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This pragmatic guide provides a testing framework for software professionals looking to improve product quality and to reduce timescales, effort, and cost. It covers all aspects of testing for software developed or modified in-house, modified or extended legacy systems, and software developed by a third party. The reader can customize the framework to match the particular testing requirements of any particular organization. Packed with a series of real-world case studies, the book also provides a comprehensive set of standard testing document templates, proformas, and checklists for the reader to use in projects.
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This pragmatic guide provides a customizable framework that can be used by all members of staff involved in software development and testing. This book covers all aspects of testing, as well as software developed or modified in-house, the modification or extension of existing legacy software systems, as well as software developed by a third party. Real-world case studies are provided to illustrate the processes. The book also provides a comprehensive set of standard testing document templates, proformas, and checklists in electronic form, which allow the reader to customise them.About the Author:
John Watkins has more than thirty years of experience in the field of software development, with some twenty-five years in the field of software testing. During his career, Watkins has been involved at all levels and phases of testing and has provided high-level test process consultancy, training, and mentoring to numerous blue chip companies. He is both a Chartered IT Professional and a Fellow of the British Computer Society, where he is an active member of the Specialist Group in Software Testing (SIGiST), previously serving on committees of the Intellect Testing Group (representing the UK technology industry) and the SmallTalk User Group. He is author of Agile Testing: How to Succeed in an Extreme Testing Environment and currently works for IBM's software group.
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