Skip to main content

Test Publications

Software Test Techniques (Yazılım Test Teknikleri)

Software Testing Techniques offers magic and tangible solutions for information technology projects with the following and similar problems:

– Not enough time left for the test,
– Enough time was allocated for testing, but as the project progressed, this time was spent on other activities, especially analysis and coding,
– You don’t have enough testers to run test cases,
– You have enough testers, but after the product goes live, users encounter different errors than the ones your testers find,
– Too many data combinations to test,
– You don’t have a mechanism to produce expected outputs for test cases,
– You do not have a test tool that supports your test activities,
– It is as if you are trying to kill flies in the swamp. The software does not reach a level of sufficient quality.

Learn More

About the Author

Koray Yitmen works as a partner at Keytorc, BA-Works, UXservices, Continium & Explori and takes part in local, international software testing, business analysis and usability projects. He is a member of ISTQB general assembly (International Software Testing Qualifications Board), the President of the Turkish Testing Board, the IIBA Istanbul Chapter board member (International Institute of Business Analysis) and the president of UXPA Istanbul Chapter (User Experience Professionals’ Association). 

Yitmen, who has been the conference chairman of international TestIstanbul conference since 2010, participated by nearly a thousand professionals from more than ten countries, holds MBA degrees in Computer Engineering from Middle East Technical University and entrepreneurship from Babson College.

Close Menu