Publications

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BOOKS

Rebecca L. Fiedler, Cem Kaner, and Douglas Hoffman, Instructor’s Manual for the BBST Courses, Florida Institute of Technology Tech Reports, 2012

Cem Kaner, James Bach, & Bret Pettichord, Lessons Learned in Software Testing, John Wiley & Sons, 2002.

Cem Kaner & David Pels, Bad Software: What To Do When Software Fails, John Wiley & Sons, 1998.

Cem Kaner, Jack Falk, & Hung Quoc Nguyen, Testing Computer Software (2nd Ed.), International Thomson Computer Press, 1993. (This is the best selling book on software testing in the history of the field. Received the Award of Excellence from the Society for Technical Communication, Northern California Technical Publications Competition.)

Cem Kaner, Testing Computer Software, TAB Professional & Reference Books, 1988.

ARTICLES & CONFERENCES

Cem Kaner, Carol Oliver & Mark Fioravanti, How to Actually DO High Volume Automated Testing. [SLIDES]. STAR East, April 30, 2013.

Cem Kaner & Rebecca L. Fiedler, Qualitative Methods for Test Design. [SLIDES]. STPCon, April 22, 2013.

Cem Kaner, “Practical Approaches to Software Metrics”. [SLIDES] Presented in March, 2013.

Cem Kaner, Overview of High Volume Automated Testing. [SLIDES]. Workshop on Teaching Software Testing, January 2013.

Cem Kaner & Nawwar Kabbani, “Software Metrics: Threats to Validity”. [SLIDES] [VIDEO] Conference of the Association for Software Testing. San Jose, CA. July, 2012.

Cem Kaner, The Challenges of Educating Testers on Security (and Security People on Testing). Workshop on Teaching Software Testing, January 2012.

Cem Kaner, “Black Box Software Testing: Test Design Course“, Logigear Magazine, February 2011, 12-16.

Cem Kaner, “Exploratory validation: What we can learn from testing investment models.” [SLIDES] Presented at the Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR East), May 2011.

Cem Kaner, “Investment Modeling as an Exemplar of Exploratory Test Automation.” [SLIDES] Keynote presented at the Vietnam International Software Testing and Automation Conference in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, September 2010.

Cem Kaner, “An Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Domain Testing.” [SLIDES] Tutorial presented at the Vietnam International Software Testing and Automation Conference in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, September 2010.

Cem Kaner, “Exploratory test automation” [SLIDES] Presented at the Vietnam International Software Testing and Automation Conference in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, September 2010.

Doug Hoffman & Cem Kaner, “Exploratory test automation.” [SLIDES] Presented at the Conference of the Association for Software Testing, August 2010.

Cem Kaner, “Scenario-Driven Testing.” [SLIDES] Tutorial at the Conference of the Association for Software Testing, August 2010.

Cem Kaner & Sowmya Padmanabhan, “Unifying industrial and academic approaches to domain testing.” [SLIDES] Presented at the Conference of the Association for Software Testing, Grand Rapids, MI, August 2010.

Cem Kaner, “Investment Modeling as an Exemplar of Exploratory Test Automation.” [SLIDES OR VIDEO] Presented at the Conference of the Association for Software Testing, Grand Rapids, MI, August 2010.

Rebecca Fiedler & Cem Kaner, “Live! AST Instructors’ Orientation Course Jumpstart Tutorial.” Presented at the Conference of the Association for Software Testing, Grand Rapids, MI, August 2010.

Cem Kaner, “Automated Exploratory Software Testing” [SLIDES]. Presentation at Logigear: San Mateo, CA. June 2010.

Cem Kaner, “Investment Modeling: A Software Tester’s Perspective.” [SLIDES] Presented at Kitchener-Waterloo Software Quality Association in Kitchener, ON. June 2010 at Toronto Association of Systems & Software Quality, June 2010.

Cem Kaner & Rebecca L. Fiedler. “Plagiarism-detection services: How well do they actually perform?“. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Winter 2010, 29 (4), 37-43.

Cem Kaner, “The Evolving Law of Software Quality.” [SLIDES] Presented at Chicago Quality Assurance Assocation (CQAA/QAI), May 17, 2010.

Cem Kaner, “Exploratory test automation: Investment modeling as an example.” [SLIDES]. ImmuneIT, Amsterdam, October 2009.

Cem Kaner, “Investment modeling: A software engineer’s approach.” [SLIDES]. Colloquium, Florida Institute of Technology, October 2009.

Cem Kaner, “Challenges in the Evolution of Software Testing Practices in Mission-Critical Environments.” [SLIDES]. Software Test & Evaluation Summit/Workshop (National Defense Industrial Association), Reston VA, September 2009.

Cem Kaner, “Approaches to test automation.” [SLIDES]. Research in Motion, Kitchener/Waterloo, September 2009.

Cem Kaner, “Software Testing as a Quality-Improvement Activity” [SLIDES]. Lockheed Martin / IEEE Computer Society Webinar Series, September 2009.

Rebecca L. Fiedler & Cem Kaner, “Putting the context in context-driven testing (an application of Cultural Historical Activity Theory)” [SLIDES]. Conference of the Association for Software Testing. Colorado Springs, CO., July 2009.

Cem Kaner, “Metrics, qualitative measurement, and stakeholder value” [SLIDES]. Tutorial, Conference of the Association for Software Testing. Colorado Springs, CO., July 2009.

Cem Kaner, “The value of checklists and the danger of scripts: What legal training suggests for testers.” [SLIDES]. Conference of the Association for Software Testing. Colorado Springs, CO., July 2009.

Cem Kaner, “New rules adopted for software contracts.” [SLIDES]. Conference of the Association for Software Testing. Colorado Springs, CO., July 2009.

Cem Kaner, “Activities in software testing education: a structure for mapping learning objectives to activity designs“. Software Testing Education Workshop (International Conference on Software Testing), Denver, CO, April 2009.

Cem Kaner, “Plagiarism-detection software Clashing intellectual property rights and aggressive vendors yield dismaying results.” [SLIDES] [VIDEO]. Colloquium, Florida Institute of Technology, October 2009.

Cem Kaner, “Thinking about the Software Testing Curriculum.” [SLIDES]. Workshop on Integrating Software Testing into Programming Courses, Florida International University, March 2009.

