Radical Technologies
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Trainer Profile : Having 8 years experience in Testing (Manual and automation like QTP,QC). Working with MNC in Pune.

Training Highlights: Trainings are tought with Real time Scenarios & Assignments

Duration of Training : 4 weekends


Manual testing helps discover and record any software bugs or discrepencies related to the functionality of the product.Manual testing can be replaced by test automation. It is possible to record and playback manual steps and write automated test script(s) using Test automation tools. Although, test automation tools will only help execute test scripts written primarily for executing a particular specification and functionality. Test automation tools lack the ability of decision-making and recording any unscripted discrepancies during program execution. It is recommended that one should perform manual testing of the entire product at least a couple of times before actually deciding to automate the more mundane activities of the product.Manual testing helps discover defects related to the usability testing and GUI testingarea. While performing manual tests the software application can be validated whether it meets the various standards defined for effective and efficient usage and accessibility.


Chapter 1:Testing Fundamentals

What is testing?
Why is testing necessary?
Economics of Testing

Black Box Testing
White Box Testing   

Software Testing Principles
STLC (Software Testing Life Cycle)

Chapter 2: Testing throughout the software life cycle

Software Development models

Waterfall model
V – Model
Spiral model
Prototype model (RAD)
Agile methodology

Chapter 3: Static Techniques

Reviews and the test process

Review Process
Inspections and Walkthroughs
Code Inspection

Chapter 4: Test Design Techniques

Identifying test conditions and designing test cases
Categories of test design techniques
Specification-based or black-box techniques

Boundary Value Analysis
Decision Table Testing
Equivalence Partitioning
State Transition Testing
Use Case Testing

Structure-based or white-box techniques

Code Coverage
Decision Coverage
Statement Coverage
Structural Testing

Experience-based techniques

Error Guessing
Exploratory Testing

Choosing a test technique

Chapter 5: Test Management

Test Organization
Test Plans, Estimates, and strategies
Test progress monitoring and control
Configuration Management
Risk and Testing
Incident Management

Chapter 6: Other Testing Types

Function Testing
Volume Testing
Stress Testing
Usability Testing
Security Testing
Performance Testing
Configuration Testing
Reliability Testing
Recovery Testing

Chapter 7: Introducing Quality Center

The Quality Center Testing Process
Starting Quality Center
The Quality Center Window

Chapter 8: Specifying Releases and Cycles

Defining Releases and Cycles
Viewing Releases and Cycles

Chapter 9: Specifying Requirements

Defining Requirements
Viewing Requirements
Modifying Requirements
Converting Requirements

Chapter 10: Planning Tests

Developing a Test Plan Tree
Designing Test Steps
Copying Test Steps
Calling Tests with Parameters
Creating and Viewing Requirements Coverage

Chapter 11: Running Tests

Defining Test Sets
Adding Tests to a Test Set
Scheduling Test Runs
Running Tests Manually
Viewing and Analyzing Test Results

Chapter  12: Adding and Tracking Defects

How to Track Defects
Adding New Defects
Matching Defects
Updating Defects
Linking Defects to Tests
Creating Favorite Views


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