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.


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

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

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