Agile Testing Training
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Programme and Course Overview
This practical course is an introduction to Agile Testing, which will empower the participants to take Agile Testing from concept to practice in their own daily routine. It will prepare test professionals that are moving from a more traditional way of working into Agile Development and will give them the knowledge and confidence to make this transition successfully.
The attendees will learn how to overcome common cultural and logistical obstacles in the transition to an Agile Development process. They will be introduced to values and principles that help testers adopt an Agile Testing mindset and learn how the whole team contributes to the success of any testing practice, including test automation. Attendees will experience how to complete testing activities in short iterations, how to contribute on a daily basis, during each iteration and release cycle, and how to incorporate test management strategies.
Through interactive exercises, real-life examples and group discussions you will learn good strategies for driving development with both executable and manual tests, how to avoid common pitfalls and about the many other ways Agile testers add value.
Module 1: Traditional Testing vs. Agile Testing
Traditional testing model - Why it doesn't work
QA Test Engineering
Module 2: The New World Order
New High Impact Practices
Mixing both Philosophies
Module 3: The QA -> SDET Transformation
The Agile Tester
Quality Partnership Program
4 Levels of Planning/Grooming
Agile Approach to Integration Testing
Incremental Regression Testing
Module 4: Sustenance Engineering
Reports, Metrics, Automation
Module 5: Summary and Review
Target Group & Prerequisites
Professional testing experience is recommended to get the most from this course.
Keep in mind that Agile Testing is a team effort, and all (future) members of Agile Teams will benefit from understanding their contribution to the test process and the interaction with test specialists on their team
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