About Diploma in Software Tools Testing

Testing is a critical phase of Software Development Life Cycle. Manual testing is the process in which the defects are identified, isolated, subjected for justification and ensure that the product is defect-free, in-order to produce quality product. However it requires the necessary knowledge such as about different types of manual testing, software development life cycle. In this course you will learn everything that is required from a good manual tester.

The course starts with an overview of the concepts of software testing. Then, you will learn that time testing should begin in the life cycle of software development to save resources. After that, you will learn about the difference between testing and validation. The strengths, weaknesses and defects of a V model and fault model program will be also known to you.
A student will learn the various functional test types such as unit, integration, blackbox, blank box, system and regression. The techniques of blackbox test design are also discussed in detail, such as the special value assessments, combination testing, decision-table testing, pairs or all-pairs testing methods. In addition, you will learn the various techniques of whitebox testing, including modified condition and coverage (MC / DC) testing and path testing.
This course helps you to master the various techniques and tools used in software testing. You learn to determine which test case is best used and when to use this during the life-cycle of software development. This saves you time, effort, money and other resources while ensuring the quality of testing software products. Register now and proceed to become a test software expert.


Diploma in Software Tools Testing Highlights

Course Duration

6 Months

(4 Months course and 2 months Project)

Learners

50000

Delivery Mode

Online

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WHO WILL BENEFIT

Students
Engineers
Systems programmers
Coding Enthusiast

COURSE CURRICULUM

Module 01 : Basic concepts
Brief Intraduction to Software Systems and SDLC

  • alt text Basic Testing Vocabulary
  • alt text Quality Assurance versus Quality Control
  • alt text The Cost of Quality
  • alt text Software Quality Factors
  • alt text How Quality is Defined
  • alt text Why Do We Test Software?
  • alt text What is a Defect?
  • alt text The Multiple Roles of the Software Tester(People Relationships)
  • alt text Scope of Testing
  • alt text When Should Testing Occur?
  • alt text Testing Constraints
  • alt text Life Cycle Testing
  • alt text Independent Testing
  • alt text What is a QA Process?
  • alt text Levels of Testing
  • alt text The “V” Concept of Testing
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Module 02

  • a. Testing Techniques
  • alt text Structural versus Functional Technique Categories
  • alt text Verification versus Validation
  • alt text Static versus Dynamic Testing
  • alt text Examples of Specific Testing Techniques
  • b. Test Administration
  • alt text Test Planning
  • alt text Customization of the Test Process
  • alt text Budgeting
  • alt text Scheduling
  • c. Create the Test Plan
  • alt text Prerequisites to test planning
  • alt text Understand the Characteristics of the Software Being Developed
  • alt text Build the Test Plan
  • alt text Write the Test Plan
Module 03
  • alt text Test Cases:
  • alt text Test case Design
  • alt text Building test cases
  • alt text Test data mining
  • alt text Test execution
  • alt text Test Reporting
  • alt text Defect Management
  • alt text Test Coverage – Traceability matrix
  • Test Metrics – Guidelines and usage
  • Test reporting
  • alt text Guidelines for writing test reports
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Module 04: Test Tools used to Build Test Reports
  • a. Managing Change
  • alt text Software Configuration Management
  • alt text Change Management
  • b. Risks
  • alt text Risk Analysis and Management with examples
  • c. User Acceptance testing
  • alt text in detail explanation with details
  • d. Case Study
  • alt text How to test web, stand alone and database applications – with examples
  • e. Help with resume and testing interview skills
  • f. Automation Testing Basics
  • alt text Basics of automation testing – why, when and how to perform automation testing
  • alt text Factors for choosing a particular tool
  • alt text An overview for the major functional testing tools
  • alt text Overview of Test management and bug tracking tools