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Testing at the Speed of Awesome!
Testing at the Speed of Awesome!

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Check out the latest from Greg Sypolt on the Sauce Labs' blog: Using Canary Release Pipelines to Achieve #ContinuousTesting.
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Start continuous testing in three steps. Lubos Parobek breaks down what tests to run and when your #DevOps team needs put them into action via @devopsagenda
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Carrier network connectivity lets users test #mobile apps under real-world conditions (even without wifi!) Check out this blog post and demo of Asaf showing network connectivity in action. #ContinuousTesting #TestAllTheThings
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Developing and testing around the #iPhoneX notch: here's what you need to know.
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Where in the world is Sauce Labs this month? We're bringing the sauce all over the world to meetups and conferences galore... stop by and see us!
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Flash videos for tests recordings are going away and being replaced with MP4s. Learn how to set them now or just wait until June 10.
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Work hard, play hard... run hard! Here's our Berlin team after running the Berliner Firmenlauf today. What a crew! #lifeatsauce
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Having the right test automation framework for functional testing is just as important as having the right mix of supported iOS devices. XCUITest is the framework of choice for many Xcode developers because it is maintained by Apple.

Join Asaf Saar, Sauce Labs Mobile Product Management Director, and Clint Sprauve, Mobile Product Marketing Director and learn:

-- The key advantages of the XCUITest testing framework
-- The difference between XCUITest and other test frameworks such as Appium and Espresso
-- The benefit of parallel execution for test automation speed and scale
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We surveyed nearly 1,100 people in order to bring you the real-world state of modern development and testing in 2018. Read the report.
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The goal of any software organization is to have an updated testing strategy in place that allows all bugs to be identified and fixed before they are released into production.

If you have been pursuing that goal, but are still falling short of preventing bugs in production, it might be time to reevaluate your testing strategy.
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