Testing is our primary means of reducing risks when systems and software fail to do what they are supposed to and/or do what they are not supposed to do. Test design involves first identifying what tests are needed to inspire confidence that the product/system/software works and,second how to carry out those tests. Risks are prioritized to determine which of many potential tests will be performed in limited available time. Traditional testing, which is reactive, tends to miss many potential risks, so that not only does testing not control them but they are also more likely to occur. This course introduces well-known traditional test design methods as well as powerful Proactive Testing techniques that identify many ordinarily-overlooked risks, while enabling the testing of higher risks at an earlier.The Exercises aid learning.

Pre-Requisites: Focused specifically for beginner to mid-level IT Engineers, QA professionals and Developers.

Proactive Testing Training gives you clear understanding on how to estimate issues and solve them before it turns into a problem. The course follows a curriculum by professionals. The course is mostly on practicality than theoretical.

Proactive Testing Training subscription provides a year of access to 13+ hours of videos with instructor prepared scripts and interview related questions and lifetime access to the proactive testing discussion forum.

Trainer : Robin Goldsmith.

Proactive Testing Content

  • 1. Introduction, Course Topics and Value
  • Role and need for testing
    Why so many defects occur and fail to be caught
    Developer vs. independent tester
    Opportunities and rewards

  • 2. Proactive Test Design Benefits
  • Traditional reactive testing limitations
    Proactive Testingâ„¢ Life Cycle, advantages
    Keys to effective testing.

  • 3. Proactive vs. Reactive Test Design
  • IEEE Standard for Test Documentation
    Often-overlooked key to proper prioritizing
    Master and detailed test plans
    Test design specifications
    Test case specifications
    Structuring’s added benefits when Proactive

  • 4. Identifying Needed Test Designs
  • Functional (black box) testing
    Three-level approach to functional testing
    Keys for thoroughness
    Breaking down to manageable pieces
    Functionality Matrix technique
    Use case perspective
    Technical software actions
    Test design specifications that are needed.

  • 5. Designing Tests More Thoroughly
  • How designing adds thoroughness
    Traditional test design still misses a lot
    Focused brainstorming for a better start
    Checklists and guidelines to fill the gaps
    Tests based on data formats
    Coverage of data and process models

  • 6. Identifying More Overlooked Test Conditions
  • Decision trees and tables
    Concerns common to all types of testing
    Equivalence classes and partitioning
    Ranges and boundary testing
    GUI and navigation issues
    Often-overlooked other dimensions to test

  • 7. Making Test Designs Reusable
  • Formal/informal test design specifications
    Wordsmithing to make more reusable
    Extracting the reusable elements
    Atomic (simpl reusable test designs
    Business (complex) reusable test designs
    Enhancing with system-specific tests

  • 8. Specifying (Reusable) Test Cases
  • Translating test designs into test cases
    Selecting scaled subset based on risk
    Reusable test case specifications
    Other essential test case component
    Finding and creating test data
    Test script and matrix formats
    Adding execution consideration refinements
    Link to driving effective automated tests

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