Cem Kaner (initial draft), “Dimensions of Excellence in Research“. Department of Computer Sciences, Florida Institute of Technology, Spring 2009.

Cem Kaner, “Patterns of activities, exercises and assignments.” [SLIDES]. Workshop on Teaching Software Testing, Melbourne FL, January 2009.

Cem Kaner & Rebecca L. Fiedler, “Developing instructor-coached activities for hybrid and online courses.” [SLIDES]. Workshop at Inventions & Impact 2: Building Excellence in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Education, National Science Foundation / American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington DC, August 2008.

Cem Kaner, Rebecca L. Fiedler, & Scott Barber, “Building a free courseware community around an online software testing curriculum.” [SLIDES]. Poster Session at Inventions & Impact 2: Building Excellence in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Education, National Science Foundation / American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington DC, August 2008.

Cem Kaner, Rebecca L. Fiedler, & Scott Barber, “Building a free courseware community around an online software testing curriculum.” [SLIDES]. MERLOT conference, Minneapolis, August 2008.

Cem Kaner, “Authentic assignments that foster student communication skills” [SLIDES], Teaching Communication Skills in the Software Engineering Curriculum: A Forum for Professionals and Educators (NSF Award #0722231), Miami University, Ohio, June 2008.

Cem Kaner, “Comments on the August 31, 2007 Draft of the Voluntary Voting System Guidelines.” Submitted to the United States Election Assistance Commission, May 2008.

Cem Kaner and Rebecca L. Fiedler, “A cautionary note on checking software engineering papers for plagiarism.”IEEE Transactions on Education, vol. 51, issue 2, 2008, pp. 184-188.

Cem Kaner, “Software testing as a social science,” [SLIDES] STEP 2000 Workshop on Software Testing, Memphis, May 2008.

Cem Kaner & Stephen J. Swenson, “Good enough V&V for simulations: Some possibly helpful thoughts from the law & ethics of commercial software.” [SLIDES] Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Providence, RI, April 2008.

Cem Kaner, “Improve the power of your tests with risk-based test design.” [SLIDES] QAI QUEST Conference, Chicago, April 2008

Cem Kaner, “Risk-based testing: Some basic concepts.” [SLIDES] QAI Managers Workshop, QUEST Conference, Chicago, April 2008

Cem Kaner, “A tutorial in exploratory testing.” [SLIDES] QAI QUEST Conference, Chicago, April 2008

Cem Kaner, “Adapting Academic Course Materials in Software Testing for Industrial Professional Development.” [SLIDES] Colloquium, Florida Institute of Technology, March 2008

Cem Kaner, “BBST at AST: Adaptation of a course in black box software testing.” [SLIDES]. Workshop on Teaching Software Testing, Melbourne FL, January 2008.

Cem Kaner, “BBST: Evolving a course in black box software testing.” [SLIDES] BBST Project Advisory Board Meeting, January 2008

Cem Kaner, “The ongoing revolution in software testing,” [SLIDES] (presented at corporate client sites) October 2007

Cem Kaner, “Software-related measurement: Risks and opportunties,” [SLIDES] (presented at corporate client sites) October 2007

Cem Kaner & Sowmya Padmanabhan, “Practice and transfer of learning in the teaching of software testing,” [SLIDES] Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training, Dublin, July 2007.

Cem Kaner, “Law of Software Contracting: New Rules Coming,” [SLIDES] Conference of the Association for Software Testing, Bellevue, WA, July 2007.

Cem Kaner, “I speak for the user: The problem of agency in software development,” Quality Software & Testing Magazine, April 2007

Cem Kaner & Tim Coulter, “Creating an Open Certification Process,”Faculty Poster Session [POSTER page 1 page 2], Conference of the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE 2007), Covington, KY, March 2007.

Cem Kaner & Rebecca Fiedler, “Adaptation & Implementation of an Activity-Based Online or Hybrid Course in Software Testing.” Proposal to the National Science Foundation. Submitted January 10, 2007.

Cem Kaner, “Exploratory Testing.” (Keynote address) [SLIDES]. Quality Assurance Institute Worldwide Annual Software Testing Conference, Orlando, FL, November 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Developing Skills as an Exploratory Tester.” (Tutorial) [SLIDES] Quality Assurance Institute Worldwide Annual Software Testing Conference, Orlando, FL, November 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Developing software testing courses for your staff” (Tutorial) [SLIDES] in Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Open courseware and open certification in software testing,” [SLIDES] Conference of the Indianapolis Quality Assurance Association, October, 2006.

Cem Kaner, “The Nature of Exploratory Testing,” [SLIDES] Choices in IT conference. Columbus, OH, September, 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Inefficiency and Ineffectiveness of Software Testing: A Key Problem in Software Engineering.National Defense Industrial Association Workshop: Top 5 Software Engineering Problems or Issues Prevalent Within the Defense Industry, Washington DC, August, 2006.

Robert L. Glass, Ross Collard, Antonia Bertolino, James Bach, & Cem Kaner, “Software testing and industry needs,” IEEE Software, vol. 23, pp. 55-57, 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Career development, education, training and certification.” [SLIDES] Presentation at Progressive Insurance, July, 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Measuring the effectiveness of software testers.” [SLIDES] in Progressive Insurance. Cleveland, OH, 2006

Cem Kaner, “Exploratory testing after 23 years.” [SLIDES] [Keynote address] Conference of the Association for Software Testing, June 6, 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Creating Your Own In-House Software Testing Course.” [SLIDES] Conference of the Association for Software Testing , Indianapolis, OH, June 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Ethics and values in science, engineering and technology.” Proposal to the National Science Foundation. Approved for funding in July 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Curriculum & Course Design: Business Computing Curriculum as a Synergy Between Management, Software Engineering and Information Technology.” [SLIDES] April 2006

Cem Kaner, “Curricular support for software testing.” Proposal to the National Science Foundation. This was not approved for funding in 2006 but it is the best current statement of my teaching-related research goals.

Cem Kaner, “Notes for the Workshop on Combination Testing.” [SLIDES] Workshop on Combination Testing, Seattle, WA, January 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Software testing as a social science.” [SLIDES] Canadian Undergraduate Software Engineering Conference (CUSEC 2006), Montreal, Canada, January 19-21, 2006. More recent versions are Colloquium at Dalhousie University, May 2006; Toronto Association of Systems and Software Quality, October, 2006.

