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Testing is not a phase. Software developers should not simply throw
software over the wall to test engineers when the developers have
finished coding. A coordinated program of peer reviews and testing
not only supplements a good software development process, it
supports it. A good testing life cycle begins during the
requirements elucidation phase of software development, and
concludes when the product is ready to install or ship following a
successful system test. Nevertheless, there is no one true way to
test software; the best one can hope for is to possess a formal
testing process that fits the needs of the testers as well as those
of the organization and its customers. A formal test plan is more
than an early step in the software testing process--it's a vital
part of your software development life cycle. This book presents a
series of tasks to help you develop a formal testing process model,
as well as the inputs and outputs associated with each task. These
tasks include: review of program plans development of the formal
test plan creation of test documentation (test design, test cases,
test software, and test procedures) acquisition of automated
testing tools test execution updating the test documentation
tailoring the model for projects of all sizes Whether you are an
experienced test engineer looking for ways to improve your testing
process, a new test engineer hoping to learn how to perform a good
testing process, a newly assigned test manager or team leader who
needs to learn more about testing, or a process improvement leader,
this book will help you maximize your effectiveness.
Addison Wesley Professional
|Country of origin:
Rodger D. Drabick
||Electronic book text - Windows
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