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Alan Page is Director of Test Excellence where he oversees technical training and provides consulting for Microsoft testers. He's one of Microsoft's first Test Architects and has worked on various versions of Windows and Windows CE.
Ken Johnstonis Group Manager for the Microsoft Office Internet Platform and Operations team. He is a former Test Lead, Test Manager, and Director of Test Excellence.
Bj Rollison is a Test Architect on the Engineering Excellence team. Rollison worked on numerous product releases and later became Director of Test. He’s also a trade-journal writer and conference speaker, and teaches testing at the university level.
Even though the book was a little dated, I was able to get a lot of good information out of it for my team. We are now using Microsoft's approach to model based testing.Published 21 months ago by Cal Shopper
This book is one of the best books i've ever read. it has lot of good information, not only related to Microsoft way of testing, but also general concepts and guidelines.Published on May 2, 2010 by Amro Altahlawi
This book was good but it obviously focuses on technologies that are specific to Microsoft. In my case I thought it was a great book since most of the things I work on are... Read morePublished on March 16, 2010 by Oscar Azmitia
I would recommend this book not only for testers, but anyone involved somehow on development process. Read morePublished on September 28, 2009 by Rogerio P. Santos
In "How We Test Software at Microsoft", Alan Page, Ken Johnston, and Bj Rollison provide a terrific mix of insight into Microsoft, along with in-depth explanations of practical... Read morePublished on July 24, 2009 by Joseph S. Strazzere