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Methods & Tools - Summer 2003

XP Testing Without XP: Taking Advantage of Agile Testing Practices

Modeling the Real World for Load Testing Web Sites

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Lisa Crispin Testing Extreme Programming
This practical tutorial for software builders demonstrates how testing is central to the extreme programming (XP) approach and explains what testing should be done and when and how it should be performed. It overviews the XP methodology, defines the roles of XP team members, shows how to write effective tests before coding begins, and sheds light on refactoring and how it relates to testing. A "road hazard survival kit" offers advice on challenges in testability, project tune-ups, large projects, and extreme testing without extreme programming
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Steven Splaine The Web Testing Handbook
The Web Testing Handbook is the definitive resource for testing Web sites and Internet-based applications. Many developers and testers are making the transition from traditional Client/Server, PC, and/or Mainframe systems to testing rapidly changing Web sites and applications.
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Steven Splaine Testing Web Security: Assessing the Security of Web Sites and Applications
Protect your company’s Web site from hack attacks with this guide to proven security-testing techniques. It’s only a matter of time before an unscrupulous would-be intruder decides to attack your organization’s Web site. If they’re successful, you could lose confidential customer information, intellectual property, or e-commerce revenue. The book offers a straightforward, easy-to-follow approach to security testing that can be used to check your Web site’s vulnerabilities. Through examples and dozens of testing checklists, you’ll learn how to develop and document a test plan to test the security of a Web site and conduct a risk analysis to help determine which tests should be given the highest priority.
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