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Software Testing - Syllabus, Fees & Duration

MODULE 1

  • Software development life cycle
  • SDLC development models
  • Water fall model
  • Evolutionary development model
  • Agile model
  • Test driven development
  • Scrum model

MODULE 2

  • Types of automation
  • Unit test, integration, system testing
  • GUL testing, API testing, load testing
  • Smoke /sanity testing importance
  • Regression/ Functional testing

MODULE 3

  • Uses cases for testers
  • Writing good use cases
  • Elevator, mobile, phone, pen, coffee vending machine
  • List of technologies
  • Black box test technology
  • Boundary value analysis
  • Equivalence class partition
  • Error guessing
  • White box test technology
  • Statement coverage
  • Condition coverage
  • Path coverage
  • Branch coverage
  • Types of test cases
  • Positive and negative cases
  • UI test cases
  • Usability test cases
  • Field validation
  • Functional test cases

MODULE 4

  • Test plan document
  • Title
  • Revision history
  • Objective of document
  • Scope of document
  • Objective of testing
  • Metric collection
  • Project description
  • Critical functionality
  • Test data requirement
  • Features not to be used
  • Test environment
  • Training requirements
  • Effort estimation
  • Resource requirement
  • Scheduling
  • Test strategy
  • Input/ entry criteria
  • Exit criteria
  • Test suspension and resumption criteria
  • Test completion criteria
  • Acceptance criteria
  • Bug classification
  • Test deliverables
  • Standards to be followed
  • Risk analysis

MODULE 5

  • Bugs
  • Bug classifications
  • Bug template
  • Bug tracking
  • Bug tracking tools
  • Bug life cycle
  • Statues for bug life cycle

MODULE 6

  • JAVA
  • OO concepts
  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance
  • Abstract classes, interface, final
  • Polymorphism
  • Overriding, overloading, this, super, constructor
  • General
  • Collection
  • Lists, sets, revise basic algorithms if time permits
  • Exception handling
  • JDBC

MODULE 7

  • Log4J
  • ANT
  • SVN
  • HUDSON
  • JIRA, Bugzilla
  • JUNIT, Test NG
  • Other languages
  • SQL
  • PERL
  • UNIX

MODULE 8

  • Mercury quick test pro
  • Introduction
  • Recording
  • Object repository
  • Standard checkpoints
  • Database checkpoints need to look
  • Parameterization
  • Data drove testing
  • Output values
  • Actions
  • Descriptive programming

MODULE 9

  • Load testing (load runner)
  • Fundamentals of load runner
  • Planning an effective load test
  • Load runner installation
  • Virtual user generator scripting
  • Recording and playback
  • Action and transactions
  • Parameters, checkpoints correlation
  • Advanced correlation
  • Enhance V user output log
  • Error handling
  • Introduction to scenarios
  • Using run-time setting
  • Scenarios execution
  • Scheduling scenarios
  • Performance monitors
  • Result analysis
  • Building effective load test scripts
  • Load runner hand on exercises

MODULE 10

  • Test management tools
  • Adding test requirements
  • Create tests
  • Executing test case manually
  • Analyze project progress
  • Run tests and analyze the results
  • Report and trace defects
  • Document generator
  • Executing test scripts remotely and more
  • The test case with requirements
  • Descriptive programming

MODULE 11

  • Manual testing real project
  • Take a real project and do the following in different phases of the QA lifecycle
  • QA basic
  • Requirement
  • Test plan
  • Sizing
  • Test case
  • Bug lifecycle
  • Log- with log4j
  • Build
  • Boundary value analysis and equivalence partitioning
  • End and end testing
  • Status reporting
  • UAT
  • Production check out

MODULE 12

  • OR
  • SOR
  • Basic of web syntax
  • Descriptive programing
  • Functions
  • Functional library
  • Excel integration
  • Option explicit
  • Loop
  • Original identifier
  • Get TO property
  • Get RO property
  • Showing manual test script
  • Error handling using script
  • Recovery scenario
  • Download Syllabus - Software Testing (Automation)

MODULE 1

  • What is Software testing?
  • Importance of Software testing
  • How to conduct Software testing.
  • Basic terminology of Software testing
  • Manual Testing Process
  • Difference between Manual and Automated Testing
  • Software testing Roles and Responsibilities

MODULE 2

  • Software development life cycle and various SDLC Models
  • Requirements phase
  • Analysis phase
  • Design phase
  • Coding phase
  • Testing phase
  • Release and maintenance phase
  • Software Development life cycle models
  • Waterfall model
  • Drawbacks of waterfall model
  • Spiral model
  • V model
  • Big bang model
  • RAD model
  • Interactive model

MODULE 3

  • Software test design techniques
  • Static test design
  • Informal reviews
  • Walkthroughs
  • Technical review
  • Inspection
  • Dynamic test design
  • White-box testing
  • Black box testing
  • Grey box testing

MODULE 4

  • Testing levels
  • Functional level
  • Unit testing
  • Integration testing
  • System testing
  • Regression testing
  • Acceptance testing
  • Non-functional
  • Performance testing
  • Load testing
  • Security testing
  • Portability testing

MODULE 5

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