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Testing .NET Application Blocks by Microsoft Corporation

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Chapter 2. Testing Methodologies

Objectives

  • Look at the various methodologies for testing software.

  • Learn about test-driven development.

Overview

There are numerous methodologies available for developing and testing software. The methodology you choose depends on factors such as the nature of project, the project schedule, and resource availability. Although most software development projects involve periodic testing, some methodologies focus on getting the input from testing early in the cycle rather than waiting for input when a working model of the system is ready. Those methodologies that require early test involvement have several advantages, but also involve tradeoffs in terms of project management, schedule, customer interaction, budget, and ...

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