Software Testing: An ISTQB-ISEB Foundation Guide

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BCS, The Chartered Institute, 2010 - Computers - 224 pages
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This practical guide provides insight into software testing, explaining the basic steps of the process and how to perform effective tests. It provides an overview of different techniques, both dynamic and static. The book is ideal for those with a little experience of software testing who wish to cement their knowledge with industry-recognised techniques and theory. It supports the revised ISTQB - ISEB Foundation Certificate in Software Testing providing self-assessment exercises, guidance notes on the syllabus topics with worked examples and sample examination questions. This revised 2nd edition covers the 2010 update to the exam syllabus. "Succinctly and clearly written with no non-sense. An unreserved 5 for value for money" IT Training Magazine (referring to 1st edition)
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
1 The fundamentals of testing
7
2 Life cycles
34
3 Static testing
57
4 Test design techniques
74
5 Test management
129
6 Tool support for testing
167
7 The examination
215
Index
221
Back Cover
225
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The authors are all experienced ISEB examination setters and markers and know the ISTQB syllabus in depth. The editor, Brian Hambling, has experienced software development from a developer's, project manager's and quality manager's perspective in a career spanning over 30 years.

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