Lessons Learned in Software Testing has ratings and 33 reviews. Vuk said: Cem Kaner, James Bach, and Bret Pettichord know this all too well. Between. Lessons Learned in Software Testing: A Context-Driven Approach . CEM KANER, JD, PhD, is a professor of computer sciences at. Software testing is a critical stage in software development used to ensure that a program meets required specifications, and does not contain errors in.
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Lessons Learned in Software Testing: A Context-Driven Approach by Cem Kaner
The Role of the Tester. The review must be at least 50 characters long. To ask other readers questions about Lessons Learned in Software Testingplease sign up. Written in easy to digest, short lessons, this book kxner be required reading for anyone who has to deal with software testing on any level. By better understanding testing, and testers, you increase your ability to collaborate, seeing the testing organization as a partner, not an adversary.
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Anyone, at any stage of their QA career, indeed anyone that works with testers, should find something usable within this book. Must read for all software testers.
Each lesson is an assertion related tosoftware testing, followed by an explanation or example that showsyou the how, when, and why softwade the testing lesson. Such a great professional textbook though, they’ve done such a good job at making it punchy, honest, witty and inspiring.
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Afrequent speaker and writer, he is lwarned the founder of the AustinWorkshop on Test Automation. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Jul 26, Lyle rated it it was ok. Product management for example. This is a good book for developers who want to learn about how good testing is done.
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Added to Your Shopping Cart. The main value I did find was in affirming something I had hypothesized – that testing has its foundation in science, and that a good understanding of epistemology and experimental ldssons can hugely strengthen the effectiveness of your testing. You focus on failure so your clients can focus on success lesson 9 You will not find all the bugs. Books by Cem Kaner. Jul 07, Abdurrachman M. Mar 30, Ravi added it. A short review at my blog: Nov 16, Leandro Melendez rated it it was amazing Shelves: One of the most important wisdom from this is that the authors jn that there is no suc Do you ever read a book that softwsre by a wise and very experienced software testers?
He is perhaps best known outside academia as an advocate of software usability and software testing. No trivia or quizzes yet. Feb 26, Damian rated it it was amazing.
Your test results and bug reports provide information that facilitates the assurance ledsons quality on the project, but that assurance results from the effort of the entire team. Mar 11, Ian rated it really liked it. You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site.
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Nov 15, Mutturaj rated it kanwr was amazing Shelves: Tesging you won’t learn testing from this bookok you could if you read all the supporting referenced books, your current practice should improve as a result of it. Lists with This Book. Sep 04, Jahanzab rated it it was amazing. Some really good tips, but I’m not entirely sure I buy some of there testing techniques. This book has made a lot of sense with the testing I do for work and given me a lot to think about while testing.
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User Review – Flag as inappropriate This is a fabulous book that approaches testing and everything it entails in a realistic framework. This is a fabulous book that approaches testing lrarned everything it entails in a realistic framework. My approach to testing is based on the context driven style of Kaner and James Bach. Your Career in Software Testing.
As the title suggests, it’s more festing a collection of short essays and tips on the discipline of software testing, but doesn’t focus so much on a particular methodology or set of tools.