Nimesh Bhatt has over 9 years of experience in the testing industry. Within these 9 years of overwhelming time, He got the right set of circumstances to work on Web, Mobile and Desktop applications.
Got an opportunity to work on different domains, started with banking then moved into retail, later got an opportunity to work with travelling applications. Currently, working with a client having all
health domain applications.

Started as an ordinary software tester and then migrated he and his thoughts to Quality analyst in a year. Worked as tutor too where he was educating the aspiring college students about testing tactics and terminology. Took almost 2 years to start automation after joining his first venture. However, after that never looked back and is currently holding the position of Automation Lead.

He utterly believe in one of the best quotes by Benjamin Franklin, that is,”Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn”.
He is always on his toes to learn new things, be it absolutely new which he have not experienced or things which help me to smooth his existing work. As IT’s sky has no limit, I too have understood that learning will be one of my loyal and faithful companions throughout his life span.

Device Farm – A platform which cultivates Mobile Devices

Every mobile automation engineer's desire is to have range of devices with different OS versions. So that they can try their automation scripts on them to make sure their work is satisfying the globalization concept. But, in reality we can understand that having such range of devices would ask ample costing from the organization, Isn’t it?

So, what's the alternative of not getting denial from the organization of your device's requests? One of the best solutions to this problem statement is AWS's Device Farm service. Often raised query in one’s mind could be, Would AWS's Device Farm provide the real devices? Would it allow to test Native and Hybrid Android and iOS applications? 

In a nutshell, if you’re too dealing with same stumbling block and want to get rid of it then let’s all join this session to check the fascinating service by Device Farm.