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Provides a general overview of the field
January 27, 2010
This book offers a decent introduction into the field of software testing. Despite it's limited size the book covers a wide range of topics. These include a description of the software development process, the responsibilities of a tester and several kinds of testing. The latter include functional, security, usability and localization testing. Each kind of testing is illustrated by example which can be especially useful for the aspiring tester. However no subject is elaborated to the point where it can serve as a practical guide to a novice tester.