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Fundamental Concepts for the Software Quality Engineer

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Title: Fundamental Concepts for the Software Quality Engineer
Author: Sue Carroll, Taz Daughtrey
ISBN: 8122431070 / 9788122431070
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 364
Publisher: ASQ
Year: 2010
Availability: Out of Stock
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This book provides selected articles gathered from the last five volumes of Software Quality Professional (SQP), a peer-reviewed quarterly publication applying quality principles to the development and use of software and software-based systems. This collection of articles provides you with insights from authors around the globe-which is vital in today's global economy. As with SQP and this series' first volume, this book follows the categories of the ASQ Certified Software Quality Engineer Body of Knowledge. The articles are each related to one of the seven knowledge areas and provided in numbers proportional to the relative weights assigned to each category in the certification examination.

Software engineers should use this book to broaden their knowledge in several important aspects of software quality. The field keeps growing and expanding to meet the changing needs of technology : the insights presented in this book can help you meet the challenge and begin your journey.

This special low-priced edition is for sale in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Myanmar (Burma), Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.


Part I : General Knowledge, Conduct, and Ethics
Chapter 1 :
Bridging Between Software Management and Software Professionalism
Chapter 2 : An Ethical Theory for the Advancement of Professionalism in Software Engineering

Part II : Software Quality Management
Chapter 3 :
The Value of a Good Checklist
Chapter 4 : Soft Factors Affecting Software Quality
Chapter 5 : Toward an Inclusive Model for the Costs of Software Quality
Chapter 6 : Sustaining Best Practices : How Real-World Software Organizations Improve Quality Processes

Part III : Software Engineering Processes
Chapter 7 :
Software Requirements Engineering : What, Why, Who, When, and How
Chapter 8 : Rule-Based Design Reviews
Chapter 9 : Quality in an Agile World

Part IV : Program and Project Management
Chapter 10 :
Creating Accurate Estimates and Realistic Schedules
Chapter 11 : We Must Overcommit-We Must Win Business
Chapter 12 : A Test Manager's Guide to Risks Analysis and Management

Part V : Software Metrics, Measurement, and Analytical Methods
Chapter 13 :
An Analytical Approach to Software Metrics Management
Chapter 14 : Measuring Software Product Quality
Chapter 15 : The Uses and Abuses of Software Metrics
Chapter 16 : Steer Clear of Hazards on the Road to Software Measurement Success

Part VI : Software Verification and Validation (V&V)
Chapter 17 :
Introduction of Test Process Improvement and the Impact on the Organization
Chapter 18 : Optimizing Software Inspections with Statistical Quality Techniques
Chapter 19 : Design-Appropriate Test Cases
Chapter 20 : How to Test Usability of Security Sensitive Systems

Part VII : Software Configuration Management
Chapter 21 :
Defect Tracking and Management Process
Chapter 22 : Software Measurement Using SCM
Chapter 23 : Closing Thoughts

Appendix : Certified Software Quality Engineer (CSQE) Body of Knowledge

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