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Care to recommend a book or two?
Hi, I've run a search here and looked at some book sites, took there descriptions of what sounds like I can use, but I would like to know which one(s) any of you have used and liked from a functional, practical view.
I was brought on board to a relatively new QA dept. with an even newer (non-existent) process and methodology to implement such. I've used ISO, Waterfall and RUP mostly and a whole bunch of company directed methods.
I would like some books that give a good, overall view of the popular official methods - something I could have others read without burying/boring them wiht heavy details (at first). Also, something on an overall approach to implement the methods chosen without shaking too many trees.
Thanks and if you require more info to answer me, please say so.
Re: Care to recommend a book or two?
There's a fairly decent "big picture" book for RUP: The Rational Unified Process: An Introduction by Phillippe Kruchten (ISBN 0-201-60459-0). It's only(?) about 200 pages, with quite of bit of that being diagrams and charts.
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