Software Testing Resources: Load Testing, Unit Testing, Functional Testing

gasq – Global Association for Software Quality

June 14, 2010 0

gasq (Global Association for Software Quality) is an international, member-based, non-profit association, a so-called “AISBL” (international association without financial interest). It is officially registered with the Belgian and European authorities. It is a non-governmental organization and has not received any government subsidies to be set up. Founding members of gasq come from all of Europe, but also from The Americas and Asia. The main goal of gasq is to support software quality in research, teachings and industry. http://www.gasq.org/

OpenSourceTesting.org

May 25, 2010 0

Opensourcetesting.org aims to boost the profile of open source testing tools within the testing industry, principally by providing users with an easy to use gateway to information on the wide range of open source testing tools available.

Load Testing Tools Directory

April 29, 2010 0

This a directory of open source and commercial software tools for load and performance testing with reviews and resources. http://www.loadtestingtools.org/

TestingFAQ.org

January 10, 2010 0

This web site lists tools, courses, contractors, consultants and other resources for software testing. http://www.testingfaqs.org/

International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB)

January 3, 2010 0

The International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB) is a not-for-profit association legally registered in Belgium. It is composed of 47 member Boards from worldwide countries. It provides software testing certification and glossary.

Association for Software Testing

January 3, 2010 0

The Association for Software Testing (AST)  is a professional non-profit association that is dedicated and strives to build a testing community that views the role of testing as skilled, relevant, and essential to the production of faster, better, and less expensive software products. We value a scientific approach to developing and evaluating techniques, processes, and tools. We believe that a self-aware, self-critical attitude is essential to understanding and assessing the impact of new ideas on the practice of testing. http://www.associationforsoftwaretesting.org/

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