by James A. Whittaker
Chapter 2: The Case for Manual Testing of James Whittaker's
Exploratory Software Testing: Tips, Tricks, Tours, and Techniques to Guide Test Design explains how to make manual testing more effective—and less boring and unpleasant.
It introduces innovative new processes that are repeatable, prescriptive, and teachable.
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Editor's Note: This chapter is an excerpt from the book, "Exploratory Software Testing: Tips, Tricks, Tours, and Techniques to Guide Test Design" by James Whittaker
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Dr. James A. Whittaker is a professor of computer science at the Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech) and is founder of Security Innovation.
is the author of How to Break Software and coauthor (with Hugh Thompson) of How to Break Software Security, and over fifty peer-reviewed papers on software development and computer security.
He has also served as a testing and security consultant for Microsoft, IBM, Rational, and many other United States companies.