I found out about this book from the InfoQ blog -- the book is called Continuous Integration: Improving Software Quality and Reducing Risk and it is written by 3 guys from Stelligent, who also blog regularly on testearly.com. Seems like a very interesting and timely read for people interested in automated testing and obviously in continuous integration (which to me are the 2 first stepping stones on the path to 'agile testing'). You can also read a chapter from the book in PDF format: "Continuous testing".
Tuesday, July 31, 2007
For your summer reading list: book on Continuous Integration
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