Home
Magazine
Contributing
Advertising
Editorial calendar
Subscriptions
Archive
News
Companies
Jobs
Events
About us
Contact

Follow us:







Professional Tester Archive - Issue 16

The following articles from Issues 16 of Professional Tester magazine are available for download.


Issue 16 (October 2003)

Can we ever finish the paperwork? (88kB)
Brian Hambling challenges the role of software documentation standards and asks whether they are really needed

Testing needs to get into the real world (268kB)
Paul Down says goals-based testing eliminates cost and time burdens common to traditional performance testing methodologies

21st century schizoid plans (224kB)
Gordon Alexander believes resistance to documentation and procedural standards is rooted in lack of sufficient training, resources and time to implement them properly

Nature or nurture? (76kB)
Vizuri's lifestyle quiz reveals why you are a tester

Dutch encouragement (76kB)
Erik van Veenendaal, Rogier Ammerlaan, Rob Hendriks, Vivian van Gansewinkel, Ron Swinkels and Mark van der Zwan discuss their practical experiences of using testing standards

Test planning to derive confidence (64kB)
Felix Redmill believes that test effectiveness and test efficiency should be sought separately

Dig the SPACEDIRT (288kB)
Peter Morgan on IEEE 829: arguably still the most used testing standard

Best practices: what testers need to know (92kB)
Sources of useful, established methodologies and advice are not limited to standards organisations. Dr Adam Kolawa of Parasoft introduces some you might not have seen

The case for a central support group (148kB)
The takeover of NatWest by the Royal Bank of Scotland led to perhaps the biggest and best-known testing project of the decade so far. Alan Bowers explains how the process was run smoothly and completed early

ENTIRE OCTOBER 2003 ISSUE (1.3MB)
All the articles above plus news, features and conference previews


Back to Professional Tester Archive.


Copyright 2004-2017
Professional Tester Inc.
All rights reserved.
Legal Information.