Software Quality Assurance (Mercury)
Thursday, 07 June 2018

This overview of software quality assurance testing in a self-teaching format looks at software quality, its basic concepts, applications, and practical case studies. Author Rajiv Chopra includes end-of-chapter questions with answers to test your knowledge and reinforce your grasp of the concepts being presented. The book also includes material on the video-game testing process, a game-testing plan template, and game testing effectiveness.

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Author: Rajiv Chopra
Publisher: Mercury
Date: Apr 2018
Pages: 660
ISBN: 978-1683921684
Print: 1683921682
Kindle: B07BWLD2DK
Audience: general developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Methodology

 

  • Black, white, and gray box testing
  • Test management
  • Automation
  • Levels of testing
  • Quality models
  • System and acceptance testing

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