Cem Kaner, “Fundamental issues in software metrics.” [Tutorial] Canadian Undergraduate Software Engineering Conference (CUSEC 2006), Montreal, Canada, January 19-21, 2006

Cem Kaner & Rebecca Fiedler, “Blended learning: A software testing course makeover.” 11th Sloan-C International Conference on Asynchronous Learning Networks, Orlando, FL, November 2005.

Cem Kaner & Rebecca Fiedler, “Inside out: A computer science course gets a makeover.” [SLIDES] Association for Educational Communications & Technology International Conference, Orlando FL, October 2005.

Andy Tinkham & Cem Kaner, “Experiences teaching a course in programmer testing.” Agile 2005 Converence, Denver, CO, July 2005.

Cem Kaner & Rebecca Fiedler, “Testing library web sites for usability.” Journal of the American Association of School Librarians, Vol. 33(5), 29-31, 2005.

Sowmya Padmanabhan, Domain Testing: Divide & Conquer [Appendices] Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “The Ongoing Revolution in Software Testing” [SLIDES] Software Test & Performance Conference, Baltimore, MD, December 7-9, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “Legal Issues Included in the Outsourcing of Testing” [SLIDES] Quality Assurance Institute 25th Annual Software Testing Conference, Orlando, FL, October 18-22, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “Liability for defective contentACM SIGDOC’04, Memphis, TN, October 10–13, 2004.

Cem Kaner & Walter P. Bond, “Software engineering metrics: What do they measure and how do we know?10th International Software Metrics Symposium (Metrics 2004), Chicago, IL, September 14-16, 2004.

Pat McGee & Cem Kaner, “Experiments with high volume test automation.” Workshop on Empirical Research in Software Testing, International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis, Boston, MA, July 2004.

Cem Kaner, “Software testing as a social science.” [SLIDES] IFIP Working Group 10.4 meeting on Software Dependability, Siena, Italy, July 6, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “Spam & Taxes on E-Commerce: How are they Different? How are they Alike?” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) Policy Summit on Issues in Cyberspace: Cyberethics, E-Commerce, Spam, Center for State Policy & Leadership, University of Illinois at Springfield, June 17, 2004.

Cem Kaner, Walter P. Bond & Pat McGee, “High volume test automation.” [SLIDES] (Keynote Address) Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) East, Orlando, FL, May 20, 2004.

Cem Kaner & James Bach, “The nature of exploratory testing.” [SLIDES], Tampere, Finland, May 7, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “Teaching software testing.” [SLIDES] Presented at a meeting of Finnish University teachers of software testing, at the Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland, May 5, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “The past and future of software testing.” [SLIDES] Software Testing Day, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland, May 4, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “Accountability for defects in commercial software: Controversy over the ground rules” [SLIDES] Colloquium at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, April 7, 2004.

Cem Kaner & Sabrina Fay, “Teaching the black box testing course.” Poster session, Conference of the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE 2004), Norfolk, VA, March 3-7, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “Teaching the software testing course.” (Tutorial session) Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training 2004, Norfolk, CA March 3-7, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “Teaching domain testing: A status report.” [original, longer draft] Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training 2004, March 1-3, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “Carts before horses: Using preparatory exercises to motivate lecture material” [SLIDES] Workshop on Teaching Software Testing, Melbourne FL, February 6-8, 2004.

Cem Kaner, “Literature reviews.” [SLIDES] Unpublished presentation, Florida Institute of Technology, January 23, 2004.

Cem Kaner, Walter P. Bond & Pat McGee, “High volume test automation.” [SLIDES] (Colloquium) Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, October 31, 2003. (The slides are also a preview of my keynote address at STAR East 2004 on high volume test automation.)

Cem Kaner, “How many lightbulbs does it take to change a tester?” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October 13-15, 2003.

Ajay Jha & Cem Kaner, ” Bugs in the brave new unwired world.” Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October 13-15, 2003.

Andy Tinkham & Cem Kaner, “Learning styles and exploratory testing.” [SLIDES] Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October 13-15, 2003.

Cem Kaner & James Bach, “Black box software testing: Tutorial on test design.” [SLIDES] (Tutorial) Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October 13-15, 2003.

Cem Kaner, “Liability for defective documentation.” [SLIDES] ACM SIGDOC 2003, San Francisco, CA, October 12-15, 2003.

Cem Kaner, “The power of ‘What If…’ and nine ways to fuel your imagination: Cem Kaner on scenario testing.” Software Testing and Quality Engineering Magazine, Vol. 5, Issue 5 (Sep/Oct), p. 16-22, 2003. Original (more complete) version.

Cem Kaner, “The role of testers in XP.” [SLIDES] Initially on flipcharts at a workshop at the Agile Development conference, Salt Lake, UT, June, 2003. On slides at Bay Area XP meeting, Palo Alto, CA, August 2003.

Giri Vijayaraghavan & Cem Kaner, “Bug taxonomies: Use them to generate better tests.” [SLIDES] Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (Star East), Orlando, FL, May 12-16, 2003. (Received the Best Paper Award at STAR).

Cem Kaner, “Measuring the effectiveness of software testers.” [SLIDES slightly updated 2006 ] Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) East, Orlando, FL, May 12-16, 2003.

Cem Kaner, “What is a good test case?” [SLIDES] Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) East, Orlando, FL, May 12-16, 2003.

Andy Tinkham & Cem Kaner, “Exploring exploratory testing.” [SLIDES] Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) East, Orlando, FL, May 12-16, 2003.

Cem Kaner, “Fundamental challenges in software testing.” [SLIDES] Colloquium Presentation at Butler University, April 2003.

Cem Kaner, “The UCITA amendments: What do they mean? Part II.Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, March, p. 1 ff, 2003.

Cem Kaner, “How to answer essay questions in the graduate level Computer Sciences exams.” (Unpublished, used for presentations at Florida Tech for comprehensive exam preparation.) February, 2003.

Cem Kaner, “Assessment in the software testing course.” [SLIDES] Workshop on the Teaching of Software Testing (WTST), Melbourne, FL, February, 2003.

Cem Kaner, “The UCITA amendments: What do they mean? Part I.” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin. February, p.1 ff, 2003.

Cem Kaner, “Sexual harassment in the workplace.” [SLIDES] Association of Women in Computing, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, December 2002.

