Software Test Automation: Effective Use of Test Execution Tools

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Addison-Wesley, 1999 - Computers - 574 pages

This book describes how to build and implement an automated testing regime for software development. It presents a detailed account of the principles of automated testing, practical techniques for designing a good automated testing regime, and advice on choosing and applying off-the-shelf testing tools to specific needs. This sound and practical introduction to automated testing comes from two authors well known for their seminars, consultancy and training in the field.

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About the author (1999)

Dorothy Graham and Mark Fewster are the principal consultant partners of Grove Consultants which provides consultancy and training in software testing, test automation, and Inspection. Mark Fewster developed the test automation design techniques which are the primary subject of this book. He has been refining and applying his ideas through consultancy with a wide variety of clients since 1991. Dorothy Graham is the originator and co-author of the CAST Report (Computer Aided Software Testing tools) published by Cambridge Market Intelligence, and the co-author of Software Inspection published by Addison-Wesley in 1993. Both authors are popular and sought-after speakers at international conferences and workshops on software testing.

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