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- Editor: Rocky Nook; Edición: 1 (7 de abril de 2014)
- Colección: Rocky Nook Computing
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1937538397
- ISBN-13: 978-1937538392
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Testing in Scrum: A Guide for Software Quality Assurance in the Agile World (Rocky Nook Computing) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 7 abr 2014
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These days, more and more software development projects are being carried out using agile methods like Scrum. Agile software development promises higher software quality, a shorter time to market, and improved focus on customer needs.
However, the transition to working within an agile methodology is not easy. Familiar processes and procedures change drastically. Software testing and software quality assurance have a crucial role in ensuring that a software development team, department, or company successfully implements long-term agile development methods and benefits from this framework.
This book discusses agile methodology from the perspective of software testing and software quality assurance management. Software development managers, project managers, and quality assurance managers will obtain tips and tricks on how to organize testing and assure quality so that agile projects maintain their impact. Professional certified testers and software quality assurance experts will learn how to work successfully within agile software teams and how best to integrate their expertise.
- Agile methodology and classic process models
- How to plan an agile project
- Unit tests and test first approach
- Integration testing and continuous integration
- System testing and test nonstop
- Quality management and quality assurance
Also included are five case studies from the manufacturing, online-trade, and software industry as well as test exercises for self-assessment.
This book covers the new ISTQB Syllabus for Agile Software Testing and is a relevant resource for all students and trainees worldwide who plan to undertake this ISTQB certification.
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Tilo Linz is CEO of imbus AG, a leading service company for software testing in Germany. He is president of the German Testing Board and served as president of the ISTQB from 2002-2005. His work emphasis is on consulting and coaching projects on software quality management, optimizing software development, and testing processes.
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This book does a good job of sharing more of his knowledge on the topic. I particularly like the use of a running case study, the eHome project, to illustrate concepts. The thorough coverage of unit and integration testing is excellent, particularly the detailed discussion of integration testing, a test level which is often under-utilized. Concise but complete code samples with ample explanation make these concepts very clear, unlike the enigmatic and free-floating code samples found in some books.
This book would be a good complement to Cripsin and Gregory's book on agile testing. It fills a lot of the gaps that exist in that book in terms of technical and managerial details.
My only quibble about this book--and this is why I gave it a 4 not a 5--is that the rear cover contains a claim that it is a prep book for the Agile Foundation Extension exam. I did read it as part of preparing for that exam. (Yes, even us authors of the syllabus have to take the ISTQB exams.) It covers a lot of topics that aren't in the syllabus and thus aren't on that exam, which is fine: more information is always good. However, it doesn't adequately cover some topics that are on the syllabus and thus the exam, such as the testing pyramid, the testing quadrants, and Acceptance Test Driven Development. This book would be a useful complement to a two-day training course as part of preparing for the exam and learning the important topics of agile testing, but as a stand-alone resource for exam preparation it isn't enough.
Beyond that nit, a good book. If you don't care about the ISTQB Agile Foundation Extension exam, or if you plan to prepare for the exam using other resources, this is certainly worth reading.