Testing Computer Software, Paperback
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This book will teach you how to test computer software under real-world conditions.

The authors have all been test managers and software development managers at well-known Silicon Valley software companies.

Successful consumer software companies have learned how to produce high-quality products under tight time and budget constraints.

The book explains the testing side of that success. Who this book is for: Testers and Test Managers Project Managers-Understand the timeline, depth of investigation, and quality of communication to hold testers accountable for. Programmers-Gain insight into the sources of errors in your code, understand what tests your work will have to pass, and why testers do the things they do. Students-Train for an entry-level position in software development. What you will learn: How to find important bugs quickly How to describe software errors clearly How to create a testing plan with a minimum of paperwork How to design and use a bug-tracking system Where testing fits in the product development process How to test products that will be translated into other languages How to test for compatibility with devices, such as printers What laws apply to software quality


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 496 pages, Illustrations
  • Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Software Engineering
  • ISBN: 9780471358466



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This is a good book, but it's quite dull and dry. I am not aware of any more exciting treatment of the subject, however, and you can still make any piece of "beta" software, even one with a bevy of unit tests, beg for mercy with the testing strategies. The documentation techniques descibed here have been moved to the web, but remain essentially unchanged.