Your customers want rock-solid, bug-free software that does exactly what they expect it to do. Yet they can't always articulate their ideas clearly enough for you to turn them into code. The Cucumber Book dives straight into the core of the problem: communication between people. Cucumber saves the day; it's a testing, communication, and requirements tool - all rolled into one.
Your One-Stop Guide To Passing The Foundation Level Exam Foundations of Software Testing: ISTQB Certification is your essential guide to software testingISTQB and the ISTQB Foundation qualification. 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.
Let’s face it.
The formal part of software testing is a bore and a necessary
evil at best.
At least that is what most people in software development
will tell you. Testers are on projects to point out mistakes.
Who wants to do that?
Well that is a perception, and this book isn’t going to change it.
What this book will do is skip the ceremony and present
testing concepts, tying them together in a sequential and
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This book is intended for software developers, testers, and managers who work with .NET
technology. This book assumes you have a basic familiarity with .NET programming but does
not make any particular assumptions about your skill level. The examples in this book have
been successfully used in seminars where the audience background has ranged from beginning
application programmers to advanced systems programmers. The content in this book
has also been used in teaching environments where it has proven highly effective as a platform
for students who are learning intermediate level .
Now in its third edition, Foundations of Software Testing: ISTQB Certification is the essential guide to software testing and to the ISTQB Foundation qualification. Completely updated to comprehensively reflect the most recent changes to the ISTQB Foundation Syllabus, the book adopts a practical, hands-on approach, covering the fundamental topics that every system and software tester should know. The authors are themselves developers of the ISTQB syllabus and are highly respected international authorities, teachers and authors within the field of software testing....
This bok is writen for those involved in—or who wish to become involved in—con
versations around software architecture, especially cloud architecture. The audience is
not limited to those with “architect” in their job title. The material should be relevant
to developers, CTOs, and CIOs; more technical testers, designers, analysts, product
managers, and others who wish to understand the basic concepts.
For learning beyond the material in this book, paths will diverge. Some readers will not
require information beyond what is provided in this book.
The team in Scrum is typically five to ten people, although teams as large as 15 and as small as
3 report benefits, and for a software project the team might include analysts, developers,
interface designers, and testers. The team builds the product, but they also provide input and
ideas to the Product Owner about how to make the product as good as it can be. While team
members can split their time between Scrum projects and other projects, it’s much more
productive to have team members fully dedicated. Team members can also change from one
Sprint to the next,...