Mutation testing is known for being difficult and expensive, but we’re here to show you a real-world system you can build in just a few hours with a little C# code and Visual Studio.
Software Testing Resources: Load Testing, Unit Testing, Functional Testing
A 14-part series of articles describing the use of automated unit testing techniques for the C# programmer. The tutorial includes the use of NUnit and Moq but is also relevant for other testing frameworks.
Lynn McKee has compiled an excellent listing of mnemonics used in software testing.
Weekend Testers is a platform for software testers to collaborate, test various kinds of software, foster hope, gain peer recognition, and be of value to the community.
Programmers use Coding Dojos to exercise their programming skills in a group setup. Deliberately they get together to pair program and get feedback from peers. But how do testers train their skills? Testing Dojos provide a similar setup as Coding Dojos, but help testers to practice their individual skills in a group. This web site is a reference for everything about Testing Dojos. http://www.testingdojo.org/
This website presents a list of open source and commercial continuous integration tools. http://www.continuousintegrationtools.com/
Silicon Valley Software Quality Association (SSQA) is the Software Quality Discussion Forum of the American Society for Quality (ASQ) — Silicon Valley Section 0613. SSQA meets monthly to discuss topics of interest to software quality engineers, testers and developers. All SSQA meetings are free and open to the public. http://www.ssqa-sv.org/