I'm wondering, what would be the first book about testing you would give to an absolute beginner in testing? Which book contains enough material and is nicely explained?I have few on my mind, and…Continue
"Here are the most useful ones
Software Testing Techniques (2nd Edition, Boris Beizner) – this should be a table-book for the person who decided to start his career path in testing. It contains almost all terms and core ideas of bugs…"
" Hi Mirjana Kolarov,
If anyone is new in testing then I will prefer him to go for manual testing and follow the top forums of testing.
I have read listed below books and I think these are the best for beginner:
I'm wondering, what would be the first book about testing you would give to an absolute beginner in testing? Which book contains enough material and is nicely explained?I have few on my mind, and cannot decide, so I would like to hear your suggestions.See More
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