Cem Kaner, “XP, Iterative development, and the testing community.” (Featured column) www.stickyminds.com, October 21, 2002.

Giri Vijayaraghavan & Cem Kaner, “Bugs in your shopping cart: A taxonomy.” [SLIDES] 15th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, 2002. (Best Paper Award at Quality Week.)

Cem Kaner, (2002) “Effective bug reporting.” [SLIDES] (Tutorial session) 15th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, September, 2002.

Cem Kaner, (2002) “Paradigms of black box software testing.” [SLIDES] (Tutorial session) 15th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, September, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “A short course in metrics and measurement dysfunction.” [SLIDES] (Tutorial session) 15th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, September, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “Measuring the effectiveness of software testers.” [SLIDES] 15th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, September, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “Looking for your first job in software testing.” [SLIDES] Talk at Florida Tech, 2002.

Cem Kaner, & James Bach (2002) “Developing your testing approach: A context-driven analysis.” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) Rational User Conference, Orlando, FL, August 2002.

Cem Kaner, “Introduction to software testing.” (Tutorial session) Rational User Conference, Orlando, FL. August 2002. (NOTE: I designed and developed this course under contract to Rational. It is now taught by Rational/IBM trainers using my notes, slides and the videotape from this session. This is Rational’s introduction to testing within the Rational Unified Process.)

Cem Kaner, “UCITA: A disaster in progress.” IEEE Spectrum, Vol. 39, Issue 8 (August), p. 13-15, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “UCITA update.Computer Graphics, Vol. 36, Issue 2, p. 18-21, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “The proposed Florida Tech stored course policy.” Computer Graphics, Vol. 36, Issue 2, p. 15-17. 21-22, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “The context-driven approach to software testing.” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) East, Orlando, FL, May, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “Teaching computer ethics.” (Featured speaker) NSF Workshop on Teaching Computer Ethics, Golden, CO, May 20-24, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “Dimensions of excellence in a dissertation.” [SLIDES], Florida Institute of Technology, February, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “Update on UCITA.” (Invited address) National Association of Attorneys General, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “Issues in commercial law of interest to software engineering educators.” [SLIDES] (Tutorial session.) Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training, Cincinnati OH, February 25-27, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “UCITA will cause short- and long-term harm to the industry and the public.” Cutter Council Opinion (Business Technology Trends and Impacts Advisory Service) Volume 3, #1, 2002.

Cem Kaner, “Suggested amendments to UCITA.” Presented to the Meeting of the UCITA Standby Committee, Washington, DC, November 16-18, 2001.

Cem Kaner & James Bach, “Rapid test planning.” [SLIDES] Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) West, San Jose, CA, October, 2001.

Cem Kaner, Elisabeth Hendrickson & Jennifer Smith-Brock , “Managing the proportion of testers to (other) developers.” [SLIDES] Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October, 2001. (Essentially the same paper was presented at 14th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, June, 2001.)

Cem Kaner & James Bach “Developing the right test documentation.” [tutorial] 14th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, June, 2001. Also presented at Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October, 2001.

Cem Kaner. “Teaching testing: A skills-based approach.” [SLIDES] 14th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, June, 2001.

Cem Kaner & James Bach, “Exploratory testing in pairs.” [SLIDES] Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) East, Orlando, FL, May, 2001. Also presented at Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (Star) West, San Jose, CA, October, 2001.

Cem Kaner, Letter to Chris Hart, Florida House of Representatives, analyzing UCITA, October 21, 2001.

Cem Kaner, “UCITA and proposed revisions to UCC Article 2: New rules for software transactions.” Underwriters Laboratories meeting to review safety standard for embedded software, September, 2001.

Cem Kaner, “Help review the curriculum for a university degree in software testing.Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (Star) East, Orlando, FL, May, 2001.

Cem Kaner, “Proposed Amendment to proposed Article 2-103(m), defining ‘Receipt‘.” Annual Meeting of the American Law Institute, May 15, 2001.

Cem Kaner, “Measurement issues and software testing.” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) Proceedings of the QUEST 2001 Segue Software User’s Conference, Orlando, FL, April 2001.

Cem Kaner, “Business ethics and electronic mail.” [SLIDES] Florida Tech Business Ethics Conference, April, 2001.

Phil Koopman & Cem Kaner, “The Problem of embedded software (Part 2).” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, April, 2001.

Phil Koopman & Cem Kaner, “The Problem of embedded software (Part 1).” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, February and March 2001.

Andy Grosso, Cem Kaner & Carlyle Ring, “UCITA: Have You Ever Read Your Shrinkwrapped License?” [SLIDES] (Debate) ACM Conference on the Future of Computing, Freedom & Privacy, Cambridge, MA, March 8, 2001.

Cem Kaner, “UCITA and small business.” Lobbying document, prepared December 18, 2000.

Phil Koopman & Cem Kaner, “Proposed Article 2 revisions fall short for embedded software.” Presented to the Meeting of the Uniform Commercial Code Article 2 Drafting Committee, St. Louis, MO, November, 2000.

Cem Kaner, “Legislation & embedded software: Fundamental ambiguities in law and Computer Science.” [SLIDES] (Colloquium) Holy Cross College, 2000.

Cem Kaner, “Measurement of the extent of testing.Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October, 2000.

Cem Kaner & Johanna Rothman, “Managing testing resources: Five suggestions for the project manager.” PMI ISSIGreview, Vol. 10, Number 4 (October), 2000.

Cem Kaner, “Architectures of test automation.” [SLIDES] Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (Star) West, San Jose, CA, October, 2000.

Cem Kaner, “Recruiting software testers.” (Tutorial session) Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) West , San Jose, CA, May 2000.

Cem Kaner & David Pels, “Comments of Cem Kaner & David Pels.” Technology Warranty Project, United States Federal Trade Commission, Washington, D.C. October, 2000.

Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, “Software Test Managers’ Roundtable.” (Meeting handbook), Software Test Managers’ Roundtable, October 2000.

Cem Kaner, “The new legal regime, bad software, & a place for certification.” [SLIDES] (Tutorial session) Second International Software Assurance Certification Conference, Reston VA, September, 2000.

