Software Testing: Principles and Practice

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Pearson Education India, 2006 - Computer software - 486 pages
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"Software Testing: Principles and Practices is a comprehensive treatise on software testing. It provides a pragmatic view of testing, addressing emerging areas like extreme testing and ad hoc testing"--Resource description page.
 

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Software Testing - Principles and Practices

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Pros: A book with good examples and simple Language Practical aspects Covers a great deal of topics Cons: Doesn't talk much about QTP, LoadRunner I would like to suggest this book to all beginners ... Read full review

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Contents

Principles of Testing
1
Integration Testing
22
Software Development Life Cycle Models
25
1
32
Part II
45
1
74
5
101
2
108
J Ad hoc Testing
228
Select Topics m Specialized
251
Usability and Accessibility Testing
274
People and Organizational Issues in Testing
297
Organization Structures for Testing Teams
320
74
360
Software Test Automation
387
Test Metrics and Measurements
421

3
117
System and Acceptance Testing
129
Performance Testing
169
Regression Testing
194
Internationalization I18n Testing
211
75
438
Illustrations
457
76
481
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