Software Testing Books Authored by LogiGear Staff
Testing Computer Software, 2nd Edition
by Cem Kaner, Jack Falk, and Hung Q. Nguyen
Software testing is a race against time: testers must make sure that highly complicated programs will work reliably for the consumer, often with insufficient resources and on unrealistic schedules. Testers will appreciate the author's advice on effective bug analyzing, reporting, and tracking; black box testing; printer compatibility tests; and software product liability.
Testing Applications on the Web, 2nd Edition
by Hung Q. Nguyen, Bob Johnson, Michael Hackett,and Robert Johnson
With Internet applications spreading like wildfire, the field of software testing is increasingly challenged by the brave new networked world of e-business. Software engineers have developed sophisticated test methodologies over the years that just don't do the job for Web-based software. Distributed applications have different performance goals from desktop applications, and require networking know-how of the tester.
Integrated Test Design and Automation
by Hans Buwalda, Dennis Janssen, Iris Pinkster, and Paul Watters
Zero-defect software is the holy grail of all development projects, and sophisticated techniques have emerged for automating 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.
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