John Knight, Nancy Leveson, Lori Clarke, Michael DeWalt, Lynn Elliott, Cem Kaner, Bev Littlewood & Helen Nissenbaum. “ACM task force on licensing of software engineers working on safety-critical software: Draft report, July 2000.” July 2000. See also http://www.acm.org/serving/se_policy/safety_critical.pdf

Cem Kaner, “Bug Advocacy.” [SLIDES] July, 2000.

Brian Marick, James Bach & Cem Kaner, “A manager’s guide to evaluating test suites.” 13th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, June, 2000.

Cem Kaner, “Recruiting software testers.” (Tutorial session) Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) East, Orlando, FL, May 2000.

Cem Kaner, “An outline for software testing outsourcing.” [SLIDES] Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) East, Orlando, FL, May 2000.

Cem Kaner, “Why you should oppose UCITA.” Computer Lawyer, Vol. 17, Issue 5 (May), , p. 20ff, 2000. http://www.badsoftware.com/claw2000.htm

Cem Kaner “Rethinking software metrics: Evaluating measurement schemes.” Software Testing & Quality Engineering. Vol. 2, Issue 2 (March) p. 50-57, 2000.

Cem Kaner, “Law of software quality.” [SLIDES] (Tutorial session) Software Management Conference, San Jose, CA, March, 2000.

Cem Kaner, “Successful staffing: Recruiting software testers (Part 2).” Software Development, Vol. 8, Issue 1 (January), p. 53 ff, 2000.

Cem Kaner, “Software engineering & UCITA.” John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law. Vol. XVIII, Issue 2 (Winter), p. 435-546, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Successful staffing: Recruiting software testers (Part 1).” Software Development, Vol. 7, 12 (December), p. 62 ff. 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Software test automation: A real-world problem.” (Colloquium) Allegheny College, Meadsville, PA, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “UCITA: The economics of bad software.” Minneapolis Bar Association MCLE, Minneapolis, MN, November, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “UCITA: Key consumer issues.” [SLIDES] (Invited address) National Consumer Law Conference, Arlington, VA, November, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “UCITA: Key consumer issues.” (Invited address) 4CITE meeting, Washington, D.C., November, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “UCITA: A new way to promote social irresponsibility.” [SLIDES] (Invited address) Annual Meeting of the Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, Berkeley, CA, October, 1999.

Cem Kaner & James Bach, “Paradigms of black box software testing.” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) West, November, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Yes, but what are we measuring?” (Invited address) Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Closing notes on UCITA.” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, October, 1999, p. 1.

Cem Kaner, “Giving advice about book contracts.” Training Seminar For National Writers Union Contract Advisors, Oakland, CA, September, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Requirements for test documentation.” (Invited address) Quality Assurance Institute Annual International Quality Conference, Orlando, FL., September, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Concise test planning.” (Tutorial session) Quality Assurance Institute Annual International Quality Conference, Orlando, FL., September, 1999. Also, tutorial session, Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October, 1999.

Cem Kaner & Bob Johnson, “Styles of exploration” [SLIDES]. Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #7, Los Altos, CA, July 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Recruiting software testers.” [SLIDES] Quality Assurance Institute Annual International Quality Conference, Orlando, FL., September, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “A response to: Why software professionals should support the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (and what will happen if they don’t)” (Solicited response for Software Quality Professional’s website) July, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Computer software and UCC litigation.” [SLIDES] Annual Meeting of the American Trial Lawyers Association, San Francisco, CA, July, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Debating notes: Objections to UCITA.” Handout prepared on request for use by voting commissioners during the final UCITA floor debate, Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, Denver, CO, July 1999.

Sharon M. Roberts & Cem Kaner, “Self-help under UCITA.” Circulated at the Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, (Papers circulated at NCCUSL meetings are neither officially presented nor officially sanctioned), Denver, CO, July, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “E-Commerce provisions in the UCITA and UETA.” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, p.1 ff, July, 1999.

Cem Kaner & David Pels, “UCITA: A bad law that protects bad software.” (Op-Ed) Network World, July, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Why Writers Should Actively Oppose The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act.National Writers Union Delegates Assembly, New York, NY, June, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “The future of software liability.” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) 16th International Conference and Exposition on Testing Computer Software, Washington, D.C., June, 1999.

Cem Kaner & James Bach, “Paradigms of black box software testing.” 16th International Conference and Exposition on Testing Computer Software, Washington, D.C., June, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Why software quality professionals should oppose UCITA.” Software Quality Professional, May/June 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Don’t use bug counts to measure testers.” Software Testing & Quality Engineering, May/June, 1999, p. 80.

Cem Kaner, “Facing the future: The law.” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) 12th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Jose, CA, May, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Status report on US software quality laws.” 12th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Jose, CA, May, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Interviewing software testing job candidates.” 12th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Jose, CA, May, 1999.

Cem Kaner & D. Hoffman, “Thoughts on oracles and software test automation.” 12th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Jose, CA, May, 1999.

Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, “Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing: The LAWST HANDBOOK.” Spring, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “A bad law for bad software — And What We Can Do About It.” [SLIDES] Silicon Valley Software Quality Association, Cupertino, CA, April 13, 1999; also at Boston Area Software Process Improvement Network, Boston, April 18, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Legal issues in Y2K support.” [SLIDES] Proceedings of the Support Services Conference & Expo, Washington, D.C., March 31, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Bad software: The need for investment in mass-market software quality.” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) BOSCON 99 (American Society for Quality, Boston, annual conference), Newton, MA, March, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Concise test planning.” (Tutorial session) BOSCON 99 (American Society for Quality, Boston, annual conference), Newton, MA, March, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “UCITA: Problems for buyers and developers.” (Colloquium) Roger Williams University School of Law, Bristol, RI, March, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “UCITA /Article 2B: Problems for buyers and developers.” Alameda County Bar Association MCLE, Oakland, CA, March, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Recruiting software testers.” Software Management conference, San Jose, CA, February 17, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Software liability” in J. Voas, J. Payne, B. Preppernau, & C. Kaner, Software testing: Building infrastructure, due diligence, and OO systems. Training video published by the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Bad software.” [SLIDES] Special Libraries Association, Santa Clara, CA February 1999.

Cem Kaner & David Pels, “Safe shopping for computer software.” Trial, February, 1999, p. 42.

Cem Kaner, “Article 2B—Report from the November 13-15, 1998 meeting, Part 2.” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, p. 1, February, 1999.

