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One of the aspects of software development that has grown in importance is the need for quality testing of new products as part of the overall process. James Whittaker, co-author of How Google Tests Software, discusses how his former company built a successful model based on the vital testing of its new services. He reviews how testing has grown as part of development and the different testing roles that Google used. His points clearly show how developers need to consider the importance of testing as a role for the developer.
Episode 65 - Testing Strategies for a Toaster In this episode of Coding QA, Mark and Jim embrace your poll feedback (focus on testing tools and techniques) and take a look at the "Test Techniques" defined in James Bach’s Heuristic Test Strategy Model. They walk through the categories of Function, Domain, Stress, Flow and Scenario testing and apply them to a typical household toaster. At the same time, they relate their thought processes and test scenarios back to real world software testing.
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