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Mastering Software Quality Assurance (11 Edition)by Murali Chemuturi
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Chemuturi, a software development consultant and expert on quality assurance and testing in both the manufacturing and software industries, presents this overview of best practices for the software QA industry. Beginning with simply defining quality as it relates to software development, the work progresses through the concepts, tools and processes that the author believes should be rigorously applied to all levels of the software industry. Topics discussed include organizational cultures that foster quality, verification and validation techniques, reliability and disasters and an assessment of current certification paradigms and the need for a new standard. Though not explicitly a textbook this work would be appropriate and useful for undergraduate computer science students. Each chapter contains a clear chapter overview and many sample forms and checklists are provided. The volume includes twelve appendices that provide resources for specific areas of software testing such as databases, graphical user interfaces and stress testing and access to additional online information is provided. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
This comprehensive reference on software development quality assurance addresses the quality of specifications, design, construction and conformance of quality, and includes valuable tools, techniques and best practices. It explores a process driven approach to quality and provides the guidance needed for implementing a process quality model in your organization.
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