While I kid with Rob that he really should have written (write) more books, I am a Bug is truly unique and a classic gift to our testing community. by Robert Sabourin. I am always Some of the most valuable test ideas come to mind when I am One of my favorite sources of test ideas is bug taxonomies. : I am a Bug () by Robert Sabourin and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great.

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You only need to test that each feature uses the sorting library correctly. Memory leaks Garbage collection? While I didn’t know him personally at the time, I thought, what the hell, all I could do is ask. If you’ve ever attended a talk, workshop or another session format by Rob, a few things always stand out:. Are any tags missing? About project SlidePlayer Terms of Service.

It’s this that I’m most proud of and humbled by.

I Am A Bug by Robert Sabourin

So I sent him an email introduction and a copy of the manuscript. Blend of stubs and drivers depending on part of software being exercised.

Stubs must be created for units not yet completed. Software Testing activities associate with the development of a web based e-Commerce system.

Your generosity in helping me with my book has stuck with me. Decide this early to avoid conflict and politics! Efficiency allows but to eliminate redundant tests.


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Is it standard compliant? Defects are the root cause of bugs! This was one of the main themes of Software Endgames, so I thought I’d ask Rob to review my manuscript. He immediately replied and agreed to give me some feedback. One of the common interests we had was defect workflows, triage, and generally how to effectively handle bugs in software projects. Umar marked it as to-read May 20, Explains elements of software development process in a fun easy to read format.

Are references relative or absolute? There are individuals who have influenced my professional journey significantly. Chamith Dulshan marked it as to-read Jan 02, To maintain your energy and passion around doing what you love.

For the adult that has any familiarity with software development, it’s useless. Dmitrij Parchomenko marked it as to-read Sep 25, What about reliability and availability?

Suzie marked it as to-read Nov 02, I can’t even imagine the numbers. Sample randomly from a population to make a probabilistic statements about the population. Return to Book Page. Stephen Blower marked it as to-read Jun 24, Software ripens at the customer site! To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Each page of I am a Bug has large print text at the top which can be read by younger children, an illustration and text at the bottom of the page which the parent can read to the child.


Try every single case!

Testimonial Robert Sabourin President AmiBug.Com, Inc.

Are user data files left alone? It was feedback beyond my expectations and incredibly helpful. Not only in front of a class, but as an individual. Auth with social network: I’ve started a segment on my blog called — My Heroes.

Can code be modified by developers not familiar with code base? Feedback Privacy Policy Feedback. Feb 15, Anca rated it it was ok Shelves: In the style of a children’s book.

My Heros: Rob Sabourin

And of course, they get none of the credit for my many foibles. Refresh dabourin try again. How is performance affected by varying load? Driver units must be created for units not yet completed, each time a new higher level unit is added to those already tested.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. And encouraged me to “give back” to folks as much as I can. Want to Read ii.

I don’t think the book adequately communicates to any of the intended targets. Does system recover gracefully? Rob is a stalwart in the testing community.

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