Advanced Software Testing, Vol. 2, 2nd Edition – Study guide for ISTQB Advanced Test Manager – #bookreview

Advanced Software Testing, Volume 2, 2nd Edition Guide to the ISTQB Advanced Certification as an Advanced Test Manager Rex Black (Rocky Nook – paperback)   Software testing is a complex and constantly evolving field. And having some well-recognized certifications is a good way to help encourage  your continued employability as a software tester and manager … Continue reading Advanced Software Testing, Vol. 2, 2nd Edition – Study guide for ISTQB Advanced Test Manager – #bookreview

Software Testing Foundations, 4th Edition – Updated study guide for Certified Tester Exam – #bookreview

Software Testing Foundations, 4th Edition A Study Guide for the Certified Tester Exam Andreas Spillner, Tilo Linz, Hans Schaefer (Rocky Nook – paperback, Kindle   Worldwide, more than 300,000 software testers now have certifications recognized by the International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB). “The ISTQB Certified Tester qualification scheme has three steps,” the authors note. “The … Continue reading Software Testing Foundations, 4th Edition – Updated study guide for Certified Tester Exam – #bookreview

Improving the Test Process – A Study Guide for ISTQB Expert Level Module – #software #bookreview

Improving the Test Process Implementing Improvement and Change — A Study Guide for the ISTQB Expert Level Module Graham Bath and Erik van Veenendaal (Rocky Nook – paperback, Kindle) If you are a software tester seeking an important new credential to help boost your career, definitely check out this book. Improving the Test Process can help … Continue reading Improving the Test Process – A Study Guide for ISTQB Expert Level Module – #software #bookreview

Making Sense of NoSQL – A balanced, well-written overview – #bigdata #bookreview

Making Sense of NoSQL A Guide for Managers and the Rest of Us Dan McCreary and Ann Kelly (Manning, paperback) This is NOT a how-to guide for learning to use NoSQL software and build NoSQL databases. It is a meaty, well-structured overview aimed primarily at “technical managers, [software] architects, and developers.” However, it also is … Continue reading Making Sense of NoSQL – A balanced, well-written overview – #bigdata #bookreview

Software Requirements, Third Edition – A major, long-needed update of a classic book – #software #business #bookreview

Software Requirements, Third Edition Karl Wiegers and Joy Beatty (Microsoft Press – paperback, Kindle) A lot changes in 10 years, particularly in the world of software development. The previous edition of this book appeared in 2003, and I never knew about it while I struggled over software requirements documents and user manuals as a technical … Continue reading Software Requirements, Third Edition – A major, long-needed update of a classic book – #software #business #bookreview