EuroSTAR Software Testing eBook Library
Browse our latest eBooks authored by some of the most prominent
names in Software
Testing. Our aim is to deliver EuroSTAR Software Testing eBooks
to our community as informative resources, providing you with
insightful and practical advice, and assisting your role as a test
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This eBook contains the Three Pillars Introduction chapter and Three Pillars Applied chapter from the soon to be published 'The Three Pillars of Agile Quality & Testing' book.
The Three Pillars
This eBook contains an extract from the book: 'Testing in Scrum - A Guide for Software Quality Assurance in the Agile World' by Tilo Linz. By reading this eBook you will Learn about Integration Testing and Continuous Integration as well as System Testing and Testing Nonstop
Agile, ebook, 2014, eurostar, Tilo Linz, SCRUM
This eBook includes lessons learned for guiding any level software testers and it consists of practical information about how to handle fundamental software testing issues.
, ebook, Baris Sarialioglu
This eBook on model-based testing is taken almost exclusively from chapter 17 of 'Software Testing - A Craftsman's Approach, fourth edition' by Paul Jorgensen
Karen N. Johnson's chapter from Beautiful Testing published by O'Reilly in 2008 describes how her professional experience intersected with her personal life while testing medical software.
This eBook comprises of three parts. Initially there is a brief list of ten top tips on tester motivation, which summarize the major conclusions of the two detailed white papers that follow.
Rob Lambert describes how he fundamentally changed his approach to testing in order to move from 8 month to weekly releases.
, ebook, Rob Lambert, Product Releases
This paper describes a number of modelling techniques and methods that Torbjörn Ryber has found very useful when working with analysis of customer needs, requirements, solutions and testing these.
A Forrester Consulting Thought Leadership Paper Commissioned By HP (EuroSTAR 2013 Platinum Sponsor).
EuroSTAR 2013 Best Paper winner Zeger van Hese explains how to benefit from distraction, how to find flow and focus when needed, and - lastly - how to make the most of our testing in these connected times.
Zeger van Hese,
This sponsor eBook by Testuff Ltd discusses software testing tools and their benefits to the client.
, Gil Bloom
This eBook provides an introduction to testing cloud services and gives an impression on the general strategy for coping with the introduction of cloud services from risk and test perspective.
, ebook, cloud, Martin Pol, Jeroen Mengerink, Kees Blokland
No matter what performance test tool you use, the basics are the same. We describe how to define if the test focuses on the ability to handle the expected load, finding out when it breaks or how it behaves over a longer period of time. Then how to script the test, setup monitoring.
, Albert Witteveen
This eBook for the EuroSTAR Community by Scott Tilley, Tauhida Parveen and Eric Bower discusses 'Performance Analysis of a Distributed Execution Environment for JUnit Test Cases on a Small Cluster'.
, cloud, cloud testing
This eBook for the EuroSTAR Community by John Watkins discusses Agile Meetings & Communications Practices
This eBook for the EuroSTAR Community by Leo van der Aalst & Rik Marselis discusses how you can effectively test in Agile projects.
, Rik Marselis, Leo van der Aalst
This eBook is an excerpt from Rex Black's book, Advanced Software Testing: Volume 2. It consists of the section concerning risk-based testing and how risk-based testing responds to risks including identifying those risks, executing a risk analysis, mitigating risks, monitoring the impact of a risk-based test strategy and analysing and reporting on test results.
Risk Based Testing, , Rex Black
This EuroSTAR Software Testing Community eBook is an excerpt from James Whittaker's book - How Google Tests Software - download it for FREE now!
, James Whittaker
This eBook produced for the EuroSTAR Software Testing Community contains a collection of test automation anecdotes taken from Dorothy Graham & Mark Fewster's book entitled: 'Experiences of Test Automation.'
Dorothy Graham, , Test Automation
Take a look back at 2012 with our EuroSTAR Community & Conference: Year in Review eBook. Access ebooks and recorded webinars from some of the top professionals, photos, videos and much more...
, EuroSTAR Conference, 2012
TMMi is a non-commercial, organization-independent test maturity model. Erik van Veenendaal and Jan Jaap Cannegieter, also co-authors for the “The Little TMMi”, have analyzed the results of almost fifty (50) TMMi assessments. The results provide an indication of testing maturity today.
Erik van Veenendaal, , TMMi, Jan-Jaap Cannegieter
We automate specifications to get fast feedback, but our primary goal should be to create executable specifications that are easily accessible and human readable, not just to automate a validation process.
, Gojko Adzic
Do you often hear complaints about testing taking too long and costing too much? We investigated and found that the testing itself was not the problem.
Rik Marselis, Ewald Roodenrijs
This eBook tells the story of an 'action/reaction' situation Erik Boelen's test team encountered in a non-iterative environment, being 'forced' to work in small cycles.
Test Teams, Erik Boelen
Many factors serve to complicate software delivery, but competition lies at the heart of this complexity.
In this paper the benefits and challenges of early lifecycle testing for a cluster of technical test types are examined, commonly known as performance testing.
, Paul Herzlich
This EuroSTAR eBook is a collection of the top ten blog posts that featured on the EuroSTAR Blog in 2011. These posts are the ones that were viewed and commented most on by the software testing community. The topics are varied and you may spot some familiar faces, as well as some newcomers.
Blog, Software Testing
Thousands or even millions of people engage with your company every day. These interactions often involve no human contact. In fact, the primary relationship many people have with your organization is through your applications. So, it is imperative that these systems perform as expected and are accessible when needed.
David Vandervoort imparts his personal view on Web Application Testing and the approach followed by the company he works for. He states that this approach is not set in stone as there is always room for improvement.
, Web Application Testing, David Vandervoort
Performance testing is a neglected cousin of functional & regression testing, which are well understood in most businesses & where the maturity level is high in many organizations. Curiously, executives lack an appreciation of the importance of performance testing.
Application Performance Testing, Ian Molyneaux
In this eBook, Geoff Thompson and previous EuroSTAR Programme Chairs including Bob van de Burgt, Dorothy Graham, Jens Pas and Stuart Reid have each contributed an article in relation to this year's conference theme, 'In Pursuit of Quality.'
Geoff Thompson, Bob van de Burgt, Dorothy Graham, Jens Pas, Stuart Reid, In Pursuit of Quality, Programme chairs
We were amazed and thrilled to read the fascinating account of what EuroSTAR meant to so many different people. So much so, we thought we'd share them in an eBook.
2010 Diaries, Diaries
This paper describes life as a tester in a team of agile rookies: the context - a major healthcare IT company - and what agile did and didn't do for us
Agile, Zeger van Hese, Zeger van Hese, Agile