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a software tester and James Whittaker is a rockstar Not only does he lay out a software tester and James Whittaker is a rockstar Not only does he lay out a methodology about how to test software he also manages to make it an ntertaining read If you do any kind of work with software I recommend it I think the book has interesting information Even today there aren t many books that are so detailed about finding bugs However today you can find cheat sheets and heuristics in abundance on the internet The book is outdated and there are many other books and articles on the internet I would recommend to read before this oneBook review *LIST THIS BOOK IS A BIT OLD BACK JAMES *This book is a bit old back James liked testing lol unlike on How Google tests Soft. A rigid plan it should be intelligence insight xperience and a nose
for where the bugs are hiding that guide where the bugs are hiding that guide Just for the CD *alone is a useful tool for desktop software testing I heart James Whitaker *is a useful tool for desktop software testing I heart James Whitaker presentations The content of the book was decent but mostly common sensethe appendix section was the most helpfulinteresting A rather old book by tech standards but full of practical testing advise still aplicable today The recap list of testing strategies at the nd of ach chapter is a good cheatsheet to keep aroundIt s a shame that is not available in digital format Approaches testing from a different set of fundamentals IT S NOT A RISK BASED s not a risk based in the user or business sense but it does deal well with code based risks Found some new insights Highly recommended I read this the first. How to Break Software Takes an applied approach to teaching how to test software for common bugs Instead of relying on. ,
Summary How to Break Software A Practical Guide to Testing WCD,
Ware But ven with some outdated references there s value on *the teachings and than anything on the mindset it leaves you teachings and than anything on the mindset it leaves you and than anything on the mindset it leaves you I feel like I wont look at an application the same after reading this and that s a great feeling indeed Essential reading for anyone in A or software testing James Whittaker outlines a model for strategic iterative testing that dispenses with throwing levers in the dark
in favor of measurable results I don t know yet If you ware perhaps testing a thick client application this bookfavor of measurable results I don t know yet If you ware perhaps testing a thick client application this book be okay This book is ancient and outdated at this point Maybe less than half of these attacks are pertinent any Please please find another testing book to ducate yourself wit. His book helps testers develop this insight The techniues presented here allow testers to go off script Full descriptio.