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Professional Tester Archive
Issue 40 (v2.0)


Issue 40 themed Testing & robotic automation is available for download.

Issue 40 (March 2017)

Names that break computers
In an exclusive extract from his new book, Gojko Adzic uses some real life cases to alert testers to pitfalls around something as simple as name length.

The role of static analysis
Bill Graham argues that applied correctly and early in the SDLC, static analysis will have a significant impact on code quality, security, and safety.

The age of automation
Based on recent PAC survey, Nick Mayes provides insight into an unprecedented period of change taking place in the way that enterprises test their software applications.

New Model Testing: A new process and tool part 2
In the second and concluding part of Paul Gerrard's feature, the author shares his experiences to date of a partial, prototype 'pair tester' bot.

The parts roles play in test automation success
Using three practical cases, Jan Jaap Cannegieter and Ruud van Berkum highlight which skill sets are indispensable when test automation is employed.

Then and Now
Dorothy Graham and Gregory Solovey look at some of the significant changes testing has undergone over the last thirty years.

Testing talk
In this issue's Testing Talk, Nathalie van Delft discusses the often-overlooked discipline of security testing within the SDLC with Anthea Whelan.

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