Customer Review

November 16, 2005
Every time i see a "practical" book that contains a dozen pages about equivalence classes I want to scream. This book is no different. Don't know what black box testing is? Well, here you find it.

The authors explain how to report defects in Excel (is anybody out there still doing that?)! Nowadays one would certainly use Bugzilla, Jira or the like.

Test automation is always about tools (even if it is a self created framework) but this book is general.

Test scripts should follow standard programming practice (which is even explained!). Well, it is code, so that is no great surprise.

The one practical thing is the statement about where to start automation: "where it feels right". Yeah, thanks for that tipp.

Conclusion: Don't waste your time. You will probably be better of if you grab a book about JUnit testing, Fitnesse or the like.
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