices

One of the challenges each mobile development team has to solve is identifying the right devices to use for development and testing.

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