"An essential book for any developer involved with software testing. Extremely practical." -- Virginia Aldrich, Senior Software Engineer, Express Imaging
About the Author
is a member of Intel's chipset software validation team where he helped develop and introduce CBTM. Jon created the first delta report generator, which established CBTM as a cornerstone of Intel's driver validation efforts. As part of Intel's chipset team, Jon implemented VHDL coverage practices and helped write a key feature specification for Intel's next generation graphics chipset. Prior to Intel, Jon worked for Unisys Corporation where he wrote Java applications enabling legacy hardware for the Internet. Jon holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering from Pennsylvania State University.
Ray Arell manages the Validation Architecture department within Intel's Desktop Platforms Group. Ray has over 18 years of development, validation, and management experience, and has been with Intel for 10 years. During this time, he has worked on a variety of teams focused on CPU, chipsets, and graphics system-level testing including the i386, i486, and Pentium® processors, and supporting chipsets. Rays programming projects have included a variety of test applications, including the concept and development of key validation capabilities like the Visual Test Creator graphics tool.