THE ART OF SOFTWARE TESTING, 2ND ED

Author: Glenford J. Myers

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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Page: 256

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Special Features: · A LANDMARK BOOK THAT HAS ENDURED FOR 25 YEARS: With little effort on the author's part, The Art of Software Testing has continued to sell since 1978; the total sales hover just under 60,000 copies at a current price point of $140.00. Since 1988 (the earliest year that sales data is available), this book has sold 7,910 copies in special sales, and it has found its way into the college and international markets, selling 2,099 and 5,075 (through our subsidiaries) respectively· A PROLIFIC REVISION AUTHOR BEHIND A 300,000-COPY BEST-SELLER: Corey Sandler is a well-known computer title author whose book Fix Your Own PC has sold over 300,000 copies in six editions. He has held top editorial roles at a number of leading computer magazines, including Digital News, PC World and PCjr· ORIGINAL AUTHOR IS WELL-KNOWN IN THE COMPUTER WORLD: Glen Myers has a great name in the field of computing, and he is well-known for his past roles at IBM, RadiSys Corporation (which he founded and steered as CEO), and his current position as Director of Spectrum Signals· A CLASSIC PROFESSIONAL GUIDE: The Art of Software Testing is a classic guide that has won wide praise for its straightforward approach to this topic About The Book: The Art of Software Testing, Second Edition provides a practical discussion of the purpose and nature of software testing. It elucidate the latest methodologies for the design of effective test cases, and provide accessible information on psychological and economic principles, managerial aspects of testing, test tools, high-order testing, code inspections, and debugging.
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Software Testing

Author: R. Chopra

Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 500

View: 518

This overview of software testing provides key concepts, case studies, and numerous techniques to ensure software is reliable and secure. Using a self-teaching format, the book covers important topics such as black, white, and gray box testing, video game testing, test point analysis, automation, and levels of testing. Includes end-of-chapter multiple-choice questions / answers to increase mastering of the topics. Features: • Includes case studies, case tools, and software lab experiments • Covers important topics such as black, white, and gray box testing, test management, automation, levels of testing, • Covers video game testing • Self-teaching method includes numerous exercises, projects, and case studies
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Software Testing

Author: Ron Patton

Publisher: Sams Publishing

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Category: Computers

Page: 389

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Software Testing, Second Edition provides practical insight into the world of software testing and quality assurance. Learn how to find problems in any computer program, how to plan an effective test approach and how to tell when software is ready for release. Updated from the previous edition in 2000 to include a chapter that specifically deals with testing software for security bugs, the processes and techniques used throughout the book are timeless. This book is an excellent investment if you want to better understand what your Software Test team does or you want to write better software.
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The Complete Guide to Software Testing

Author: William C. Hetzel

Publisher: QED Information Sciences

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Category: Computers

Page: 280

View: 249

Ed Yourdan called it "a bible for project managers". You'll gain a new perspective on software testing as a life cycle activity, not merely as something that happens at the end of coding. An invaluable aid for the development of testing standards and the evaluation of testing effectiveness.
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Software Testing Techniques

Author: Boris Beizer

Publisher: Dreamtech Press

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Category: Computer software

Page: 550

View: 121

Software Testing Techniques, 2nd Edition is the first book-length work that explicitly addresses the idea that design for testability is as important as testing itself not just by saying that testability is a desirable goal, but by showing the reader how it to do it. Every chapter has testability guidelines that illustrate how the technique discussed in the chapter can be used to make software more easily tested and therefore more reliable and maintainable. Application of all techniques to unit, integration, maintenance, and system testing are discussed throughout this book.As a self-study text, as a classroom text, as a working reference, it is a book that no programmer, independent software tester, software engineer, testing theorist, system designer, or software project manager can be without.
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Foundations of Software Testing

Author: Dorothy Graham

Publisher: Cengage Learning EMEA

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Category: Computers

Page: 258

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Your One-Stop Guide To Passing The ISTQB Foundation Level ExamFoundations of Software Testing: Updated edition for ISTQB Certification is your essential guide to software testing and the ISTQB Foundation qualification. Whether you are a students or tester of ISTQB, this book is an essential purchase if you want to benefit from the knowledge and experience of those involved in the writing of the ISTQB Syllabus.This book adopts a practical and hands-on approach, covering the fundamental principles that every system and software tester should know. Each of the six sections of the syllabus is covered by backgroound tests, revision help and sample exam questions. The also contains a glossary, sample full-length examination and information on test certification. The authors are seasoned test-professionals and developers of the ISTQB syllabus itself, so syllabus coverage is thorough and in-depth. This book is designed to help you pass the ISTQB exam and qualify at Foundation Level, and is enhanced with many useful learning aids.ABOUT ISTQBISTQB is a multi-national body overseeing the development of international qualifications in software testing. In a world of employment mobility and multi-national organizations, having an internationally recognized qualification ensures that there is a common understanding, internationally, of software testing issues.
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Software Testing Foundations

Author: Andreas Spillner

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Category: Computers

Page: 272

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Within the last 18 months more than 40,000 people worldwide have taken the International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB) Foundations Level exam, 10,000 alone in the last 4 months. So, where can all these people go to learn what they need to know in order to pass the exam? Now they can go to Software Testing Foundations 2nd Edition, from Rocky Nook's new Computing division. Professional testing of software has become an increasingly important task requiring a profound knowledge of testing techniques. The ISTQB has developed a universally accepted, international, qualification scheme aimed at software and system testing professionals, and has created the syllabi and tests for the "Certified Tester". With authors who are among the founders of the ISTQB, this improved, updated, newly edited 2nd Edition covers the "Foundations Level" (i.e., entry level), and teaches the most important methods of software testing. It is designed for self-study and provides the necessary knowledge to pass the Certified Tester - Foundations Level exam as defined by the ISTQB. It also covers more recent topics, such as test-first approach and risk-based testing.