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Agile and Scrum Course Content

Pre-requisite: Focused specifically for beginner to mid-level IT Engineers, QA professionals and Developers.
Course Details:

Chapter 1 : Introduction, Course Topics and Value

  • Role and need for testing
  • Why so many defects occur and fail to be caught
  • Developer vs. independent tester
  • Opportunities and rewards

Chapter 2: agile and scrum Test Design Benefits

  • Traditional reactive testing limitations
  • agile and scrum Testing™ Life Cycle, advantages
  • Keys to effective testing

Chapter 3: agile and scrum vs. Reactive Test Design

  • IEEE Standard for Test Documentation
  • Often-overlooked key to proper prioritizing
  • Master and detailed test plans
  • Test design specifications
  • Test case specifications
  • Structuring’s added benefits when agile and scrum

Chapter 4: Identifying Needed Test Designs

  • Functional (black box) testing
  • Three-level approach to functional testing
  • Keys for thoroughness
  • Breaking down to manageable pieces
  • Functionality Matrix technique
  • Use case perspective
  • Technical software actions
  • Test design specifications that are needed

Chapter 5: Designing Tests More Thoroughly

  • How designing adds thoroughness
  • Traditional test design still misses a lot
  • Focused brainstorming for a better start
  • Checklists and guidelines to fill the gaps
  • Tests based on data formats
  • Coverage of data and process models

Chapter 6: Identifying More Overlooked Test Conditions

  • Decision trees and tables
  • Concerns common to all types of testing
  • Equivalence classes and partitioning
  • Ranges and boundary testing
  • GUI and navigation issues
  • Often-overlooked other dimensions to test

Chapter 7: Making Test Designs Reusable

  • Formal/informal test design specifications
  • Wordsmithing to make more reusable
  • Extracting the reusable elements
  • Atomic (simple) reusable test designs
  • Business (complex) reusable test designs
  • Enhancing with system-specific tests

Chapter 8: Specifying (Reusable) Test Cases

  • Translating test designs into test cases
  • Selecting scaled subset based on risk
  • Reusable test case specifications
  • Other essential test case component
  • Finding and creating test data
  • Test script and matrix formats
  • Adding execution consideration refinements
  • Link to driving effective automated tests
February 7, 2017
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