A Tester's Guide to .NET Programming

Front Cover
Apress, Nov 21, 2006 - Computers - 606 pages

A Tester's Guide to .NET Programming focuses solely on applied programming techniques for testers. You will learn how to write simple automated tests, enabling you to test tools and utilities. You will also learn about the important concepts driving modern programming today, like multitier applications and object-oriented programming. More businesses are adopting .NET technologies, and this book will equip you to assess software robustness and performance.

Whether you’re an experienced programmer who's unfamiliar with testing concepts, or you’re an experienced tester versed in VB .NET and C#, the included real-world tips and example code will help you start your projects. Also included are review questions and hands-on exercises to help you retain knowledge. Additionally, the book features examples and quick language tutorials for both C# and VB .NET.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

VI
8
VIII
9
IX
10
X
11
XI
12
XII
13
XIII
14
XIV
15
CXXVIII
333
CXXIX
341
CXXX
342
CXXXI
344
CXXXIII
356
CXXXIV
358
CXXXVII
362
CXXXVIII
364

XV
16
XVI
17
XVII
18
XX
19
XXI
23
XXIII
30
XXIV
38
XXV
45
XXVI
46
XXVIII
47
XXIX
66
XXX
67
XXXI
80
XXXIII
92
XXXIV
94
XXXVII
95
XXXIX
98
XL
99
XLI
100
XLII
101
XLIII
104
XLIV
105
XLVI
106
XLVII
107
XLVIII
108
XLIX
111
L
116
LI
117
LII
118
LIII
119
LIV
120
LV
121
LVI
122
LVII
123
LVIII
124
LIX
129
LX
130
LXI
132
LXII
133
LXIII
136
LXIV
142
LXV
145
LXVI
146
LXVIII
147
LXX
149
LXXII
155
LXXIII
156
LXXIV
157
LXXV
159
LXXVI
161
LXXVII
163
LXXVIII
167
LXXIX
172
LXXX
175
LXXXI
178
LXXXII
180
LXXXIII
190
LXXXIV
192
LXXXVI
193
LXXXVIII
194
LXXXIX
200
XC
206
XCI
211
XCII
214
XCIII
219
XCIV
229
XCVI
236
XCVII
239
XCVIII
243
XCIX
257
C
259
CIV
260
CV
262
CVI
277
CVII
278
CVIII
280
CIX
281
CX
286
CXI
288
CXII
289
CXIII
291
CXIV
309
CXV
310
CXVI
312
CXVII
314
CXIX
315
CXXI
316
CXXII
321
CXXIII
324
CXXIV
326
CXXV
327
CXXVI
328
CXXVII
330
CXXXIX
368
CXL
370
CXLI
371
CXLII
373
CXLIII
377
CXLIV
382
CXLV
396
CXLVI
397
CXLVII
405
CXLVIII
408
CXLIX
413
CL
417
CLI
418
CLII
419
CLIII
420
CLIV
426
CLV
431
CLVI
432
CLVII
436
CLVIII
437
CLIX
445
CLX
446
CLXI
449
CLXIV
450
CLXV
451
CLXVI
456
CLXVII
466
CLXVIII
472
CLXIX
474
CLXX
475
CLXXI
476
CLXXII
481
CLXXIII
486
CLXXIV
488
CLXXVI
489
CLXXVII
490
CLXXIX
491
CLXXX
492
CLXXXII
493
CLXXXIII
494
CLXXXV
496
CLXXXVII
499
CLXXXVIII
500
CLXXXIX
501
CXC
503
CXCII
506
CXCIV
507
CXCV
508
CXCVI
510
CXCVII
512
CXCVIII
513
CXCIX
514
CC
515
CCI
517
CCII
519
CCIII
522
CCIV
534
CCV
535
CCVI
538
CCVIII
539
CCX
540
CCXI
541
CCXII
547
CCXIV
548
CCXV
549
CCXVI
550
CCXVIII
551
CCXIX
552
CCXX
553
CCXXI
554
CCXXII
555
CCXXIII
556
CCXXVI
557
CCXXIX
558
CCXXX
559
CCXXXII
560
CCXXXIV
562
CCXXXV
565
CCXXXVI
566
CCXXXVII
567
CCXXXVIII
568
CCXXXIX
569
CCXL
571
CCXLI
572
CCXLII
573
CCXLIV
574
CCXLV
575
CCXLVI
576
CCXLVIII
577
CCL
578
CCLII
579
CCLIII
580
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2006)

Mary Romero Sweeney has been developing, using, and testing software systems for over 20 years for companies including Boeing, and Software Test Labs. She authored Visual Basic for Testers and speaks frequently at major software testing conferences. Mary is a college professor and also performs independent consultation and training through her company, Sammamish Software. She has degrees in mathematics and computer science from Seattle University, is an MCP in SQL Server, and is on the board and faculty of the International Institute for Software Testing.

Bibliographic information