Relevant Codes winner announced: Congrats Laxmi!
Our new book “QTP Descriptive Programming Unplugged” is in its final stages of publications and will hit the bookshelves in start of October mostly. We wanted to give everyone a fair opportunity to win a free copy of this new book.
How do I become eligible for the contest?
To participate in this contest you can do any of the following:
- Share & Like us on our Facebook page & comment on what are you expecting from this book.
- Tweet your expectations from the book.
1 copy will also be given to a lucky person who submits their feedback (in the comments section of this post) here.
Note: Each of the above items will be considered a separate entry and hence will increase your chance of winning this contest. Maximum 1 free copy per person.
When will the contest end?
The contest will be closed on the day the book is released. The current target is to release the book in 1st week of October.
When will the winners be announced?
Winners will be announced within a week after the book release. The current target is to release the book in 1st week of October. The number of winners will be disclosed on the day of the book release.
Note: The pre-ordering for the book will be opened few weeks before the release, stay tuned through various channels to hear for our updates.
About “QTP Descriptive Programming Unplugged” Book
QTP Descriptive Programming Unplugged is a one of a kind, incredibly in-depth book that covers concepts surrounding HP QuickTest’s Test Objects. Descriptive Programming Unplugged is the outcome of more than 3 years of R&D and real-time implementation of concepts in small to large Test Automation projects.
Written by Anshoo Arora and Tarun Lalwani – 2 of the recognized seasoned experts, this book covers topics of all expertise levels and is aimed to (and will) change the way people how think about and use QTP. It covers topics such as:
- CSS and XPath Selectors/Locators
- Web Extensibility
- Visual Relational Identifiers, and emulating them using DP
- HTML DOM
- Localization and Internationalization Design Techniques
- Testing Web Services
- Object Identification in depth
- Detailed chapters on both Object Repository and Descriptive Programming
- Writing QTP test-code in .NET and much more…
Tarun Lalwani – is a Test Automation and Solutions Architect and the author of the two most widely read books on QTP, ‘QuickTest Professional Unplugged’ and ‘And I Thought I knew QTP!’. He has worked on various automated testing projects, utilizing technologies such as VBScript, VB6, VB.Net, C#.NET, Excel and Outlook Macros and is the Founder of KnowledgeInbox, a company focused on the research and design of Automation products, as well as providing Test Automation services and consultation.
Tarun was awarded with the ‘Best Feedback Award’ by HP for QTP 11 Beta testing and his book ‘QuickTest Professional Unplugged’ was named the Best Automation Book in the 2nd ATI Automation Honors awards. A regular contributor on AdvancedQTP and SQA forums, Tarun’s work has been showcased on several websites, including Relevant Codes and AdvancedQTP.
In Dec 2011, HP invited Tarun to its R&D center in Israel for a 4 day conference. The conference was aimed on taking his feedback on various aspects of QTP & BPT. This was the first time ever HP had invited any user from outside of Israel for feedback. The invitation highlights HP’s interest in getting user community also involved for enhancing their tools.
Anshoo Arora is an author, Test Architect and software developer, best known for his Test Automation website, www.RelevantCodes.com. Anshoo is continuously researching to find better ways of working with QTP, simplifying automation maintenance and creating extensible test suites/frameworks. Apart from QTP, he also works with Quality Center, LoadRunner, .NET programming, Selenium WebDriver, TestComplete and Web Technologies. Anshoo is a regular contributor at AdvancedQTP and SQAForums and is also the Technical Editor and Reviewer of QuickTest’s first conceptual book, ‘And I thought I knew QTP!’