Reviews - What do customers think about Software Testing: Principles and Practices?
Good, but watch out for the binding... Mar 1, 2008
As a student, I purchased this book for a testing class and the instructor found several great concepts from the book that were very useful. There is in-depth information about black and white box testing, along with several other types of testing (system, automation, regression, etc.) The only problem I found (thus the negativity in the rating was that the book binding is very poor. After just a couple weeks, all the students in my class (as well as the instructor) complained about pages falling out. As of now (two months into the class), the first 50 pages are completely out and the only reason there are not more is because we skipped some chapters. If you read the book from front to back, unless they change the binding, be prepared for pages to fall out.
A complete book with implementable concepts explained Oct 1, 2007
This is a great book on software testing explaining software testing based on the experiences of the authors. It is a complete book.