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Professional Tester Archive - Issue 17

The following articles from Issues 17 of Professional Tester magazine are available for download.


Issue 17 (January 2004)

Skillware - a buyer's guide (105kB)
Bogdan Bereza-Jarociński has a healthily cynical view of testing training

Getting our own house in order (109kB)
Daryl Elfield says testing needs to look at itself before complaining too loudly

Automatic for the people (124kB)
Erik van Veenendaal explains the results of the latest survey on testing tools

Help yourself (131kB)
Alan Richardson's self-education regime

Sound structure cuts XPosure (452kB)
Karen Espley describes a recent major migration project

The testing product and its infrastructure (71kB)
Felix Redmill on the real reason things go wrong: built-in risks

Bug hunting is not a career (76kB)
The way forward for testers according to QBIT's philosophy

The enemy within (275kB)
Sarah Saltzman on the dangers of dormant code and how to find it

Examining testing (105kB)
Victoria Reinthal tells us about the past, present and future of ISEB and its testing qualifications

International relations (235kB)
The internationalization of testing certification as seen by Tilo Linz, Pete Bingham and Andy Redwood

The bottom line (126kB)
Nick Blamey's tips on making the case for automated web testing and measuring its ROI

The next generation (206kB)
Professor Mike Holcombe describes how testing is taught at university

ENTIRE JANUARY 2004 ISSUE (2MB)
All the articles above plus news, features and readers' letters


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