Practical Software Testing
There are many training courses offering a solid grounding in the theory and practice of software testing but software testers attending these courses often struggle to apply what they have learnt when they return to the workplace. This gap between theory and practice is known as the "testing gap".
This two-day course is designed to bridge the "testing gap". It is aimed at software testers who need a practical approach to User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and System Integration Testing (SIT) that can be applied to software projects in the real world.
The course is presented by an experienced software tester who shares a wealth of practical tips and recent project experience with participants during the course.
Who should attend?
- Test Managers, Test Engineers, Testers, Quality Assurance Staff
- Business Analysts, Business Systems Analysts, Systems Analysts, Functional Analysts
- User Representatives, Project managers, Program Managers
- Software Engineers, Developers, Requirements Engineers, Requirements Analysts, Human Factors Specialists
- Process Engineers, Software Engineering Process Group (SEPG) Staff, Methodologists, Process Improvement Staff
- The problem with software testing
- A framework for better understanding software testing
- Planning User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and System Integration Testing (SIT)
- Feature testing
- End-to-end testing
- Date-based testing
- Exploratory testing
- Managing the UAT and SIT Effort
Who are our trainers?
Phil Robinson from
Lonsdale Systems will operate this course.
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