Book review: Design Driven Testing – Test Smarter, Not Harder by Matt Stephens and Doug Rosenberg

Target audience: developers

Urs’ comment: For short: I don’t like this book. Longer: There are some good ideas in the book. For example that there are different levels of testing needed (unit testing, acceptance testing, manual testing), but the authors lack expertise in Test Driven Development and design skills. Both results in a book with too many strange statements. There are far better books about developer testing out there, so simply skip this one.

ISBN-13: 978-1-4302-2943-8

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