BookReview: Art of Software Testing
by Glenford Myers, John Wiley & Sons, 1979
This small book is one of the classics on software testing. Myers covers boundary-values, equivalence classes, and how to test in general. The technical aspects of testing are still relevant. The process methodology is outdated.
Via Rob 2000
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