From the Back Cover
- Techniques that improve software quality and reduce time to market
- Pragmatic approaches to plan and manage every facet of automated software testing
- Includes a complete sample automation project plan
Practical automated testing techniques that enhance software quality and reduce time to market!
Just Enough Test Automation is a practical, hands-on guide to software test automation from the perspective of test developers and users. Two leading software testing consultants offer real-world dos and don'ts for designing and implementing test automation infrastructurealong with pragmatic advice on what today's most popular approaches to automated testing can and can't accomplish. Coverage includes:
- Setting realistic expectations: knowing when and what to automate
- Planning for automated testing
- Implementing the Control Synchronized Data Driven Testing (CSDDT) Framework, a proven approach to simplify and accelerate testing
- Simplify maintenance of test scripts and promote reuse using structured test script writing.
- Automating unit testing, integration testing, and system/regression testing
- Managing the automated testing process for optimal efficiency
The book also includes a complete sample automation project plan, covering documentation, implementation, the automation environment, roles, responsibilities, and much more.
About the Author
DANIEL J. MOSLEY is founder and principal of Client-Server Software Testing Technologies and author of The Handbook of MIS Application Software Testing and Client-Server Software Testing on the Desktop and Web (Prentice Hall PTR). A Certified Software Test Engineer (CSTE), Mosley served as senior consultant and seminar leader for the Quality Assurance Institute and authored the TEST-RxTM Methodology.
BRUCE A. POSEY specializes in developing and implementing data-driven, framework-based test scripts utilizing SQA Suite/Rational Team Test. He has nearly 30 years' IT experience in diverse roles at MasterCard, Deutsche Financial Services, SBC, and other leading firms. He is owner and principal consultant of The Archer Group, which specializes in software testing and training.