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ASTQB-CMT ASTQB Certified Mobile Tester

Exam Code : ASTQB-MT
Exam Name : ASTQB Certified Mobile Tester
Exam Duration : 60 Minutes
Number of Questions : 40
Passing Score : 65%
Format : Multiple Choice Questions

Learning Objectives for Introduction to Mobile Testing
1.2 Expectations from Mobile Users
MOB-1.2.1 (K2) Explain the expectations for a mobile application user and how this affects test prioritization
1.3 Challenges for Testers
MOB-1.3.1 (K2) Explain the challenges testers encounter in mobile application testing and how the environments and skills must change to address those challenges
MOB-1.3.2 (K2) Summarize the different types of mobile applications
1.5 Equipment Requirements
MOB-1.5.1 (K2) Explain how equivalence partitioning can be used to select devices for testing
1.6 Lifecycle Models
MOB-1.6.1 (K2) Describe how some software development lifecycle models are more appropriate for mobile applications

Mobile applications generally fall into two categories, those developed specifically to be native mobile applications and those that were designed to be viewed through a web browser on a mobile device. From the user’s viewpoint, there is no difference, although some browser-based applications may be optimized for the mobile device providing a richer (or at least more readable) user experience. From the developer’s and tester’s viewpoint, there are different challenges, goals and success criteria. This syllabus is focused on the applications specifically developed for use by a mobile device although there will be some discussion about applications that have become mobile despite the original intentions.
Mobile devices include any of the so-called hand-held devices including (dumb) mobile phones, smart phones and tablets/netbooks as well as devices that have been created for a specific use such as ereaders or a device used by a parcel delivery service that allows the driver to record delivery, the customer to sign and an image to be taken documenting the delivery. Mobile devices also extend to wearable items such as smart watches and glasses that allow access to specific applications and may include additional native functionality, such as telling time or improving vision. While some of the mobile application testing concepts discussed in this syllabus are applicable to wearable devices, wearable devices are not the focus of this syllabus. The field of mobile devices is continually expanding as new uses are devised and devices are created to support those uses

COURSE OUTLINE, COURSE CONTENTS, SYLLABUS

Introduction to Mobile Testing
Expectations from Mobile Users - Explain the expectations for a mobile application user and how this affects test prioritization Challenges for Testers
- Explain the challenges testers encounter in mobile application testing and how the environments and skills must change to address those challenges
- Summarize the different types of mobile applications
Equipment Requirements - Explain how equivalence partitioning can be used to select devices for testing
Lifecycle Models - Describe how some software development lifecycle models are more appropriate for mobile applications
Test Planning and Design
Identify Functions and Attributes
- Explain why use cases are a good source of testing requirements for mobile applications
Identify and Assess Risks
- Describe different approaches to risk analysis
Determine Coverage Goals
- Explain how coverage goals will influence the level and type of testing to be conducted
Identify Test Conditions and Set Scope
- Describe how test analysts should take the device and application into consideration when creating test conditions
Quality Characteristics for Mobile Testing
Functional Testing - For a given mobile testing project apply the appropriate test design techniques
- Recall the purpose of testing for the correctness of an application
- Explain the important considerations for planning security testing for a mobile application
- Summarize the concepts of perspectives and personas for use in mobile application testing
- Summarize how device differences may affect testing
- Explain the use of Teststorming for deriving test conditions
Non-Functional Testing - Create a test approach that would achieve stated performance testing goals
- Recall aspects of the application that should be tested during performance testing
- Explain why real devices are needed when simulators are used for testing
- For a given mobile testing project, select the appropriate criteria to be Checked with usability testing
- Explain the challenges for portability and reliability testing mobile applications
Environments and Tools
Tools - Recall the expected capabilities for mobile application testing tools
- Explain the use of generic tools in testing mobile applications
Environments and Protocols - Recall the sources of data for a mobile application
Specific Application-Based Environment Considerations
- Explain the differences between browser-based and native device applications
Real Devices, Simulators, Emulators and the Cloud
- Explain why testing is not conducted entirely on real devices
- For a given mobile testing project, determine how and when to use simulators/emulators during testing
- Recall how to verify the reliability of a simulator/emulator
- For a given mobile testing project, determine how and when to use cloud-based testing
Performance Test Tools and Support - Explain how the cloud can be used to support performance testing
- Explain the types of data a performance tool needs to be able to create and track
Future-Proofing
Expect Rapid Growth - Recall ways in which the mobile application and device market will expand
- Recall areas in which user expectations will increase
Build for Change - Summarize the considerations for building a flexible testing framework
- Analyze a given mobile testing project and determine the appropriate activities to reduce maintenance costs while enabling wide product adoption
Plan for the Future - Explain how lifecycle models are likely to change and how this will affect testing
Anticipating the Future - Recall the ways in which testers will need to adapt

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Wednesday, August 3, 2022

In a July 28, 2022 e-mail communication, OFCCP emphasized the need for federal government contractors to certify their compliance with the affirmative action plan (AAP) requirements of Executive Order 11246 through OFCCP’s Contractor Portal. Although the June 30, 2022 deadline for AAP certification has passed – and OFCCP’s e-mail makes clear the deadline was not extended – contractors who have not yet certified compliance should do so immediately to avoid additional consequences.

