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Zero to OneThiel, PeterFinance, Startups
Helps the reader understand how truly transformative companies are created.
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Explore It! Reduce Risk and Increase Confidence with Exploratory Testing
Hendrickson, ElizabethTesting
Great test design book revolving around exploratory testing. Shows the reader how to use charters to structure testing around different test techniques
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The Selenium GuideBookHaeffner, DavidTesting
A great introduction to Selenium WebDriver and how to create a test suite from scratch.
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The Domain Testing WorkbookKaner, Cem, et. alTesting
A great overview and then detailed examples of the domain testing aka Boundary Analysis and Equivalence Class Partitioning
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Lessons Learned in Software TestingKaner, Bach, PettichordTesting150+ lessons in software testing. Great and still timely resource
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Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software
Petzold, Charles
Computer Science, Engineering
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Peering into the Whitebox: A Tester's Approach to Code Reviews
Page, AlanTesting, Development
Code reviews are really valueable for learning and occasionally catching software bugs. This is how a test team at Microsoft used code reviews.
2010
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Testing without a MapBolton, MichaelTestingUsing Exploratory testing instead of waiting for requirements2005
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Exhausting your Test OptionsHoffman, DouglasTesting
Example of exhaustively testing a very narrow problem. Impossibility of Complete Testing.
2003
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The Impossibility of Complete TestingKaner, CemTesting
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Managing the Proportion of Testers to Other Developers
Kaner, CemTesting, Test Management
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An Introduction to Scenario TestingKaner, CemTesting, Test Design
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What is a Good Test?Kaner, CemTesting, Test Design
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Taking a Tour Through Test CountryKelly, MichaelTesting
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Software Quality Characteristicsthetesteye.comTesting
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