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Software Engineering Resources
Software Testing StrategiesDesigning effective test cases (see Software Testing Techniques) is important, but so is the strategy you use to execute them. Should you develop a formal plan for your tests? Should you test the entire program as a whole or run tests only on a small part of it? Should you rerun tests you've already conducted as you add new components to a large system? When should you involve the customer? These and many other questions are answered when you develop a software testing strategy. The following topic categories are presented here:
Software Testing Fundamentals Four Chapters of a book to be published by Wiley that address fundamental methods, fundamental metrics and test estimation and sizing.
Managing the Testing Process "Treating testing as a black box at the end of the project schedule invites failure. Testing and test preparation need to be open, managed, and manageable processes that everyone on the project team can understand and work with."
In-process metrics for software testing This paper describes several in-process metrics whose usefulness has been proven with ample implementation experiences at the IBM Rochester AS/400(r) software development laboratory.