About the Book
A tool has been a tester's friend from day 1. Be it a tool to remember the passwords or to make notes, a good tester has always made the best use of different tools. We have tools for many activities. A good tester not just understands the importance of tools but also knows the limitation of each tool.
Just like there are no best practices, there are no best tools. There are tools suited for each activity and the same tool might not be the appropriate one in another instance.
It is therefore very important that a tester knows at least 2-3 tools from each category.
We welcome you to enjoy our collection of tools along with an inspiring quotation on each page.
About the Authors
Rahul Parwal is a seeker at heart; his love for Indian Mythology & Cricket and his ability to connect them with real-life situations gives him an edge both on professional and personal fronts.
A firm believer of Right Education and an ardent advocate of Open-Source mentality. A great company to be with who will ensure that every conversation turns out to be as stimulating as a cup of hot coffee.
Check out his blog here: testingtitbits.blogspot.com
Ajay Balamurugadas, goes by the handle 'ajay184f' in the testing community and is continuously re-inventing his testing methodology. He co-founded Weekend Testing - a worldwide movement for skilled testing, authored six small books under the theme "What If" downloadable at his blog http://EnjoyTesting.blogspot.com. His previous book is available at www.leanpub.com/50mistakes. His friends associate the terms - 'Change Agent, Idea Man, Motivational' to him. He tweets under @ajay184f and loves to have long conversations on software testing and life in general. He is currently leading the delivery at Qapitol QA - Provider of Continuous Testing Solutions to DevOps Teams.