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  • Blog Post: Best Practices: The Practical Guide to Defect Prevention

    Here’s a quick reminder about one of the books in our Best Practices series for developers: The Practical Guide to Defect Prevention (ISBN 9780735622531; 480 pages), by Marc McDonald, Robert Musson, and Ross Smith. This practical, hands-on guide captures, categorizes, and builds a process of...
  • Blog Post: New book: Deploying Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010

    A new ebook from Yuri Diogenes and Dr. Thomas W. Shinder is now available. One of three ebooks they have written about deploying Forefront, Deploying Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010 (ISBN 9780735648951) presents useful best practices for deploying UAG. Yuri and Tom give a nice overview...
  • Blog Post: New book: Deploying Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010

    A new ebook from Yuri Diogenes and Dr. Thomas W. Shinder is now available. One of three ebooks they have written about deploying Forefront, Deploying Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 (ISBN 9780735648920) presents useful best practices for deploying TMG. Yuri and Tom give a nice overview...
  • Blog Post: Alan Page: Patterns for testing

    A portion of the material from How We Test Software at Microsoft comes from some of the classes we teach to testers at Microsoft. Bj’s chapters on functional and structural testing, for example, cover much of what we teach to new testers at Microsoft. I recently taught a class to a group of experienced...
  • Blog Post: Ross Smith: Portfolio selection and game theory in defect prevention

    Greetings! Today we’re happy to offer a guest post by Ross Smith, Director of Test, Windows Security, at Microsoft, and one of the authors of The Practical Guide to Defect Prevention (Microsoft Press, 2007): Ross here. This month celebrates the 50th anniversary of the publication of the Harry M. Markowitz...
  • Blog Post: New book: How We Test Software at Microsoft

    So much work goes into a book that it’s a treat to tell everyone about the result of our labor. However, it’s even better when an author shares his excitement, which is what Alan Page , a Test Architect at Microsoft, will be doing today. Alan, Ken Johnston, and Bj Rollison recently published...
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