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eBook Info: An Agile Journey Towards Requirement Storytelling
eBook Description: This is the story of how we increased our quality of delivery when we stopped asking our customer for requirements they could not give us and instead started telling their story. This book also explains how our Quality journey ended up affecting our competence, our quality of delivery, our methods and our tools, which gave us a business advantage.
eBook Info: Best Paper 2018, James Christie, Facing The Dragons; Dealing with Complex and Unknowable Systems
eBook Description: Experts working with complex safety critical systems use dragons as a metaphor to represent the dangerous unknown. These systems are complex and dynamic; no-one can understand or specify these systems completely. This poses intractable problems, and the response of the safety critical community has important lessons for testers who will increasingly have to work with complex systems
eBook Info: The Selenium Guidebook, Dave Haeffner (Applitools)
eBook Description: Write tests that you and your team can trust with The Selenium Guidebook. This eBook by Dave Haeffner will help teach you the necessary pieces to use Selenium successfully for your circumstances.
eBook Info: How To Keep Your Test Automation Suite Fit, Bas Dijkstra
eBook Description: There are many ways in which test automation can get sluggish and bloated, leading to costs for maintaining and running them that far outweigh their benefits. By asking yourself the right questions, though, you can fix and even prevent a lot of this automation bloat and enjoy test automation the way it’s meant to be: fit for purpose.
eBook Info: The Watercourse Framework for Producing Software Systems, Anne Mette Hass
eBook Description: Numerous software development models have been created over the years, describing activities for each participating role independently of activities for other roles. This eBook introduces you to the Watercourse framework, that describes how different roles support each other through a project. It may be applied to everything from agile development to a classic ‘one phase at the time’ method.
eBook Description: Complement Selenium with useful additions that fit seamlessly into the rich and well-crafted API that Selenium offers.
eBook Info: TMMi in the Agile Era, Drs, Erik van Veenendaal
eBook Description: This e-book introduces the reader to the TMMi model for test process Improvement. It provides a short overview of the TMMi, it’s background and structure. Subsequently it is discussed how TMMi can be applied in an Agile context. Benefits that have been achieved with TMMi are presented. It concludes with a TMMi summary both from an expert and end-user point-of-view.
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