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Keeping Software Soft

Why should we keep software soft? Because software should be easy to change. This is how this book from Jason Roberts starts. In the first page, he writes ” If you want to make developing software a

Common System and Software Testing Pitfalls

In the preface of “Common System and Software Testing Pitfalls”, Donald G. Firesmith writes “You can think of this book as a catalog and repository of testing antipatterns: the pitfalls to avoid, how to mitigate their negative

Executable Specifications with Scrum

Executable Specifications with Scrum starts with a strong statement: “This book aims to solve the recurring challenge encountered by many software development teams: They do not build the right software.” This is an ambitious goal, especially when

Experiences of Test Automation

“Tools and machines are great, but in the end, it is the people who matter. Putting together an effective automated test team requires lots of planning and skills.” This might the emblematic quote of this book about