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Fundamentals of Software Testing and Quality Assurance
Overview

This two day course provides an introduction to Software Testing and Quality Assurance concepts needed to provide a good background to testing. Participants will be introduced to various testing models and processes enabling them to make efficient and effective use of their time. A Case Study is included to demonstrate the techniques.

Objectives

After the completion of the course, participants would be able to:

  • Why testing is completed
  • Quality characteristics
  • Various development methodologies
  • How to write a test plan
  • Test types to be considered
  • Effective and efficient test writing techniques
  • Test execution
  • Defect creation
  • Coverage measurement
  • Exploratory testing
Audience

Junior Testers with between 1 and 3 years of experience.
Developers needing to know something about testing.
Test Automators who require an understanding of the theory and practice of testing.
Test Leads or Managers without a background in testing.


Course duration

2 Days

Course outline

Section A - Introduction
  • Logistics and introductions of instructor and participants.
  • Course expectations from participants.
Section B - What is testing and what is testing trying to accomplish?
  • Definitions and Purpose of Quality and Testing
  • Characteristics of Quality
Section C - Development Methodologies
  • Waterfall - description and impact on testing
  • V-Model - description and impact on testing
  • W-Model - description and impact on testing
  • Agile Methods; Agile Testing Quadrants and Testing requirements
  • Test Driven Development - three laws; development impacts; advantages
Section D - Test Planning
  • Test Plans - Why; IEEE definition
  • Test Plans in the SDLC
  • Contents of a Test Plan
  • Test Techniques - Intuition and Experience; Requirement and Specification Testing; All Pairs;
  • Code Based Testing; Fault Based Testing; Combining Techniques
  • Black, White and Grey Box Testing
  • Testing Techniques
  • Verification and Validation
  • Peer Reviews
  • Desk Checks, Reviews, and Walkthroughs
  • Inspection Processes
  • Matrices
  • Definitions and uses of the following types of testing: Integration; System-Integration; Smoke;
  • Non-Functional; Configuration; Compatibility; Conversion; Functionality; User Acceptance;
  • Volume; Stress; Response Time; Load; Storage; Usability; Reliability; Recovery; Documentation;
  • Procedure
  • Purpose of Testing
  • Relative cost of errors
  • Testing Trap
  • Regression Testing
Section E - Test Case Contents
  • Static Information
  • Dynamic Information
  • Traceability to Requirements
  • Examples of Bad and Good Test Cases
Section F - Writing Test Cases - Equivalence Classes
  • Definition of Equivalence Classes
  • Exercise on Equivalence Classes
Section G - Writing Test Cases - Boundary Value Analysis
  • Definition of Boundary Value Analysis
  • Exercise on Boundary Value Analysis
Section H - Writing Test Cases - Based on Requirements
  • Objective Method
  • Exercise on Objective Method
Section I - Executing Test Cases
  • Test Suites
  • Test Scenarios
  • Test Runs
Section J - Defect Contents
  • Defect Contents
  • Non . Defect Contents
  • Examples of Bad and Good Defects
Section K - Coverage Techniques
  • Black Box Coverage
  • White Box Coverage
  • Classification of Testcases
  • Exercise on Classification of Testcases
Section L - Exploratory Testing; Pair Testing
  • Pair testing process
  • Exploratory Testing
  • Exercise on Exploratory Testing
Section M - Review and Wrap Up
  • Improve the process
  • Review and wrap up

 
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