Software testing is always situation and context based, and priority driven. Also, relevant key stake holders that include client and senior management demand to complete software testing in lesser time and also, using fewer test resources. These practicalities demand test practitioners to make a major strategic decision on selecting the right test approach as part of their ongoing struggle on doing superior testing by using optimum test resources. However many of them do not have proper handy information on these approaches and also on what approach to select and when to select. This comprehensive workshop is designed to address this requirement. The course is designed to address many practical questions and dilemmas faced by test practitioners on use, value, importance, and benefits of Agile test approaches.
Agile Testing workshop aims to introduce the concepts behind this methodology. Workshop will provide insight into various stages, practices, tools related with Agile Testing. Workshop will also present case studies from practitioners and hence the results and benefits of using Agile Testing for a variety of purposes. Workshop will also cover briefly the extensions to Agile Testing like BDD and TDD as a practice is integrated with Agile/SCRUM methodologies.
• Development Teams
• Testing Teams
• Project Leads
• Technical Solution Architects
By attending this workshop, participants will learn practices that would help in implementing and also, refining agile testing in projects.
Agile Testing – A Typical Process
Agile Test Management
Agile Testing Life Cycle
Agile Testing: Non-Technical Attributes
Summary & Conclusion
“Overall very good training and very informative”, Anuroop J R - UEI Electronics Pvt Ltd Senior Test lead
“Good and informative“, Srinivasa Rao, Srishti Software
“Useful and interesting session”, Albert Raja - Mobius Knowledge Services - Program Manager
"The trainer made a highly complex subject matter much easier to comprehend using real life examples and explained things to the level that most of us could understand"