Eran Kinsbruner

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A mobile development leader and veteran, Eran Kinsbruner has been in the dev & test industry since 1999. The creator and author of the quarterly Digital Test Coverage Index, and co-inventor of the test exclusion automated mechanism for mobile J2ME testing at Sun Microsystems, Eran serves as a prominent resource for every step of the app development cycle.

As an influential blogger and speaker at global conferences like StarEast, Eurostar Automation Guild and QAI Quest, Eran’s expertise has proven outstandingly valuable to developers and testers at organizations large and small. At a community level, Eran founded Meetups in both Boston and Israel to empower, educate, and bring together local dev/test experts, and launched a LinkedIn Group with over 5,400 mobile developers and testers from all over the world.

Most recently, Eran authored a book that will launch at the StarEast Conference in May 2017. Titled The Digital Quality Handbook, the book will offer intel on integrating quality into every step of the development cycle to help dev & test teams meet rising consumers standards for mobile and web applications.

Currently, Eran is the Mobile Technical Evangelist at Perfecto, the leading cloud-based web and mobile quality lab, and was formerly the CTO for Mobile Testing at Matrix, and managed technical teams at Qulicke & Soffa, Sun Microsystems, General Electric and NeuStar.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Eran Kinsbruner and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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