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How Google Tests Software by Jeff Carollo, Jason Arbon, James A. Whittaker

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Footnotes

Foreword by Alberto Savoia

1. Don’t get the Octomom reference? Google it!

Chapter 1

1. http://googletesting.blogspot.com/2011/01/how-google-tests-software.html.

2. GTAC is the Google Test Automation Conference (www.GTAc.biz).

3. http://googletesting.blogspot.com/2007/01/introducing-testing-on-toilet.html.

4. The term dogfood is used by most software companies in the U.S. to denote internal adoption of software that is not yet released. The phrase “eating your own dogfood” is meant to convey the idea that if you make a product to sell to someone else, you should be willing to use it yourself to find out if it is any good.

5. The original purpose of using small, medium, and large was to standardize terms that so many testers brought in ...

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