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Elfriede Dustin Automated Software Testing: Introduction, Management, and Performance
First and foremost, Automated Software Testing presents a methodology for test managers called Automated Testing Lifecycle Management (ATLM). This soup-to-nuts tour of testing takes you from initial planning, budgeting, and staffing to building a test plan and choosing test tools to executing tests and even improving your testing process the next time around. Though somewhat thickly written--with plenty of software engineering terminology--this book can also be useful to more practically minded readers because of its many sample test documents. (Besides numerous lists and charts outlining the steps in the ATLM process, the book presents a sample test plan, budget estimates, and staffing guides.)
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Elfriede Dustin Effective Software Testing: 50 Specific Ways to Improve Your Testing
Exploring 50 important best practices, pitfalls, and solutions, this guide for quality assurance professionals and test managers will help professionals avoid costly mistakes and implement a testing program. Special emphasis is placed on the integration of testing into all phases of the software development cycle, from requirements definition to design and final coding. The 50 lessons focus on key aspects such as test planning, documentation, unit testing, and nonfunctional testing. Dustin is an expert in software engineering and testing who has written other books on software testing
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Elfriede Dustin Quality Web Systems: Performance, Security, and Usability
This book provides a framework for ensuring that key Web system success criteria are addressed during the development of a Web system. Detailed technical guidance is provided for all criteria, along with testing strategies that allow for verification of a quality implementation. Success factors covered include ease-of-use, compatibility with browsers, security, and system performance scalability. A case study is used throughout the book to illustrate practical applications of strategies and techniques. Dustin, who is a quality assurance and testing manager at a software company, writes for Web developers and software test professionals
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Douglas K. Barry Web Services and Service-Oriented Architectures: The Savvy Manager's Guide
Web services are leading to the use of more packaged software either as an internal service or an external service available over the Internet. These services, which will be connected together to create the information technology systems of the future, will require less custom software in our organizations and more creativity in the connections between the services.
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Douglas K. Barry The Object Data Standard: ODMG 3.0
Object-oriented databases should get a big boost with the emergence of the new Object Data Management Group (ODMG) 3 standard. Written by its inventors, The Object Data Standard: ODMG 3.0 provides an up-to-the-minute reference on this important new way of working with databases through objects. Any C++, Java, or Smalltalk programmer can benefit from this compact yet very useful reference work. With ODMG 3 you can program databases using your favorite object-oriented programming language, and objects can be saved to an underlying database transparently.
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Douglas K. Barry The Object Database Handbook : How to Select, Implement, and Use Object-Oriented Databases
This book puts you on the path to selecting the right object-oriented database product for your specific computing tasks and shows how to implement these solutions so that they work the first time. It give checklists that outline how to put together a selection team, describes the various types of object databases available, and tells exactly how they are used.
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