Attendees will practice their new skill sets with supporting exercises. We will also discuss other test case design considerations including test level strategies (unit, integration, system, user acceptance), testing beyond functional requirements (e.g., usability, regression, configuration, performance, security, installation/un-installation), high-level strategies such as risk-based, state-based, Implementation-based, and how the Unified Modeling Language (UML) development models can support test case design, including the value of Use Cases to today’s quality professional. Attending a Boot Camp for Software Testers or Effective Methods of Software Testing – Test Planning is recommended but not mandatory.
If you are looking at reviewing for, or pursuing, the Certified Software Tester (CSTE) professional certification, then check the CSTE Exam Study Course.
Present test strategies, techniques and models to support test case design
Particular focus on:
- Equivalence Partitioning
- Boundary Analysis
- Decision Tables
- Review UML development models for test case design.
Note: While this course addresses some areas of the CSTE common body of knowledge examination, it is not designed as a study course, check out our CSTE Exam Study Course.
Who Should Attend
- Individuals with responsibilities such as:
- Software Testers
- Software Test Managers
- Software Developers
- Business Analysts
- Project Leaders
Schedule & Registration
*All listed Canada public training course prices in CAD + applicable taxes. All listed USA public training course prices in USD. Registration prices include course materials, lunch & breaks each day, and a certificate of completion. Hotel and travel arrangements are the responsibility of the attendee.
- Courses are private and personalized. Maximize the effectiveness of the course by tailoring the training to the specific needs and interests of your team. This ensures that the course remains relevant to your team and your unique project needs.
- Per person costs are significantly lower. Save an average of 40% – 60% on per person costs as compared to equivalent public course attendance by eliminating attendee travel costs and associated venue fees.