Integrated Test Design and Automation: Using the Test Frame Method

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Zero-defect software is the holy grail of all development projects, and sophisticated techniques have now emerged to automate the testing process so that high-quality software can be delivered on time and on budget. This practical guide enables readers to understand and apply the TestFrame method -- an open method developed by the authors and their colleagues that is rapidly becoming a standard in the testing industry.

With the aid of this book, readers will learn how to: customize the TestFrame method for their organizationsdevelop reusable testing standardsmake optimum use of automated testing toolsreuse and maintain test products

IT managers will learn how to improve the control the test process and assess results, and expert testers will learn effective ways of automating test execution in a structured way.

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About the author (2002)

Hans Buwalda is the original architect behind the Action Words concept which now forms part of the TestFrame method.

Dennis Janssen is product manager at the TestFrame Research Centre and has worked as a test manager at several large financial institutions.

Iris Pinkster is a test coordinator who has introduced structured testing in a wide variety of industries, and is now responsible for the TestFrame Analysis courses at CMG in the Netherlands

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