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by Michael Hackett

The World of Software Testing has changed dramatically in the last decade. Based on the 4-part series as featured in LogiGear Magazine, this book is a compilation of the various topics on Testing Essentials, Test Automation, Continuous Delivery, and staffing to help practitioners gain an in-depth understanding of what trends are currently shaping the industry, and can be used as a measurement for updating your current practice.
by Michael Hackett

The World of Software Testing has changed dramatically in the last decade. Based on the 4-part series as featured in LogiGear Magazine, this book is a compilation of the various topics on Testing Essentials, Test Automation, Continuous Delivery, and staffing to help practitioners gain an in-depth understand of what trends are currently shaping the industry, and can be used as a measurement for updating your current practice.
by Mark Fewster and Dorothy Graham

This book describes how to build and implement an automated testing regime for software development. etc.
by Hung Q. Nguyen, Michael Hackett and Brent K. Whitlock

This is the first book to offer software testing strategies and tactics for executives. Written by executives and endorsed by executives, it is also the first to offer a practical business case. etc.

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. etc.

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. etc.

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. etc.