Software Testing (Mercury Learning)
Monday, 21 May 2018

This overview of software testing provides key concepts, case studies, and numerous techniques to ensure software is reliable and secure. Using a self-teaching format, author Rajiv Chopra covers important topics such as black, white, and gray box testing, video game testing, test point analysis, automation, and levels of testing and provides end-of-chapter multiple-choice questions and  answers to help ensure you've mastered the topics.

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Author: Rajiv Chopra
Publisher: Mercury Learning & Information
Date: Feb 2018
Pages: 640
ISBN: 978-1683921660
Print: 1683921666
Audience: developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Theory & Techniques 

 

softtest

  • Includes case studies, case tools, and software lab experiments
  • Covers important topics such as black, white, and gray box testing, test management, automation, levels of testing.
  • Covers video game testing
  • Self-teaching method includes numerous exercises, projects, and case studies

 

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