Cem Kaner, “Article 2B—Report from the November 13-15, 1998 meeting, Part 1.Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, p. 1, January, 1999.

Sharon M. Roberts & Cem Kaner, “Letter on Article 2B self-help” to NCCUSL and the ALI, December 21, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Y2K–365 days and counting or, Y2K before the hammer drops.” Silicon Valley Software Quality Association, Cupertino, CA, December 8, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Article 2B and reverse engineering.” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, p. 1, November, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “The problem of reverse engineering.” Software QA, Vol. 5, #5, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Comments on Article 2B.” Letter memo the the UCC Article 2B drafting committee in response to a call for comments/analysis to be considered at the UCC Article 2B Drafting Committee meeting, November, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Testing undocumented software under impossible deadlines.” [SLIDES] Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (STAR West, San Diego, CA, October 30, 1998; also at Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) East, Orlando, FL, May 1999.

Cem Kaner & David Pels, “Collaboration between support staff and testers.” [SLIDES] Proceedings of the Support Services Conference & Expo, San Francisco, September 9, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Year 2000, how can I sue thee? Oh, let me count the ways.” [SLIDES] Proceedings of the Support Services Conference & Expo, San Francisco, September 9, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “New laws will govern software quality.” [SLIDES] Proceedings of the Support Services Conference & Expo, San Francisco, September 9, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Liability for product incompatibility.” Software QA, Vol. 5, #4 (August/September), p. 33, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Escaping liability for bad software: A new law governing software quality.” (Keynote address) Quality Assurance Institute Regional Software Quality Conference, Seattle, WA, June 4, 1998. Also presented at Sacramento Software Quality Assurance group meeting, Sacramento, CA, September 21, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Consumer concerns about Article 2B.” Circulated at the American Bar Association Annual Meeting (This presentation was not officially sanctioned), Toronto, August, 1998.

Todd Paglia, Adam Eisgrau, Jonathan Tasini, Charles McManis, Cem Kaner, & Jonathan Band, “UCC Article 2B: The other side of the story.” [Handout 1 Quality Cost] [Handout 2 Reverse Engineering] [Handout 3 Worst-Case License (Enforceable Under 2B)] (Tutorial session) Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, (This tutorial was not officially sanctioned), Cleveland, July 26, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Article 2B and consumers,” Circulated at the Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (Papers circulated at NCCUSL meetings are neither officially presented nor officially sanctioned), Cleveland, July, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Article 2B and quality/cost analysis.” Circulated at the Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (Papers circulated at NCCUSL meetings are neither officially presented nor officially sanctioned), Cleveland, July, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Article 2B and reverse engineering.” Circulated at the Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, (Papers circulated at NCCUSL meetings are neither officially presented nor officially sanctioned), Cleveland, July, 1998. Reprinted in Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, p. 1, November, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Article 2B.” California State Bar UCC Committee, Burlingame, CA June 5, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Concise test planning.” 11th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, May 29, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Year 2000, how can I sue thee? Oh, let me count the ways!” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) 11th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, May 27, 1998. Reprinted in Software QA, Vol. 5, #3 (June/July) p. 18, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Avoiding shelfware: A manager’s view of automated GUI testing.” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference (STAR) East, Orlando, FL, May 6, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Bad software—Who is liable?” (Invited address) Proceedings of the American Society for Quality’s 52nd Annual Quality Congress, Philadelphia, May, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Contracts for Y2K services: Traps for the software testing consultantSoftware QA, Vol. 5, #2 (April/May) p. 24, 1998.

Cem Kaner and David Pels, “Copyright laws and Y2K maintenance” Innovations in Software Support: Journal of the Software Support Professionals Association, p. 2, April, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Article 2B and quality/cost analysis“and “A bad law for bad software.”[SLIDES] Conference on the Impact of Article 2B, UC Berkeley, April 23-25, 1998.

Jean Braucher, Holly Towle, Carlyle Ring, Joel Wolfson, Daniel S. Coolidge & Cem Kaner, “Debate: Proposed Article 2B and the software or information customer.” ABA Section of Business Law 1998 Spring Meeting, St. Louis, MO, April 4, 1998.

A. Lazzarini, B. Sihanya, C. Kaner, & S. Rachaagan, “Consumer input in establishing a framework of consumer protection to enhance fair trading and equity in the global market place.” 44th Annual Conference of the American Council on Consumer Interests, Washington, D.C., March 27, 1998.

Cem Kaner, Brian Lawrence, & R. Johnson, “SPLAT! Requirements bugs on the information superhighway.” Software QA, vol. 5, #1 (February/March) p. 18, 1998. Republished as “A look at requirements bugs on the information superhighway.” EDI FORUM: The Journal of Electronic Commerce, Vol. 11, #4, p. 74 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Test documentation: Thoughts from the 3rd Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing.” [SLIDES] 3rd Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing, Los Altos, CA, February 1998.

Cem Kaner, “Speedbump on the information superhighway: The insecurity of digital signatures.” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, February, p.1 1998.

Cem Kaner & Bob Johnson, “Notes on e-mail receipt.” Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws’ Uniform Electronic Transactions Act Drafting Committee, Dallas, TX, January 9-11, 1998.

Cem Kaner & Todd Paglia, “A list of concerns about proposed Article 2B.” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, June, p. 1, 1998. (Reprint of letter to American Law Institute outlining the consumer community’s priorities for its Executive Council meeting, December, 1997.)

Cem Kaner, “Software Liability.” Software QA,Vol. 4, #6, 1997

Cem Kaner, “New laws to govern software: A look at the thinking behind the laws.” Bay Area Round Table — UC Irvine, Irvine Research Unit in Software, Palo Alto, CA, December 12, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Restricting competition in the software industry: Impact of the pending revisions to the Uniform Commercial Code.” [SLIDES] Cyberspace Lawyer, Vol. 3, #3 (May) p. 11 1998. (Reprinted from Proceedings of Ralph Nader’s conference, Appraising Microsoft, Washington, DC, November, 14, 1997.)

Cem Kaner, “The Impossibility of complete testing.” [SLIDES] Washington Software Association, QA SIG, Redmond, WA, November 7, 1997.

Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, “Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing.” (Handout for a Birds of a Feather Session) Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, November, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Status report: New laws that will govern software quality.” [SLIDES] Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, Portland, OR, October 28, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Article 2B is fundamentally unfair to mass-market software customers.” Circulated to the American Law Institute for its Article 2B review meeting. October 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Legal issues related to software quality.” [SLIDES] (Keynote address) Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Software Quality: Annual Meeting of the American Society for Quality, Software Division, Montgomery, AL, October 8, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Article 2B’s Treatment of mass-market licenses.” Circulated at the Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, (Papers circulated at NCCUSL meetings are neither officially presented nor officially sanctioned), Sacramento, CA, July 31, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Concise test planning.” Washington Software Association QA SIG, Redmond, WA, July 14,1997. Also presented to the Software Association of Oregon, QA SIG, Portland, OR, January, 1998, and to the Seattle Area Software Quality Assurance Group, January 15, 1998.

Cem Kaner, “The impossibility of complete testing.” Software QA, Volume 4, #4, p. 28, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Legal issues related to software quality.” Software Quality, #2, p.1, 1997-98.

Cem Kaner, “Improving the maintainability of automated test suites.” Software QA, Volume 4, #4, 1997. (Also published in Proceedings of the 10th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, May 28, 1997.)

Cem Kaner, “UCC Article 2B.” Queen’s Bench, San Francisco, CA June 24, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “A review of draft Article 2B of the Uniform Commercial Code.” Prepared for the National Writers Union, distributed to the Annual Meeting of the National Writers Union, Philadelphia, PA, June 18, 1997.

Cem Kaner & David Pels, “Software customer dissatisfaction.” Software QA, Volume 4, #3, p. 24, 1997.

Cem Kaner & Robert Gomulkiewicz, “Moving toward a usable warranty of merchantability.” Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws’ Article 2B Drafting Committee, Cincinnati OH, May 30-June 1, 1997.

Cem Kaner & David Pels, “Article 2B and software customer dissatisfaction.” Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws’ Article 2B Drafting Committee, Cincinnati OH, May 30-June 1, 1997.

Brian Lawrence, Cem Kaner, Tom Arnold, & Doug Hoffman, “Improving the maintainability of automated test suites.” (Panel session), 10th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, May 28, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Software quality-related law.” (Tutorial session) 10th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, May 27, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “GUI regression automation.” Washington Software Association QA SIG, Redmond, WA, May 20, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Checklist for software testing outsourcing, Draft 0.87.” (Tutorial session) Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (STAR), May 8, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Practical and legal issues in outsourcing testing.” [SLIDES] Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (STAR), May 8, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Pitfalls and strategies in automated testing.” IEEE Computer, April, 1997, p. 114.

Cem Kaner, “Contracts for testing services: Settling disagreements.” Software QA, Volume 4, #2, 1997.

Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, “UCC changes pose problems for developers.” IEEE Software, March/April 1997, p. 139.

Cem Kaner & Michael Kurtz, “Software contracting: Proposed revisions to the UCC.” [SLIDES] MCLE seminar sponsored by the High Tech Law Section of the Santa Clara County Bar Association, March 31, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Not quite terrible enough software: Remarks at the 1997 Software Engineering Process Group conference.” (General Session, debate with Raymond Nimmer) Annual Meeting of the Software Engineering Process Group (SEPG 97), San Jose, CA, March 18, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Liability for bad software and support.” [SLIDES] Support Services Conference East, Nashville, TN, March 12, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “Proposed Article 2B: Problems from the customer’s view: Part 2: List of Key Issues.” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, February, 1997, p. 1.

Cem Kaner, “Proposed Article 2B: Problems from the customer’s view: Part 1: Underlying Issues.” Uniform Commercial Code Bulletin, January, 1997, p. 1.

Cem Kaner, “Remedies provisions of Article 2B.” Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws’ Article 2B Drafting Committee, Redwood City, CA, January 10-12, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “What is a serious bug? Defining a material breach of a software license agreement.” Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws’ Article 2B Drafting Committee, Redwood City, CA, January 10-12, 1997.

Cem Kaner, “What is a software defect?” Software QA, Volume 3, #6, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Privacy problems in Article 2B.” Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws’ Article 2B Drafting Committee, Tampa, FL, November 22-24, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Liability for bad software and support.” Software Support Professionals Association Executive Briefing, San Diego, CA, October 3, 1996.

Cem Kaner & David Pels, “User documentation testing: Ignore at your own risk.” Customer Care, Volume 7, #4, p. 7, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Contracts for testing services: Warranty and indemnification.” Software QA, Volume 3, #5, p. 20, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Releasing bad software: How to minimize your company’s risk.” Silicon Valley Software Quality Association, Santa Clara, CA, July 9, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Negotiating testing resources: A collaborative approach.” 9th International Software Quality Conference (Quality Week), San Francisco, CA, May, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Software negligence and testing coverage.” (Keynote address) Software Testing, Analysis & Review Conference (STAR), Orlando, FL, p. 313, May 16, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Computer malpractice.” [original] [updated for the ACM task force, 2000] Software QA, Volume 3, #4, p. 23, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Warranty and liability hypotheticals for UCC Article 2B.” Meeting of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws’ Article 2B Drafting Committee, Philadelphia, PA, April 26-28, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Liability for defective content.” Software QA, Volume 3, #3, p. 56, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Bad software.” Washington Software Association, Bellevue, WA, March 26, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Uniform Commercial Code Article 2B: A new law of software quality.” Software QA, Volume 3, #2, p. 10, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Quality cost analysis: Benefits and risks.” Software QA, Volume 3, #1, p. 23, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Grievance report: Beware of sharing your ideas online – response by Cem Kaner.” Hearsay (newsletter of the Bay Area Local of the National Writers Union), p. 3, January, 1996.

Cem Kaner, “Liability for defective documentation.” Software QA, Volume 2, #3, p. 8, 1995.

Cem Kaner & James Bach, “Getting the most from outsourced testing.” The STL Report, November/December 1995.

Cem Kaner, “Software negligence and testing coverage” (updated). Software QA Quarterly, Volume 2, #2, p. 18, 1995.

Cem Kaner, “Software quality & the law.” The Gate (newsletter of the San Francisco Section of the American Society for Quality Control), July, 1995, p. 1.

Cem Kaner, “Software & negligence.” Bay Area Quality Assurance Association, San Francisco, June 22, 1995.

Cem Kaner, “If you could change only one thing . . .” Washington Software Association QA SIG, Redmond WA, May 11, 1995.

