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Agile Training Courses

Lean-Agile Testing Methodology, Processes & Automation · 2 days [T5]

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Lean-Agile Testing Methodology, Processes & Automation · 2 days [T5]

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Learn how to use an effective agile testing approach including collaborative test strategising, test planning for short iterations, exploratory testing and agile-friendly test automation.

Duration: 2 days / 4 evenings / 14 hours
Audience: Functional testers, Test Developers, QA/Test Managers, Developers, Scrum Masters
Certification: Upon training completion. ISTQB Agile Tester certification upon passing an exam.
Courseware licensing: 3 months or perpetual

Learning cases and testing katas:
 Apply agile values and methods to testing
Define target quality and link this with business value
 Use testing quadrants to strategize and divide ownerships
✓ Collaborate with developers for a joint test strategy
✓ Plan testing when iterations are short
✓ Deal with evolving requirements
✓ Use exploratory testing in a scientific way
✓ Create smart test suites for frequent regression testing
✓ Make test automation agile-friendly

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AGILE AND TESTING FOUNDATIONS

1 · Agile Concepts

  • Agile Manifesto and Agile values
  • Scrum flow
  • Agile vs traditional - pros and cons
  • Quality and the project triangle

2 · Quality, Defects, Tests and Agile

  • Software quality
  • Defects: faults and failures
  • Why traditional test strategies are not suitable for agile
  • Cost of (not) fixing a defect
  • Test dimensions

TEST PROCESS TRANSFORMATION

3 · Team & Test Process Transformation

  • Agile testing pipeline
  • New test dimensions
  • A paradigm shift in test automation
  • New testing roles
  • New test case design approaches

4 · Agile Testing Strategies

  • Release and iteration test planning
  • Fitting the test activities inside the iteration
  • Frequent regression testing
  • Integration of manual and automation test strategies

TEST PLANNING & EXECUTION

5 · Testing to Support the Team

  • Unit testing
  • Integration testing
  • Functional story testing
  • Story acceptance testing

6 · Testing to Critique the Product

  • System testing
  • End-to-end testing
  • Exploratory testing
  • Ux testing
  • Non-functional testing

TOOLS AND AUTOMATION

7 · Agile Testware and Tools

  • Test strategy and planning tools
  • Test case and test suite management
  • Defect management
  • Test results reporting
  • Test metrics and iteration readiness assessment

8 · Agile-Friendly Test Automation

  • Test automation approaches
  • Unit testing frameworks (including NUnit, JUnit)
  • Acceptance testing frameworks (including FitNesse)
  • Model-based Testing
  • Advanced best practices for test automation

LANGUAGES
Dutch, English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish

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