Introducing Software Testing

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Addison-Wesley, 2002 - Computers - 281 pages
This volume offers a step-by-step approach for getting started with practical software testing tasks. It is intended to serve developers with no experience in testing but who have been assigned the duty of testing the system. There are case studies based on the authors' experiences in industry.

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Contents

Test outlines
25
From test outline to test cases
59
Using tables and spreadsheets
73
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Louise Tamres is a US-based consultant with 16 years testing experience, including work for the US department of defence and General Motors. She holds the Certified Software Quality Engineer (CSQE) qualification, is on the committee for the International Conference on Testing Computer Software and has trained and mentored many fledgling testers.

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