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Testing: facing the music

Posted in General,Software testing by testing in London on July 31, 2006

For those who don’t get enough of testing there is an opportunity to relax watching Testing the musical. It doesn’t look like it’s really about Software Testing but given its name that can be forgiven. According to this review it

features the score of a composer whose music is “appealing as hell,” says Charles Strouse, the composer of Broadway hits “Annie” and “Bye, Bye Birdie.”

I think that means great rather than hellish (how appealing is hell?), but like all good testers you’ll probably want to see the product (or at least listen to it) before you give a view. So you’ll be pleased to know you can order a copy of the sourndtrack at the review site above.

Alternatively you could enjoy a software testing book. Take your pick.

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