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Comprehensive and worth reading 24 janvier 2011
Par Winifred Menezes - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I just finished reading a new book by Murali Chenmuturi; "Mastering Software Quality Assurance", subtitled "Best Practices, Tools and Techniques for Software Developers". My first reaction is that the audience of the book should be enlarged from Software Developers to `their managers, team leads and anyone else involved in software development'.

I found the book to be a comprehensive look at quality assurance, its history and evolution from quality control to quality assurance and applicability to software development. There are discussions on quality in specifications, design, construction and conformance (which the author describes as `how well an organization conducts the activities that ensure that quality is built into a deliverable'). Other perspectives of quality covered in the book are; the organizational environment needed to foster quality, verification, validation, product quality and process quality. In addition to the discussions there are a number of process flows as well as checklists, templates and guidelines, some within the chapters and others as appendices. The presence of these items makes the book a nice combination of theory and practical help.

Murali Chemuturi also has a couple of interesting proposals, one a composite metric to measure the quality of a software product, that takes into consideration both organizational aspects as well as actual activities on the project. The other is `a new paradigm for software quality assurance' based on the author's disillusion with ISO certifications and CMMI ratings. While there is some truth in the criticism voiced, the proposed new paradigm would have its own set of issues and potential for misuse. Still it is always good to be aware of the negative aspects of current practices.

The author definitions of some types of testing, e.g. System testing, Regression testing, Retesting surprised me, but given that there is as yet no globally accepted definitions of many software concepts, the fact that I only reacted to three of the over 20 different types of testing is probably a good sign.

In conclusion I definitely recommend this book to anyone working with, or interested in software quality - with a caveat, do not implement anything exactly as in the book, rather use the material as a starting point and customize it to your own culture and needs.
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Mastering SQA 19 janvier 2011
Par Henry E. Schneider - Publié sur
Format: Relié
This is a wonderful new book that very clearly defines Software Quality Assurance, distinguishing it from testing (verification and validation). The book covers Quality Assurance basics, the four quality dimensions, software product quality, environments that foster a quality culture, verification, validation, reliability, process quality, the audit process, and guidelines for different testing types and reviews.

What I find fascinating is how Murali has skillfully integrated the history of quality concepts and programs into the discussions. This is the first time that I have seen it all put together into one coherent and easy to understand story.

Each chapter has the same format. There is a chapter overview section summarizing the main points in the chapter, making it very easy to locate information. Each subsection in the chapter is clearly titled and one of the coolest features is that this is a J. Ross Web Added Value publication. Meaning that there is free content available for download to augment the book.

This is a practical book as well. It is full of case studies, example templates, guidelines, checklists, equations, process measures, process flows, and other examples.

I highly recommend this easy and fun to read book on a very important and often short-changed topic.
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A Must-Read for Software Quality Assurance Professionals 27 octobre 2010
Par Pat OToole - Publié sur
Format: Relié
"Mastering Software Quality Assurance" is a thorough portrait of the quality assurance landscape. As indicated in its subtitle, the book provides robust insight into software quality assurance "best practices, tools, and techniques." Despite its breadth of coverage, it is an easy read that provides "just enough" coverage of a particular topic before moving on to the next.

Author Murali Chemuturi provides an extensive number of lists throughout the book - everything from aspects of specification quality (6 items), to triggering events for phase end audits (6 items), to the aspects ensured in acceptance test readiness inspections (11 items), and so on. He also provides a number of templates (e.g., Test Plan template, Test Case template, Audit Report template, etc.) that offer an outstanding starting point for organizations or practitioners new to the field.

Chapter 6, Validation, was particularly rich in its discussion of "Testing Different Types of Software Products" (7 product types), "Project Testing" (4 major types of testing), and "Product Testing" (who would have known that there were 22 types of product testing to be considered!) This chapter is an absolute "must read" for any testing professional.

In addition to such lists, templates, and discussions, there are also a number of process diagrams throughout the book, as well as 12 Appendices spanning 100+ pages! I particularly liked Appendix G: Measurement of Quality - but then I AM a metrics guy...

The only downside to the book was that Mr. Chemuturi used some process assurance terminology in ways that differed from my experience. For example, categorizing integration and system testing as validation rather than verification activities clashed with my preconceived notions regarding the use of those terms. His description of regression testing and retesting appeared to be flipped from how I conceived those terms being used. But these anomalies really speak more to the lack of consistent terminology and definition in the process assurance industry than anything else.

Rest assured that I will be adding this book to the recommended reading list that I provide to my consulting clients.
A book that provides good information 12 février 2013
Par Daniel J. Wilson - Publié sur
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I purchased this book as a textbook for a class, now it is a reference book on my shelf.
This book covers the topic of Quality Assurance and Software Quality in particular in a very complete and understandable manner.

The topic of Software Quality Assurance is covered in great detail in a manner that is not boring, many good up to date examples are mentioned too.

Highly recommended.
A very good read. 19 avril 2014
Par Quality Guy - Publié sur
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Mastering Software Quality Assurance is a bit slow to start, but that may come from my background of 18 years of Quality Assurance. So if you are advanced, I highly recommend reading the appendices first. They are worth the cost of the book. These are full of advise for anyone wishing to put software quality procedures in place.
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