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About this product
- Author(s)Bob Van De Burgt,Dennis Janssen,Erik Van Veenendaal,Iris Pinkster
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
- Date of Publication30/11/2010
- GenreComputing: Professional & Programming
- Place of PublicationBerlin
- Country of PublicationGermany
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
- Content Note14 black & white illustrations, 44 black & white tables, biography
- Weight599 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
- Edition Statement1st ed. Softcover of orig. ed. 2004
- Table Of Contents1 Testing and Test Management.- 2 Risk & Requirement Based Testing.- 3 The Quick Scan.- 4 The Test Management File.- 5 Risk Analysis and Test Strategy.- 6 Estimation.- 7 Planning.- 8 The Test Organisation.- 9 The Dynamics of Testing.- 10 Progress Management.- 11 Issue Management.- 12 Reporting and Advice.- 13 Evaluation and Transfer.- A PRINCE2 and Test Management.- A.1 Similarities Between PRINCE2 and Test Management.- A.2 Position of a Test Project Within a PRINCE2 Project.- A.3 More PRINCE2.- B Checklist of Product Risks.- B.1 Checklist of Product Risks - End Users.- B.2 Checklist of Product Risks - Marketing.- B.3 Checklist of Product Risks - Support Department.- B.4 Checklist of Product Risks - IT Department.- B.5 Checklist of Product Risks - Internal Security.- C Template for Risk- & Requirement-Based Testing.- D Quality Attributes According to ISO9126.- E Template for Test Plan.- E.1 Management Summary.- E.2 Introduction.- E.2.1 Documentation Used.- E.2.2 Standards and Procedures.- E.3 The Test Assignment.- E.3.1 Client.- E.3.2 Supplier.- E.3.3 Goal of the Assignment.- E.3.4 Scope.- E.3.5 Suspension Criteria and Resumption Requirements.- E.3.6 Test Project Deliverables.- E.3.7 Discharging the Test.- E.3.8 Starting Points and Preconditions.- E.3.9 Risks and Risk Countermeasures.- E.4 Test Approach.- E.4.1 Test Strategy.- E.4.2 Preparation.- E.4.3 Analysis.- E.4.4 Test Automation.- E.4.5 Execution and Transfer.- E.5 Planning and Budget.- E.6 Test Organisation.- E.6.1 Stakeholders.- E.6.2 Tasks, Authorities and Responsibilities.- E.6.3 Meetings.- E.6.4 Communication.- E.7 Description of the Test Environment.- E.8 Transfer of Testware to the Organisation.- E.9 Appendices.- F The Goal-Question-Metric (GQM) Method applied to testing.- G Checklist of Project Risks.- G.1 Organisation.- G.2 Test Project.- G.3 Test Team.- G.4 The Selected Test Method.- G.5 The Information System.- G.6 Test Environment(s).- G.7 Automated Testing.- H Template for Test Strategy.- H.1 Management Summary.- H.2 Introduction.- H.2.1 Seven Steps.- H.2.2 Documentation Used.- H.3 Stakeholders and Organisational Structure.- H.3.1 Stakeholders of the System.- H.3.2 Organisational structure.- H.4 Link product risks and quality attributes.- H.4.1 Product risk analysis.- H.4.2 Link product risks and quality attributes.- H.5 Test levels and acceptance criteria.- H.5.1 Test levels.- H.5.2 Acceptance criteria.- H.6 Cluster matrix.- H.7 Cluster cards.- I Testing Roles.- J Template for Progress Report.- K Template for Phase Report.- K.1 Management Summary.- K.2 Test Assignment Test Level.- K.3 Quality of the Information System.- K.3.1 Product Risks and Requirements.- K.3.2 Brief Overview of Issues.- K.3.3 Entry and Exit Criteria.- K.4 Planned Versus Realised.- K.4.1 Time.- K.4.2 Money.- K.4.3 Deliverables.- K.5 Recommendations.- L Template for Final Report.- L.1 Management summary.- L.2 Test assignment.- L.3 Quality of the information system.- L.3.1 Product risks and requirements.- L.3.2 Overview of issues.- L.3.3 Acceptance criteria.- L.4 Costs and benefits of the test project.- L.4.1 Costs in time.- L.4.2 Costs in money.- L.4.3 Benefits of the test project.- L.5 Recommendations.
- Author BiographyIris Pinkster is test manager at LogicaCMG. She has several years experience in testing and test management in different sectors. She has assisted in the development of the Test management approach as written in this book. She also assisted in the development of TestFrame(t), LogicaCMG's method for structured testing. She is co-author of the TestFrame book, together with Hans Buwalda and Dennis Janssen. Furthermore, she has written a chapter in the Dorothy Graham's book about test automation. Iris is a trainer of the TestFrame analyse course. She often speaks at (inter) national congresses. Recently she published the book Succesvol testmanagement: een integrale aanpak describing LogicaCMG's Risk & Requirement Based Testing Approach in Dutch. Bob van de Burgt is test manager at LogicaCMG. He has more than eight years experience in information technology with organizations in the financial sector, trade and industry and public sector. He has cooperated in the development of TestFrame(t) test method and the Test management approach of LogicaCMG. Bob also provides test management training and often speaks at (inter) national congresses. Recently he published the book Succesvol testmanagement: een integrale aanpak describing LogicaCMG's Risk & Requirement Based Testing Approach in Dutch. Dennis Janssen has been working in testing for more than 12 years. During this period he has worked as test consultant helping organizations improving their testprocesses and as a test- and quality manager in many different kinds of projects and companies. Since january 2000, he is manager of the Test Competence Centre (TRC), which is responsible for product development concerning testing within LogicaCMG. Dennis is co-author of the book Integrated Test Design and Automation, using the TestFrame method and has several other publications to his name.
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