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ISEB/ISTQB Foundation Software Testing Training in Chennai

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About ISEB/ISTQB Foundation Software Testing

  • The Foundation Level qualification is intended for any person/professional who is employed or concerned with in software testing. These people includes in roles such as testers, test analysts, test engineers, test consultants, test managers, user acceptance testers and software developers.
  • Foundation Level qualification is also suitable for anyone who would aspire a basic understanding of software testing, roles such as project managers, quality managers, software development managers, business analysts, IT directors & management consultants. This is a perfect for attaining additional benefits & understanding of wishing to understand what is entailed in Software Testing.
  • Aim
    The objectives & achievement of the completing ISEB/ISTQB Foundation in Software Testing training course are:
  • Preparing students for the ISEB Foundation Certificate in Software Testing based on the current ISTQB syllabus
  • Improve understanding of software testing, the purpose and nature in order to raise the awareness of issues that is around testing
  • To enhance & provide a professional qualification
  • That is recognised by employers, customers/clients
  • To introduce various test techniques (static, white box and black box) to students as well as to provide practical experience and some key techniques to use
  • To learn and understand its terminology
  • To provide a complete picture in understanding of the test activities and its processes used from requirements review to system implementation & to discover good sources of information
  • To enable software suppliers to appoint certified testers as well as gain commercial advantage over their competitors by advertising their tester recruitment policy
  • Comparison of testing skills across different countries, testers are to move across country borders more easily and multinational/international projects that are of common understanding of any testing issues.
  • Examination
    The course as a whole is a three day course and on the final day of the course, an examination will be taken place. This Software Testing Foundation training course is based on the current ISTQB syllabus. The course prepares students for the multiple choice examination for the qualification.
    There are six components of this course which consists of:
  • Fundamentals of testing
  • Testing throughout the life cycle
  • Static test
  • Techniques
  • Test design techniques, Test management and Test tools
  • Course Contents

    Understanding the fundamentals of testing software:
  • Questioning as to why testing is necessary harm caused by defects in software
  • What are the root causes
  • Testing & quality assurance
  • What testing is & its elements
  • General testing principles
  • Fundamental test process and psychology behind the testing
  • Testing throughout the software life cycle:
  • Software developmental models needed
  • Relationship between development test activities & work products in the development life cycle,
  • Project and product characteristics and contexts
  • Test levels, objectives, typical object and targets of testing
  • Functional and non-functional testing
  • Structured and change related testing
  • Confirmation & regression testing
  • Maintenance testing
  • Impact analysis in maintenance
  • Static techniques:
  • Reviews and test processes
  • Software work products and the different static techniques to use
  • Importance & value of static techniques
  • The difference between static and dynamic techniques
  • Test management:
  • Test organisation
  • Independent testing
  • Tasks of a typical test leader and the testor
  • Test planning and its estimation
  • Standard for Software Test Documentation (EEE 829)
  • The factors that influences the effort related to testing estimation approaches (metrics-based and expert based)
  • Test preparation & execution tasks
  • Use of exit criteria
  • Test progress monitoring and control
  • Metric and reports
  • Configuration management
  • Risk and testing
  • Incident reporting and management reporting
  • Tool support for testing:
  • The types of test tools to use
  • Effective use of tools
  • Potential benefits and risks involved
  • Introducing a tool into an organisation
  • Typical formal review process
  • Different view of review
  • Informal review
  • Technical review
  • Inspection
  • Eexplaining the factors for a successful performance of reviews taken
  • Static analysis used by tools
  • Defects and errors that are recognised by static analysis
  • Typical code and design defects that is known
  • Test design techniques
  • Identifying the test condition and test cases
  • Categories of test designs
  • Specific based ( black box) and the structure based (white box)approaches
  • Equivalence portioning boundary value analysis
  • Decision tables
  • State transition diagrams
  • Use of case testing
  • Structured testing by use of white box testing techniques
  • Code coverage
  • Statement and decision coverage
  • Control flows using statement testing and decision testing
  • Experience based techniques
  • Choosing the techniques to use
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