OFCCP’s e-mail asserts that federal contractors and subcontractors who do not certify compliance with the applicable AAP requirements will “be more likely to appear on OFCCP’s scheduling list than those who have certified their compliance.” Reducing the likelihood of being audited by OFCCP provides a strong incentive for contractors to ensure they are compliant with any AAP requirements and to certify those requirements. OFCCP’s e-mail also clarifies that both contractors who fail to certify and those who state in their certification that they have not developed or maintained an AAP will face an increased risk of audit. Accordingly, businesses that work for or with the federal government – whether directly or indirectly – should immediately ascertain whether they are subject to AAP requirements, implement any required AAP and certify compliance.

Contractors who do not certify compliance by September 1, 2022 will face additional consequences. OFCCP’s e-mail states that the agency will send a list of non-certifying contractors to federal agency contracting officers for the purpose of those contracting officers assisting OFCCP in achieving compliance. Notably, penalties under OFCCP’s regulations for failure to maintain an AAP include withholding of progress payments due under a federal contract, cancelation or termination of contracts and debarment from federal contracting. Even if a contractor avoids these drastic penalties, it may be faced with the requirement to enter a conciliation agreement with OFCCP that imposes burdensome recordkeeping and reporting obligations.

The certification requirement applies to all federal supply and service contractors and subcontractors who are required to implement an AAP - i.e., those with 50 or more employees and contracts of $50,000 or greater in value. OFCCP has not yet imposed a certification requirement on construction contractors.

Although the June 30, 2022 deadline for contractors to certify AAP compliance via the Contractor Portal has passed, federal contractors and subcontractors still have time and incentive to belatedly comply with the certification requirement. However, that time is running short with the September 1, 2022 deadline fast approaching, and contractors will need to act expediently to identify and comply with their AAP obligations.

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Killexams : Akanda to Contest Unauthorized Liquidation of its Lesotho-Based Subsidiary, Bophelo Bio Science & Wellness (Pty) Ltd.

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Akanda Corp. (“Akanda” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: AKAN), an international medical cannabis platform company, today announced that the High Court of Lesotho (the “Lesotho Court”) has placed in liquidation the Company’s indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary, Bophelo Bio Science & Wellness (Pty) Ltd. (“Bophelo”). The action to place Bophelo in liquidation was taken by the Lesotho Court pursuant to an unauthorized application and request (the “Liquidation Application”) that was filed by Louisa Mojela, the former Executive Chairman of Akanda, who was recently terminated as Executive Chairman of Akanda, and the Mophuti Matsoso Development Trust (“MMD Trust”), which the Company believes was established by Ms. Mojela.

Tej Virk, the Chief Executive Officer of Akanda, stated, “The application that was filed by Ms. Mojela to place Bophelo, our wholly-owned subsidiary, in liquidation was taken without Akanda’s prior authorization, knowledge or consent. We therefore have reason to believe that Ms. Mojela’s actions reflect her efforts to retaliate against the Company in response to her dismissal and removal from the Board of Directors of Akanda on June 23, 2022, on the basis of a lack of focus on profitability under her leadership. It is appalling that Ms. Mojela would take the extraordinary and significant action of seeking to cause Bophelo to be declared insolvent without consulting with, or obtaining the consent of, the Board of Directors or the senior management team of Akanda, which is the beneficial owner of 100% of Bophelo’s equity interests, or even of the full Board of Directors of Bophelo itself.”

Akanda intends to convene a special committee to investigate Ms. Mojela’s actions and conduct, including actions and conduct taken by her prior to her filing of the Liquidation Application, and will pursue all of its available legal rights and remedies against Ms. Mojela and the MMD Trust for taking this unauthorized action. The Company also intends to contest and seek to reverse the determination by the Lesotho Court to place Bophelo in liquidation. In addition, Akanda will seek to recover significant loans that it has made to Bophelo to fund the execution of Bophelo’s business plan, including payment of rents and staffing costs, in the event that the Lesotho Court does not reverse its determination to place Bophelo in liquidation. Finally, Ms. Mojela has been summarily terminated as Chairman of Bophelo for Cause, as a “bad leaver”, as a result of her improper and unauthorized action to seek to place Bophelo in liquidation.

