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Professional Testing Methods  

Explore test case development for the two most fundamental types of software testing: black box and white box.

Competencies:
  • Write test cases using hands-on experience with the product, a written or oral description of the functionality, and without access to the source code
  • Write test cases based on an understanding of how the functionality is coded, and access to the source code
  • Develop straightforward DOS-based scripts which show fundamental understanding of how scripting is utilized to perform common scripted testing operations
  • Write a wide variety of industry standard test cases that enable testers to verify feature functionality in priority order

Explore test case development for the two most fundamental types of software testing: black box and white box. Learn the techniques involved in both as you practice writing and applying test cases, developing scripts and using a wide variety of techniques to find bugs in software systems.

Understand how access to the source code influences the types of actions performed in the testing environment. Course topics include testing type, code coverage, error checking and transition modeling.

Prerequisite:
  • Principles of Software Testing or equivalent knowledge
  • C# Programming: Level 1 or equivalent knowledge

 

Item: W8326
CEUs:  2.7
Schedule: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM, 9 M W - 2/24/2021 - 3/24/2021

Instructor(s):  John Beswetherick
Location: ONL   Room:
Online courses require an internet connection and the ability to interact both through audio and video using either a web cam/microphone, speakers/headset using a computer or via a mobile phone connection. Any costs associated with connectivity or equipment are the responsibility of the student.

Total cost: $849.00

 

 

 

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