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BOOK: And I thought I knew QTP!
"And I thought I knew QTP! - QTP Concepts Unplugged" is my new book. The book is targeted at clearing many of conceptual doubts people have when using QTP. The book is not a usual plain Q&A or FAQ style, rather it employs a unique style of writing. The book goes with a story along with the technical knowledge sharing. Whatever your experience level may be (Novice/Beginner, Intermediate, Expert) the book will still offer something new to you. The preview of the book is available at below
The first questions that may come to your mind after seeing the preview is that "Where are the Table of Contents?", "What does the book offer from a content perspective?"
There are 2 reasons behind doing that. Not adding the TOC was to make sure that this book is not used as a shortcut to knowledge and that the reader does go through every page. The preview doesn't contain the technical preview as it would have spoiled the interest that the book will generate once you start reading it.
Now comes the final question - "Do I need it?". Well though I am the author of the book and my opinion may seem biased also but I believe it is something that will not disappoint any of its readers. To set the expectations right, this book is not imparting a project implementation knowledge, How to start, where to start etc. Rather the book is focused on explaining the concepts like Object Identification, Smart Identification, How to identify Google auto suggest, How to call a function inside an Action from the Library, How to know if a user stopped a test or it finished by itself? etc...These are kind of questions that you would find answered in the book
The book has received Foreword from 2 well know personalities in the QA industry. Elfriede Dustin - Author/Co-Author of many QA books. Amjad Alihat (AJ) - Founder of SQAForums.com
For US & ROW the book can be ordered at Lulu.com (After 15th Oct)
And I thought I knew QTP!
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The book is now available on Amazon as well