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New edition of one of the most influential books on managingsoftware and hardware testing In this new edition of his top-selling book, Rex Black walks youthrough the steps necessary to manage rigorous testing programs ofhardware and software. The preeminent expert in his field, Mr.Black draws upon years of experience as president of both theInternational and American Softwa New edition of one of the most influential books on managingsoftware and hardware testing In this new edition of his top-selling book, Rex Black walks youthrough the steps necessary to manage rigorous testing programs ofhardware and software. The preeminent expert in his field, Mr.Black draws upon years of experience as president of both theInternational and American Software Testing Qualifications boardsto offer this extensive resource of all the standards, methods, andtools you'll need. The book covers core testing concepts and thoroughly examinesthe best test management practices and tools of leading hardwareand software vendors. Step-by-step guidelines and real-worldscenarios help you follow all necessary processes and avoidmistakes. Producing high-quality computer hardware and software requirescareful, professional testing; Managing the Testing Process, Third Edition explains how to achieve that by following adisciplined set of carefully managed and monitored practices andprocesses The book covers all standards, methods, and tools you need forprojects large and small Presents the business case for testing products and reviews theauthor's latest test assessments Topics include agile testing methods, risk-based testing, IEEEstandards, ISTQB certification, distributed and outsourced testing, and more Over 100 pages of new material and case studies have been addedto this new edition If you're responsible for managing testing in the real world, Managing the Testing Process, Third Edition is the valuablereference and guide you need.


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New edition of one of the most influential books on managingsoftware and hardware testing In this new edition of his top-selling book, Rex Black walks youthrough the steps necessary to manage rigorous testing programs ofhardware and software. The preeminent expert in his field, Mr.Black draws upon years of experience as president of both theInternational and American Softwa New edition of one of the most influential books on managingsoftware and hardware testing In this new edition of his top-selling book, Rex Black walks youthrough the steps necessary to manage rigorous testing programs ofhardware and software. The preeminent expert in his field, Mr.Black draws upon years of experience as president of both theInternational and American Software Testing Qualifications boardsto offer this extensive resource of all the standards, methods, andtools you'll need. The book covers core testing concepts and thoroughly examinesthe best test management practices and tools of leading hardwareand software vendors. Step-by-step guidelines and real-worldscenarios help you follow all necessary processes and avoidmistakes. Producing high-quality computer hardware and software requirescareful, professional testing; Managing the Testing Process, Third Edition explains how to achieve that by following adisciplined set of carefully managed and monitored practices andprocesses The book covers all standards, methods, and tools you need forprojects large and small Presents the business case for testing products and reviews theauthor's latest test assessments Topics include agile testing methods, risk-based testing, IEEEstandards, ISTQB certification, distributed and outsourced testing, and more Over 100 pages of new material and case studies have been addedto this new edition If you're responsible for managing testing in the real world, Managing the Testing Process, Third Edition is the valuablereference and guide you need.

57 review for Managing the Testing Process: Practical Tools and Techniques for Managing Hardware and Software Testing

  1. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Disclaimer: I have not finished reading the whole book, and have only read the most relevant chapters here and there. However, this is an excellent book from what I've read thus far. Rex Black provides a breakdown and practical techniques on how to navigate the end-to-end testing process, including on outsourcing and how much to test. (Since it's not feasible to test everything.) The book is also well-structured. Thankful for this high quality book, which was immensely useful even for someone not t Disclaimer: I have not finished reading the whole book, and have only read the most relevant chapters here and there. However, this is an excellent book from what I've read thus far. Rex Black provides a breakdown and practical techniques on how to navigate the end-to-end testing process, including on outsourcing and how much to test. (Since it's not feasible to test everything.) The book is also well-structured. Thankful for this high quality book, which was immensely useful even for someone not trained in software engineering like I am.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shenrx48

    Good advice, but takes the perspective of the value of an independent test team that supports waterfall practices. Discusses Agile practices, but not a focus.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Keith

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have only read the introduction to the 1999 edition, so I don't think it would be fair to apply a star rating on that basis; however, that was enough for me to know and to note here that this original edition of the book is no longer practically useful as anything more than a historical marker of testing practices at the end of the 20th century. Try a newer edition, of which there appear to be several, if you're interested in the topic on a modern footing. I have only read the introduction to the 1999 edition, so I don't think it would be fair to apply a star rating on that basis; however, that was enough for me to know and to note here that this original edition of the book is no longer practically useful as anything more than a historical marker of testing practices at the end of the 20th century. Try a newer edition, of which there appear to be several, if you're interested in the topic on a modern footing.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    This is a good book for software developers, testers and managers to gain a better understanding of how the testing process should be managed. This book comes out in straight forward way describing what is to be done and who is to do it and how.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Melinda

    I'm sure this would be more useful for someone with a little more experience that I have... Plus, I don't have time for QA anymore. :( I'm sure this would be more useful for someone with a little more experience that I have... Plus, I don't have time for QA anymore. :(

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