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Brad Johnson

About the Author

Brad Johnson


Brad is a cloud-testing pioneer who joined SOASTA in December 2008. His former roles as head of test and monitoring products at Compuware, Mercury Interactive and Borland prepared him well to disrupt the skeptical and established software quality market with updated approaches and technologies for continuous web and mobile testing.

SOASTA TouchTest Welcomes iOS7


Written by Fred Beringer Last week, Apple officially launched the seventh version of its operating system. iOS7 brings a lot of UX innovation as well as a major overhaul of the UI. A lot of companies have been busy making changes to their mobile applications in order to be ready for the big day. iOS […]

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Talking Like a Pirate


In observance of International Talk Like a Pirate Day, the SOASTA team wanted to point out a few fun comparisons between the pirates of the 1800s and the pirates of the modern day tech world. Although old-world pirates were sometimes described as hooligans and scalawags, they were also passionate adventurers. Today’s technology is moving at […]

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TouchTest Lite – Part 2


Written by Fred Beringer Because yesterday was a very special day for TouchTest enthusiasts, we’ve packed your preferred automation production with some amazing NEW capabilities! Clip editor usability enhancements  We want developers and testers to spend time designing tests, not building them. TouchTest provides a 100% visual environment for fast test creation, and with this new […]

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TouchTest Lite – Part 1


Written by Fred Beringer I couldn’t be happier today to announce the general availability of our new TouchTest Lite product. With this new product, not only can you get everything you’ve been using and loving so far, but you get it in your own online instance! Not familiar with TouchTest? This is what you get FOR […]

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The New Face of Quality


Written by Tom Lounibos Amazingly, not much has changed over the past 20 years in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant when it comes to software quality suites.  Which is truly amazing given the level of innovation and change that we have seen throughout the application lifecycle over that same period of time. Let’s take a stroll down […]

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Written by Peter Galvin, Here’s the thing: Nine out of ten Americans reported that they associate negative feelings with brands that have poorly performing websites and mobile apps (88%), and have a negative reaction when a website is too slow (83%). Can top brands afford to be part of those statistics? This news comes from […]

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