Cem Kaner, Testing Computer Software, Course Videotapes, ST Labs, 1995.

Cem Kaner, “The design of problem tracking systems.” Quality Week Conference, San Francisco, CA 1989.

Cem Kaner, “Playtesting and quality assurance.” Computer Game Developers Conference ’88, Milpitas, CA, 1988.

Cem Kaner, “Test planning for consumer software.” Quality Week Conference, San Francisco, CA 1988.

Cem Kaner & John R. Vokey, “Subroutine master.” Nibble, p. 46-75, November 1985.

Cem Kaner & John R. Vokey, “A better random number generator.” Micro, p. 26-35, June 1984.

Cem Kaner, Auditory and visual synchronization performance over long and short intervals, Doctoral Dissertation, McMaster University, 1983.

John R. Vokey, & C. Kaner, “Print control for Apple printers.” Micro, p. 24-29, March, 1983.

Cem Kaner & John R. Vokey, “Modifying Apple’s floating point BASIC.” Compute, p. 147-152, May, 1982.

John R. Vokey & C. Kaner, “Disassembling machine language programs without leaving BASIC.” Compute, p. 68, February, 1982.

Bennet G. Galef & C. Kaner, “Establishment and maintenance of preference for natural and artificial olfactory stimuli in juvenile rats.” Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 94, 588-595,1980.

Cem Kaner, Serge G. Mohanty & John C. Lyons, “Critical values of the Kolmogorov-Smirnov one-sample tests.” Psychological Bulletin, 88, p. 498-501,1980.

Cem Kaner & John C. Lyons, “Tables and power comparisons for different versions of the Kolmogorov-Smirnov and Schuster statistics.” Technical Report No. 67, Department of Psychology, McMaster University, 1979.

Cem Kaner, Robert Osborne, Harvey Anchel, Mark Hammer, & Abraham H. Black, “How do fornix-fimbria lesions affect one-way active avoidance behavior?86th convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, 1978.

CHAIRED WORKSHOPS

Workshop on Software Evolution, (Paolo Tonella, Chair; Cem Kaner, Program Chair), Chicago, IL, September 11, 2004.

Workshop on Performance & Reliability (Ross Collard, Cem Kaner & Scott Barber, co-hosts), Chicago, IL, September 8-10, 2004.

Software Test Managers’ Roundtable #9 (Outsourcing of Software Testing ) (Cem Kaner & Scott Barber, co-hosts), Melbourne, FL, May 21-23, 2004

Workshop on the Teaching of Software Testing (WTST 3) (James Bach & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Melbourne, FL, February 6-8, 2004.

Mountain Enterprise Testing Roundtable (METRO 1), (Lisa Anderson, Steve Tolman & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Salt Lake City, UT, June 23-24, 2003.

Software Test Managers’ Roundtable #8 (Assessing the Effectiveness of Software Testers) (Cem Kaner, host), Orlando, FL, May 11-12, 2003.

Workshop on the Teaching of Software Testing (WTST 2) (James Bach & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Melbourne, FL, February 6-8, 2003.

Austin Workshop on Test Automation #1 (Architectures of Test Automation), (Bret Pettichord & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Austin, TX, January 25-27, 2003.

Software Test Managers’ Roundtable #6 (Measuring Performance of Individual Testers), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Orlando, FL, May 17-19, 2002.

Austin Workshop on Test Automation #3 (How to Create Realistic Load Tests), (Bret Pettichord & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Austin, TX, April 20-21, 2002.

Workshop on the Teaching of Software Testing (WTST 1) (James Bach & Cem Kaner, co-hosts),, Melbourne, FL, February 8-10, 2002.

Software Test Managers’ Roundtable #5 (How To Deal With Financially Challenging Times? Measuring Your Test Group’s Effectiveness), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), San Jose, CA October, 2001.

Software Test Managers’ Roundtable #4 (Rapid Testing), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Orlando, FL, May, 2001.

Wolrkshop on Patterns of Software Testing (POST 2), (Brian Marick & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Melbourne, FL, April 2001.

Workshop on Heuristic & Exploratory Techniques (WHET 2), (Demonstrating Exploratory Techniques), (James Bach & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Front Royal, VA, March 2001.

Florida Workshop on Model-Based Testing, [Handbook], (James Whittaker & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), February, 2001.

Austin Workshop on Test Automation #2 (Design for Testability), (Bret Pettichord & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Austin, TX, January 2001.

Software Test Managers’ Roundtable #3 (Staffing Models), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), San Jose, CA, October, 2000.

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #11 (Patterns and Web-Related Testing), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Sunnyvale, CA, October 2000.

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #10 (Testers’ Notebooks), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Cupertino, CA, June, 2000.

Software Test Managers’ Roundtable #2 (Measuring the Extent of Software Testing), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Orlando, FL, May 2000.

Austin Workshop on Test Automation #4 (Building and Using Test Interfaces), (Bret Pettichord & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Austin, TX, April 2000.

Austin Workshop on Test Automation #1 (Architectures of Test Automation), (Bret Pettichord & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Austin, TX, April 2000.

Workshop on Heuristic & Exploratory Techniques (WHET 1), (Paired Exploratory Testing), (James Bach & Cem Kaner, co-hosts), Front Royal, VA, March 2000.

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #9 (Grey Box Testing), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Sunnyvale, CA, March, 2000.

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #7 (Exploratory Testing), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Cupertino, CA, July 10-11,1999.

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #8 (Measurement in Software Testing), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), December 4-5,1999.

Software Test Managers’ Roundtable #1 (Dealing with too many projects and not enough resources), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), San Jose, CA October 30-31,1999.

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #6 (Software Testability), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Los Altos, CA, February 20-21,1999.

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #5 (A Framework for Test Automation Oracles), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), San Diego, CA, October 24-25, 1998.

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #4 (When should tests not be automated?), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Los Altos, CA, May 30-31, 1998

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #3 (Test Documentation), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Los Altos, CA, February 7-8, 1998.

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #2 (Requirements Analysis for Automated Testing), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Los Altos, CA, July 11-12, 1997.

Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing #1 (Improving the Maintainability of Automated Tests), (Cem Kaner & Brian Lawrence, co-hosts), Los Altos, CA, February 1-2, 1997.

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