The Programmer's Guide to Quality Assurance is now available digitally on Kindle.
As I mentioned in my original announcement, The Programmer's Guide to Quality Assurance is a book on testing and quality assurance aimed at programmers, not quality assurance professionals. It's about software developers taking ownership of the quality process instead of merely reacting to it. It covers your role in software quality, building in quality, testing your own work, functional testing, hostile testing, automated testing, analyzing & debugging, fixing bugs completely, and bug causes & remedies. Lack of software quality is a rampant problem; programmers need to be part of the solution instead of part of the problem.
The Kindle edition of this 275-page book is only US $9.99, which makes it very affordable to give each developer on your team a copy. If you've already purchased the paperback edition, you can get the Kindle edition at a lower price through Amazon's MatchBook program.