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Testers Get a Moment in the Spotlight

Microsoft just launched a new Web site aimed directly at software QA and testing professionals. Called Tester Center, the new site aims to bring testers together to share experiences and best practices, get advice and access useful content.

The site is headed up by James Whitaker, an early innovator in the area of model-based testing and currently a Microsoft security architect working in the Trustworthy Computing Initiative at Redmond.

If you're involved with software testing at your organization, the Tester Center might be worth a bookmark. Have you had a chance to check the new site out? Let me know your thoughts at [email protected].

Posted by Michael Desmond on 10/24/2007 at 1:15 PM


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