Bay Area September Batch - QA Manual Software Testing Training in Fremont
Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, December 28, 2014 at 3:30 PM (PDT)
|Course Name||Course Type||Fees||Start Date||Days of the Week|
QA - Manual Testing
(Original Price $749)
|21-Sep-2014||Sun 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM PST
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Your registration fee guarantees you a seat. The course Schedules are subject to change and/or cancellation. Each course requires minimum number of student's enrollment to start the course. Advanced registration required for instructor led courses. The non-returnable registration fee for each course is $49. When you join the course you will pay the remaining payment where the registration pay will be used against the course fee. If you have additional questions use contact us page and leave your question along with your e-mail id and phone number.
We only take 15 students per batch in our on-site Fremont location. So, please register and reserve your seat ahead of time.
If you are in a hurry and can't wait for next course to start, buy our self-study materials. We'll promptly subtract your self-study material fee against the course fee..
This course runs for nine weeks, 4 hours per week with 15 min break, covers in-depth techniques to get started your career on QA Manual Testing. There is no pre-requisite required to attend this course.
We provide onsite instructor led batches for this course. Course contents are subject to change. Please look the schedules page for current start date of the courses and fees information. Click here to contact us for any questions and you can reach us at 1-510-991-7591. Due to limited seats availability register and pay for the course at least a week before to guarantee a seat for you.
Bring your own laptop. All the installation instructions and step by step guide is provided to you ahead of time. Install the required softwareâ€™s and/or tools ahead of time for the next week. This will allow covering the course materials instead of wasting time on installation during the course.
You will learn fundamentals of Software Testing and how it is used in different type of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) like Agile, Waterfall, and V-Model, etc.
You will learn the buzzwords used in the QA industry. You will understand how to create test cases, and you will create test cases using Noah's Classifieds Application. You will discuss and learn how to create User Acceptance Test Cases (UAT) in the business/product ownerâ€™s point of view.
You will register and create a new user in TestLink (Test Management tool). In later classes you will be shown how to use the Test Link to create test suite and test cases in TestLink Application. You will learn how to track the bug and how to link/assign the bug within TestLink Application.
Â· Creating manual test cases for Noahâ€™s classified application
Week two focuses on Testing Techniques (Black Box Testing and White Box Testing) and different types of testing. In this week you will learn the Black Box testing technique with different types of testing.
We will also discuss about the stand alone application testing process and web application testing approach. You can install osTicket Application and explore the application and create test cases both functional and non-functional (UI test cases). Also you will create and account in the BugZilla tool, explore the tool and create the test cases in the test link and how to track the bug and how to link/assign the bug.
Ã˜ Black Box Testing
Ã˜ White Box testing
Ã˜ Gray Testing
2. Types of Testing
Ã˜ UI Testing
Ã˜ Functional Testing
Ã˜ Unit Testing
Ã˜ Integration Testing
Ã˜ Ad hoc Testing
Ã˜ Smoke Testing
Ã˜ Automation Testing
Ã˜ Creating Test Cases and Test Suite
Ã˜ Creating a Project (admin functionality)
Ã˜ Creating test cases manually in TestLink
Ã˜ Importing Excel test cases in TestLink
Ã˜ AgeProblem â€“ Black Box and White Box Testing
Ã˜ Calculator â€“ UI Testing
We will continue with different types of testing this week, by installing different add-ons in different browsers and implement with different examples.
You will install and learn how to useFirebug, Link Checker, YSlow, MeasureIT and HTML Validator add-ons.
1. Install NotePad++
2. Install 7-Zip
3. Install Firefox
4. Installing Useful Firefox Add-ons
1. Testing Types Continued
Ã˜ Load Testing / Performance Testing
Ã˜ DB Testing
Ã˜ Scenario Testing
Ã˜ Regression Testing
Ã˜ Browser Testing
2. Testing Tools
Ã˜ Using Firebug
Ã˜ Using YSlow
Ã˜ Using Link Checker
Ã˜ Using Measure It
Ã˜ Using HTML Validator
Ã˜ Create an account in Bugzilla
1. Using LinkChecker â€“Checking the broken links in a webpage
2. Using MeasureIT Â - Finding the height and width
3. YSlowÂ â€“ Website Load Performance measurement tool
4. HTML Validator â€“ Finding the HTML errors
The week four focuses on introducing QA Test Plan and Test Case Document. Test plan reflects your entire project testing schedule and approach. We will discuss about simple test plan and scope. We will elaborate that index to what each point meant to do. So this Test plan will include the purpose of test plan i.e. to describe the scope, approach, resources, and schedule of the testing activities. Also we will discuss how to identify the items being tested, the features to be tested, the testing tasks to be performed, the personnel responsible for each task, and the risks associated with the plan.
QA Test Plan:
Â· What /When/How
Â· Automation Scope
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