Automated Testing Handbook

Authors: Linda G. Hayes
Publisher: Software Testing Inst
Keywords: handbook, testing, automated
Pages: 182
Published: 2004-03-01
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0970746504     ISBN-13: 9780970746504
Binding: Paperback (2nd)
List Price: 29.95 USD
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How to Automate Software Testing

Why isn't automated testing a reality? In an age of rapid development in increasingly complex environments, automation is the only real hope for achieving any acceptable level of test coverage. Yet, even with all of the tools and technology available, the overwhelming amount of testing is still done manually.

The good news is when it does succeed, software test automation reaps huge rewards. But it's like anything--if you've never done it before, you must learn through trial and error. The problem is you don't have time to make mistakes. The stakes are too high, and you can't afford technology that won't save you time and money. Instead, get the benefit of the experiences of hundreds of companies who have implemented automated testing-- what worked, what didn't and why.

Who Will Benefit From This Handbook

Managers of software development and QA

Software testers

Software developers

Software quality consultants

Anyone using or considering test automation

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