Addressing various aspects of object-oriented software techniques with respect to their impact on testing, this text argues that the testing of object-oriented software is not restricted to a single phase of software development. The book concentrates heavily on the testing of classes and of components or sub-systems, and a major part is devoted to this subject. C++ is used throughout this book that is intended for software practitioners, managers, researchers, students, or anyone interested in object-oriented technology and its impacts throughout the software engineering life-cycle.Another by-product of code reviews is the educational experience for the whole code review team. ... But if certain errors are permitted to slip through, the project will be delayed more when the errors are detected later in the process. Codeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Testing Object-Oriented Software|
|Author||:||Imran Bashir, Amrit L. Goel|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|