This eBook contains an extract from ‘FiftyQuick Ideas To Improve Your Tests‘ by Gojko Adzic, David Evans & Tom Roden.
The book is part of the series of ‘50 Quick Ideas‘ publications which will help you test your software better, easier and faster. It’s a collection of ideas the authors have used with various clients in many different contexts, from small web start-ups to the world’s largest banks, to help team members collaborate better on defining and executing tests.
This eBook will focus on seven of the fifty ideas outlined in the book.
You will learn tips on:
- Generating test ideas which are particularly useful for exploratory testing activities.
- Defining good checks that can be easily automated.
- Improving the reliability of testing systems to make test automation code easier to manage.
- Decoupling coverage from purpose for more focused and faster automation.
by Gojko Adzic
Gojko Adzic is a strategic software delivery consultant who works with ambitious teams to improve the quality of their software products and processes. Gojko won the 2012 Jolt Award for the best book, was voted by peers as the most influential agile testing professional in 2011, and his blog won the UK Agile Award for the best online publication in 2010. To get in touch, write to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit gojko.net
David Evans is a consultant, coach and trainer specialising in the field of Agile Quality. David helps organisations with strategic process improvement and coaches teams on effective agile practice. He is regularly in demand as a conference speaker and has had several articles published in international journals. Contact David at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter @DavidEvans66
Tom Roden is a delivery coach, consultant and quality enthusiast, helping teams and people make the improvements needed to thrive and adapt to the ever changing demands of their environment. Tom specialises in agile coaching, testing and transformation. Contact Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter @tommroden