Cem Kaner


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in Detroit, The United States
July 08, 1953

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Cem Kaner is a Professor of Software Engineering at Florida Institute of Technology, and the Director of Florida Tech's Center for Software Testing Education & Research (CSTER) since 2004. He is perhaps best known outside academia as an advocate of software usability and software testing.

Prior to his professorship, Kaner worked in the software industry beginning in 1983 in Silicon Valley "as a tester, programmer, tech writer, software development manager, product development director, and independent software development consultant." In 1988, he and his co-authors Jack Falk and Hung Quoc Nguyen published what became, at the time, "the best selling book on software testing," Testing Computer Software. He has also worked as a user interfa
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“Afailure is the misbehavior of the program, resulting from the program encountering a fault. Failures occur”
Cem Kaner, Lessons Learned in Software Testing: A Context-Driven Approach

“Your team may be called “quality assurance.” Don’t let that go to your head. Your test results and bug reports provide information that facilitates the assurance of quality on the project, but that assurance results from the effort of the entire team.”
Cem Kaner, Lessons Learned in Software Testing: A Context-Driven Approach



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