At Mirego, QAs don’t just find bugs; they work to create the best products possible. They optimize processes, suggest product improvements, share thoughts on design/UX implementations, and much more. It’s not so much a job, as it is an overall mindset. My job description could be summarized by the following question: “What can I do to improve our products’ quality?” And, Mirego provides the perfect environment for QAs to come up with creative solutions that get me closer to my end goal. While some companies tally bugs to measure QA performance, Mirego focuses on finding the least bugs possible and obliterating any recurring ones. We adopt a preemptive approach by encouraging open communication and end-to-end collaboration between the Development teams and the Quality Assurance team.
I get asked this question again and again. Although it’s a seemingly simple question, the answer is far from straightforward. Deciding whether to go native or hybrid requires delving into more complex questions and analyzing each factor in depth. Let’s start at the very beginning and go through this critical process together.