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How We Test Software at Microsoft Paperback – December 10, 2008
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About the Author
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.
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From the introduction:
"This book is for anyone who is interested in the role of test at Microsoft or for those who want to know more about how Microsoft approaches testing. This book isn't a replacement for any of the numerous other great texts on software testing. Instead, it describes how Microsoft applies a number of testing techniques and methods of evaluation to improve our software."
I would also add that this book is for anyone who wants to learn some extremely useful, real-world approaches to both typical and complex testing situations.
This is a very good book - one I highly recommend to all current and would-be testers.