3 Quality Engineering Takeaways from the Wall Street Journal

| December 22, 2017

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Effective quality engineering is still attainable in spite today’s fragmented digital world that you need to manage. Dow Jones is a company that has mastered Quality Engineering by integrating crowdtesting into its internal operations and benefited from the increased flexibility that it provides. Applause hosted a webinar with Dow Jones’ Engineering Director, Sumeet Mandloi, who brings more than 18 years of experience in QA, test automation, and product and release management to his position at Dow Jones. Mandloi shared how Dow Jones has evolved its family of brands, including the Wall Street Journal, to keep pace with rapidly emerging technologies - like VR, AR, and IoT - that have turned the media industry upside down.

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