In an action taken without the Company’s knowledge, the Lesotho Court has ordered an insolvent liquidation of Bophelo, and has appointed Mr. Chavonnes Cooper of Cape Town, South Africa, as liquidator of Bophelo for purposes of maintaining the value of the assets owned or managed by Bophelo. The order was signed by the Honorable Mr. Justice Mokhesi on July 15, 2022.

Located near T’sakholo in the Mafeteng District of the Kingdom of Lesotho, Bophelo is one of the largest licensed landholders engaging in cannabis cultivation in the country. It leases the premises on which it operates from the MMD Trust, pursuant to a long-term agreement.

Bophelo’s operations consist primarily of a Good Agricultural and Collection Practices (GACP) qualified hoop house and shade cloth outdoor grow site, which completed its first harvest in May 2022. It is generating attributed run-rate operating losses of approximately $2 million annually and was previously budgeted to receive nearly $2.5 million of capital investment in 2022 to construct a 2.5-acre Cravo green house for the 2023 growing season.

Mr. Virk further stated, “Akanda believes that in this situation, Ms. Mojela, our former Executive Chairman, failed to consider or act in the best interests of either Akanda or our shareholders. We intend to reclaim what rightfully belongs to Akanda shareholders, which includes the Akanda Bokamoso Empowerment Trust, which was established to support our hard working and loyal staff at the Bophelo campus in Lesotho. While doing so, we remain committed to our mission of helping people lead better lives through improved access to high quality medical cannabis products.”

Continued Mr. Virk, “Having a presence in Africa was always about building for the long-term and making a social impact on our communities. In May 2022, Akanda acquired Portugal-based Holigen, an EU GMP certified medical cannabis producer, which has the means to potentially contribute profits to Akanda over the next six to nine months. With Holigen, Akanda believes it has more than sufficient capacity to produce premium quality indoor, outdoor and greenhouse medical cannabis within the European Union as the market matures. Additionally, with shifting market dynamics, we have found higher demand from German and UK customers for product produced in Portugal than Lesotho due to evolving EU regulations. In the event we are unable to reverse the determination of the Lesotho Court, Akanda may actually experience considerable savings and greater profitability as a result of reduced expenditures and the elimination of losses associated with Bophelo’s operations.”

Concluding, Mr. Virk stated, “Financially, the reality is that, an Akanda, without Bophelo, is on an accelerated path to profitability and positive free cash flow. As a team, we are focused on our core markets in the UK and Europe, and are already executing on a number of commercial sales agreements, all of which will leverage our Portuguese operations. Despite these realities, Akanda remains committed to Bophelo, its employees and the longer-term ramp-up of cannabis markets in Africa.”

About Akanda Corp.

Akanda (NASDAQ: AKAN) is an international medical cannabis and wellness platform company seeking to help people lead better lives through improved access to high quality and affordable products. Akanda’s portfolio includes Bophelo Bioscience & Wellness, a GACP qualified cultivation campus in the Kingdom of Lesotho in Southern Africa; Holigen, a Portugal-based cultivator, manufacturer and distributor with a prized EU GMP certified indoor grow facility; and CanMart, a UK-based fully licensed pharmaceutical importer and distributor which supplies pharmacies and clinics within the UK. The company’s seed-to-patient supply chain also includes partnerships with Cellen Life Sciences’ Leva Clinic, one of the first fully digital pain clinics in the UK, and Cantourage, which operates a platform for bringing medical cannabis to Europe.

Connect with Akanda: Email | Website | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Information and Statements

This press release contains certain “forward-looking information” within the meaning of applicable securities legislation in Canada and the United States and may also contain statements that may constitute “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the safe harbor provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking information and forward-looking statements are not representative of historical facts or information or current condition, but instead represent only Akanda’s beliefs regarding future events, plans or objectives, many of which, by their nature, are inherently uncertain and outside of Akanda’s control. Generally, such forward-looking information or forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as “plans”, “expects” or “does not expect”, “is expected”, “budget”, “scheduled”, “estimates”, “forecasts”, “intends”, “anticipates” or “does not anticipate”, or “believes”, or variations of such words and phrases or may contain statements that certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “would”, “might” or “will be taken”, “will continue”, “will occur” or “will be achieved.” Forward-looking information may relate to anticipated events or results including, but not limited to business strategy, product development, market changes and sales and growth plans. The forward-looking information and forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as of the date of this press release, and Akanda does not undertake to update any forward-looking information and/or forward-looking statements that are contained or referenced herein, except in accordance with applicable securities laws.

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