Online Software Testing Training with Live Projects


Online Software Testing Course Syllabus and Training Plan
Week 1
Brief introduction to software systems and SDLC
Basic concepts
Basic Testing Vocabulary
Quality Assurance versus Quality Control
The Cost of Quality
Software Quality Factors
How Quality is Defined
Why Do We Test Software?
What is a Defect?
The Multiple Roles of the Software Tester(People Relationships)
Scope of Testing
When Should Testing Occur?
Testing Constraints
Life Cycle Testing
Independent Testing
What is a  QA Process?
Levels of Testing
The “V” Concept of Testing
Week 2:
Testing Techniques
Structural versus Functional Technique Categories
Verification versus Validation
Static versus Dynamic Testing
Examples of Specific Testing Techniques
Test Administration
Test Planning
Customization of the Test Process
Budgeting
Scheduling
Create the Test Plan

Prerequisites to test planning
Understand the Characteristics of the Software Being Developed
Build the Test Plan
Write the Test Plan
Week 3:
Test Cases:
Test case Design
Building test cases
Test data mining
Test execution
Test Reporting
Defect Management
Test Coverage – Traceability matrix
Test Metrics – Guidelines and usage
Test reporting:
Guidelines for writing test reports
Week 4:
Test Tools used to Build Test Reports
Managing Change
Software Configuration Management
Change Management
Risks – Risk Analysis and Management with examples
User Acceptance testing – in detail explanation with details
Case Study: How to test web, stand alone and database applications – with examples.
Help with resume and testing interview skills.
Software Testing Training Course Week 5:
Automation Testing Basics
Basics of automation testing – why, when and how to perform automation testing
Factors for choosing a particular tool
An overview for the major functional testing tools
Overview of Test management and bug tracking tools
Contact
K.Boopathikumar
919698548633
www.trainingtrains.in
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