New version of Software Testability book – chapter on using historical data to improve testability

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Matthew Skelton 2016
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Matthew Skelton (@matthewpskelton)
PUBLISHED: August 8, 2019 10:29 am
ESTIMATED READING TIME: 2 MINUTES

We have published an updated version of the book Team Guide to Software Testability by Ash Winter and Rob Meaney with a new chapter: Use historical data to remedy architectural design problems which inhibit feedback.

Go to https://leanpub.com/softwaretestability to buy the book or download a sample chapter. All purchases are covered by the Leanpub money-back guarantee.

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For more information on the book, head to testabilitybook.com

Existing subscribers will receive the new version automatically via Leanpub. We use Leanpub for publishing so we can deliver value incrementally as the chapters are written. It allows us to incorporate feedback from readers and change the material before we go to print.

New version – August 2019

3. Use historical data to remedy architectural design problems which inhibit feedback

  • 3.1 Explicitly design your architecture for testability
  • 3.2 Principles of implementing high testability architectures
  • 3.3 Understanding the role of testable architecture in increasing team collaboration
  • 3.4 Identify architectural improvements to iteratively increase testability
  • 3.5 Case Study – Transitioning from hard to test to high observability, control and shared understanding
  • 3.6 Summary

Buy the book or download a sample

Go to https://leanpub.com/softwaretestability to buy the book or download a sample chapter. All purchases are covered by the Leanpub money-back guarantee.

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