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Fundamentals of Test Process,Planning & Business Requirements


Three days workshop focuses on Testing fundamentals which is a must for any test team for quality control/assurance. Second day focus more on identifying the Business requirements which is a key factor for testing team's success, as without understanding business target no team can formulate a process of testing. Third day is mainly putting down the test requirements into action for test planning, this involve a 4 hours interactive workshop of test plan writing.

Take Away :

• Strong understanding of Software Testing Basics
• Understanding of Test flow
• Understanding of building software and Test requirements
• Test planning hands on and Test strategy documentation
• Verification detail
• 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- Software Testing Fundamentals and Best Practices Day 2- Discovering Business Requirements Day 3- Test Planning Workshop
Introduction of Software Testing Understanding the Relationship of Business /User / Software Requirements Basic definition and Understanding of Testing and related planning
Software Test life Cycle The parties involved in generating requirements What is test planning
Requirements (use-case, scenario, prototypes) for testing Common approach and value of requirements Parties involve in Test Planning
Test design concepts, test case/script, test data development Use Case definitions of Requirements When test planning is required
What is testable and what is non-testable Do user understand their need? Why test planning is required
Positive and Negative Testing Who should utter to know the real requirements is it business or system? How the test is planned and it's relationship with Test strategy
Test Execution and defect management Problem Pyramid tool to get the requirement on flow Writing a test Plan
Test status Brain storming, prototyping, survey, PoC Introduction
Verification and Validation The requirement documentations in each level of SDLC Target, Scope
Levels of testing – Unit, Integration, System Basic guideline for documentation Process and phases, goal, milestones involved
User acceptance Basic ambiguity analysis Roles/responsibilities, involvements
Conclusion and Audience questions The requirement and scope of projects Test environments
Test artifacts
Communication protocol
Risk Management
Project/company specific standard

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