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Software Engineering / Testing Test Process Improvement A practical step-by-step guide to structured testing Tim Koomen Martin Pol “If competitiveness is an issue in your market, IT will be vital, and this book will help you to deal with the problems it will bring along.” Henk W Broeders, Executive Board, CAP Gemini “I was introduced to TPI and suddenly the penny dropped...This was quite a revelation... I recommend that you try the ideas suggested in this book... use the TPI method to improve your test process.” Stephen K Allott, Senior Consultant, ImagoQA Ltd “The application of TPI enables us to raise our global testing organization to the next professional level. I am absolutely convinced that everybody using TPI in a similar way will experience the same added value.” Dr Hans Voorthuyzen, Global Manager Product Testing Group, Baan Software testing is an essential part of software development but many organizations regard it as an uncontrollable part of the process and find it difficult to take steps to improve it. In Test Process Improvement, Tim Koomen and Martin Pol give practical suggestions for improving the testing process in a gradual and controlled manner, with realistic goals in terms of quality, lead time and costs. The book describes and explains the Test Process Improvement (TPI) model, tried and tested by numerous professional testers, which provides a structured framework to be used either for improving an existing test process or for developing a new process from scratch. The authors use their in-depth knowledge and extensive experience to provide practical guidance and a framework that enables the reader to adapt the model for use in his/her organization. If you are involved in testing software systems and are aiming to implement a successful and structured process, you will find this book an invaluable resource. About the authors Tim Koomen is a professional tester for IQUIP Informatica B.V. in the Netherlands, where he is a member of the R&D team covering issues such as automated testing and testfactories. He is currently advising organizations on how to improve their testing processes using the TPI model. He regularly presents at conferences and training sessions throughout Europe. Martin Pol has over 25 years of experience in structured testing, currently working as an R&D manager with responsibility for development and innovation of testing methods for IQUIP Informatica B.V. and GiTek Software N.V. in Belgium. He was involved in the development of the structured testing approach, TMap, and the creation of TPI. He is a highly regarded speaker at conferences and training courses throughout Europe and the USA, having twice chaired EuroSTAR. He recently received the European Testing Excellence Award for his contribution to the field of testing. [barcode box] Visit us on the World Wide Web at: http://www.awl-he.com/computing http://www.awl.com/cseng Back of Jacket

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Tim Koomen is a professional tester for IQUIP Informatica B.V. in the Netherlands, where he is a member of the R&D team covering issues such as automated testing and testfactories. He is currently advising organizations on how to improve their testing processes using the TPI model. He regularly presents at conferences and training sessions throughout Europe.

Martin Pol has over 25 years of experience in structured testing, currently working as CEO, senior consultant for Polteq International Testing services.

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I've take the responsability of a test team and was looking for tips to improve quality and productivity. I've fond much better : a methodology to drive improvement !

The first part of the book is easy to read and explains the scope and expectation.
The second parts is the reference to be used to asses and to improve the test activity.
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HASH(0x9248b438) étoiles sur 5 A practical way to reach CMM level 3 16 février 2000
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Format: Relié
If your job is to manage the test process in your company or in a project this book will be very helpful. There are many questions in the book, which helps to find out the level of the test process in your company. You find practical hints what to do to improve your test process. These hints are not of that kind: "Use test method xy or buy test tool ABC". The hints are concrete and helpful descriptions what to do. The TPI model is especially developed for improving the test process. It supports the definition of small, controlled and practical improvement steps, based on priorities. The TPI model is independent of other Software Process Improvement models and can be used regardless of the fact whether an organisation tries to improve the total software process or just the test process. If you try to use the CMM Model to improve your test process you will soon discover that it does not offer much help. It contains too little detailed insight and it is difficult to define a gradual improvement path for the test process. The TPI model offers the necessary details and can be very helpful to reach CMM level 3 regarding testing activities.
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HASH(0x9248b8a0) étoiles sur 5 For mature, stable test organizations 18 mai 2002
Par Mike Tarrani - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This book provides a coherent process improvement approach for software testing. It provides a model that supports the assessment of strengths and weaknesses of an existing software testing process and an approach for developing and implementing remedial action to rectify the weaknesses. As such this book is not useful to organizations that have not achieved a mature and stable testing process because the model will not apply. If you are seeking a book that will get your processes stable you will find "Systematic Software Testing" by Rick D. Craig and Stefan P. Jaskiel a better place to start.
However, if your processes are stable this book is among the best because it stays focused on improving the testing process and does so in the same manner that SEI's CMM does for software development. In fact, the TPI approach in this book is cross-referenced to the CMM, which gives you an approach that can be viewed as a testing maturity model that aligns nicely with the CMM (including the newer CMMI). This is one of the strong points of the book and TPI.
Another thing to know about this book is that it's written more like a specification than a narrative. Some readers may find this difficult, but if you are involved in mapping the TPI key process areas to the CMM (or SPICE, Bootstrap or PSM), you'll appreciate the format. Also, the book views TPI as a subset of software process improvement, and software process improvement as a subset of TQM. While the authors focus on the software testing process, they do not isolate it from the bigger picture. This allows you to view then entire quality process as a coherent whole when you're assessing the software testing process and developing improvement strategies.
I personally think this book adds considerably to the software testing body of knowledge, and that the approach the authors give is both practical and sensible. If you work in an organization that has a stable testing process or is at CMM level 2 or above this book is essential reading.
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HASH(0x9248b84c) étoiles sur 5 Wery useful method to rely on 26 juin 2001
Par Mattias Nordin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
As a senior test engineer consultant I was asked to do a investigation on how we had worked in the test team in a project, and provide feedback to the QA organization. I was using this method and found it wery helpful! This book, unlike most other books with this subject, goes straight to the problem and and is not focused on the number of pages...
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HASH(0x9248bbe8) étoiles sur 5 TPI - a useful tool for test process improvement 5 juin 2000
Par Vivi Marstrand - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
In the book Test process Improvement we found a tool to help us finding the answers to the following questions:
How should we start working with test process improvement?
Where in the organization do we have the "best" test process?
How do we measure the current status, and what areas are the most important to improve first?
We have made our first internal status evaluation, and are implementing new procedures over the summer. The book is a helpful tool giving useful tips and answers to questions of various kinds.
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HASH(0x9248b870) étoiles sur 5 A revolution in the world of testing 25 septembre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
With Test Process Improvement (TPI) one is able to add a new dimension to test activities. TPI makes it possible to show the environment what and how the test process works. TPI makes it possible to improve the test process in logical and clear steps. TPI gives the answers for the test process which CMM did for the software process. For me it is a revolution in software testing. With TPI, testing has become even more interesting, dynamic and mature. It is a pleasure to work with it.
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