Today at Software Testing Club – A community for software testers, Huib Schoots – TESTBASH Speaker posted:
“Every year the Dutch association for software testers TestNet organizes two one-day conferences. This year TestNet has chosen context-driven testing as the theme for their autumn event in October (call for papers is here). To help the Dutch testers community evolve to learn more and do more skilled testing wants to advocate some interesting books to the community.
Huib needs your help! Please fill in the form and Enter your Top 10 Books for Testers along with your Email and then Submit.
Huib will collect the submissions and create a top 25/50.
Deadline: May 10.
I am not an expert to list down top testing books but I recommend fellow testers to read the following books: As I scan my shelfari, where I save books which I would like to read or I have been reading. (So, I have submitted).
These Top 10 Books are not listed in order to Read.
- Software Testing Techniques : Boris Beizer
- Lessons Learned in Software Testing : Cem Kaner
- Software Testing Career Package - A Software Tester's Journey from Getting a Job to Becoming a Test Leader : Vijay Shinde
- Rapid Software Testing: James Bach and Michael Bolton
- BBST Course : Cem Kaner
- How to Break Software : James A. Whittaker
- The Art of Software Testing : Glenford J.Myers
- A Practitioner’s Guide to Software Test Design : Lee Copeland
- Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams : Lisa Crispin
- Software Test Automation – Effective Use of Test Execution Tools : Mark Fewster, Dorothy Graham
Till then "Research, Learn and Share".
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