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Effective Test Planning, Executing and Improvements

Indroduction:

Three days workshop focuses on testing planning effectiveness which is a important activity to ensure that test process if followed as per agenda and requirements. Second day shows the key understanding to select critical test cases for execution and be ready when time is short for testing. Third day is mainly describe more on key process and measurements, metric which describe the health of software testing and related product.

Take Away :

• Test management to control the end to end test activities
• Factors which are key to success and strong consideration in test planning
• Understanding Test case sorting based on priority and minimize testing as and when require.
• Monitor and control testing process and activities with measurement techniques
• Solving their organizational problems

Target Audience: :

Test Engineers, Senior Test engineers, Test Lead, Test manager, Project manager, requirement analyst, QA engineers

Duration :

3 Days

Course Contents

Day 1-Effective Test Planning Day 2-Selecting and Executing the Most Critical Test Cases Day 3-Test Process Measurements and Improvement
Testing basic & Life-cycle Industry standard Test Process What a process is, and is not, why it matters
Test Planning agenda Test Design Techniques (BVA, EC, EG) General maturity model concepts
Goal of testing for Customer, development, testing Risk Analysis Why individual test process models are needed
Test Planning Test Execution Strategies Model vs. methodology
Test Design / Development Identifying the most important tests Key area mapping to methodology
Test Execution Applying Risk Analysis and rating TPI ® Model structure key areas, levels
Evaluation / defect management Test Set Reduction Techniques Internal vs. external assessments
Test process - continuous improvement Regression Testing of Legacy Systems Adding structure to checkpoints judgments
Test Deliverable Impact Analysis Level-1 presumed priority key areas
Test Planning Test Execution Test strategy
Types of plans (Unit-Integration-System functional) Monitoring and controlling Test Progress Life-cycle model
Why plan When are we done? Test specification techniques
Who uses the test plan? Test stop criteria Reporting
Useable test plans Must pass test suit creation for internal and external acceptance Defect management
Basic questions Reporting and Tracking Bugs Test process management
What-When-Where-why-Who-How Test Management tools Level-2 presumed priority key areas
Project time line Moment of involvement
Dependencies Level-3 presumed priority key areas
Test objectives Estimating and planning
Test schedule Test automation
Template and checklists Test environment
Assumptions Test training
Test resources Static test techniques
Test Project Risk Base and Calculated Metrics
Test Process and strategy Evaluation of Metric
Test tools Root cause Analysis
IEEE standards Need for measures and baselines up-front
Audience's problem solving Q & A Evaluating effectiveness and efficiency of testing
Ongoing monitoring and adjustment
Reporting, using measures to improve

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