Acceptance Test Engineering Guide
by Grigori Melnik, Gerard Meszaros, Jon Bach
Publisher: Microsoft 2009
Number of pages: 251
The Acceptance Test Engineering Guide will provide guidance for technology stakeholders (developers, development leads, testers, test leads, architects, etc.) and business stakeholders (managers, customers, end users, etc) on the discipline of acceptance testing.
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