I have a number of Testing books if anyone wants them.
They include :
Lessons learned in software Testing
How to Break Web Software
Test and Analysis of web services
Perfect Software: And Other Illusions about Testing
I work in Canary Wharf, so will either need to pick up, or provide postage.
Turbo, if you work in Canary Warf you could easily provide the postage if a poor student wants them [img]/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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Never mind the postage....looks like I will have to pay someone to take them off my hands!
Do you have a library/bookshelf at work that would make a good home for your books?
If not, you might consider starting one. Here's what I did a while back: http://strazzere.blogspot.com/2010/0...at-office.html
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if in case the books are still available please let me know.
Well vinyl records are nearly gone, CD's / DVD's will soon follow.... makes sense that some day books will go.
I wonder how they will protest in the future ?
Burn their Ipads / Kindles ?
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Nah - it's bras every time! [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
Vinyls are making a comeback. Next it will be 8-tracks and who knows what will be next. Maybe old retired ex-patriot testers.
Save your Dixie-cups, the South will rise again.
Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.
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Er - that would be "Tha Sahth will Rahse Agin!"
(sorry - had to fix the phonetics)
Whenever I hear that phrase I have to wonder, what South (Antebellum or post War of Agression) and what is it going to rise for?
Nothing learns better than experience.
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