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New book: Tips for manual testers working in an agile environment

Posted by Matt Archer on September 12, 2013

Tips for manual testers working in an agile environment bookI recently decided to write a short book inspired by some of the topics from the Techniques for Agile Manual Testers course that I have been running with the Ministry of Testing and Pretty Good Testing.  The book is called “Tips for manual testers working in an agile environment” and is available to purchase via LeanPub.

One of the ideas behind LeanPub is to publish a book gradually over time, which I fully intend to do.  If you are interested to read the book as I write it, check out the landing page for the book on LeanPub and purchase the book whilst it is still cheap (currently $1.49) but obviously incomplete (currently 15 tips).  One of the nice things about LeanPub is that if you buy an early version of a book at a reduced price you are entitled to subsequent updates for free, including the final version of the book.  A full list of the tips that will be available in the final version of the book can be found here.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, you are welcome to leave a message here on my blog, email me at matt (at) expresssoftware (dot) co.uk or ping me on Twitter (@MattArcherUK).  Whilst on the subject of twitter I plan to use the hash tag #AgileManualTesters whenever I tweet anything related to the book.  I know it’s a little long for a hashtag, but I’m struggling to think of anything shorter, yet still meaningful.  Hopefully a shorter version will evolve over time!

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