Software testing approaches have substantially changed with the adoption of agile methodologies across enterprises. More and more testers are participating in agile projects or are embedded within agile teams. Many testers struggle to understand the agile development process and their place in it.
Participants of this three-day agile testing certification course will learn the fundamentals of agile development, the role of the tester in the agile team, and agile testing practices.
Students will learn:
- How testing is implemented in different agile environments
- How to test user stories
- Key agile testing practices—ATDD, BDD, TDD, and ET
- o Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD)
- o Behavior-Driven Development (BDD)
- o Test-Driven Development (TDD)
- o Enterprise Testing (ET)
- The technical and team skills testers need for success in the world of agile development
- To recognize the main agile testing challenges and how to address them
All cancellations, or date changes, must be made at least 10 days prior to the course start date or will be subject to a $150 late-move/cancellation fee. No-shows, or same day move/cancellations, are non-refundable.
The Agile Testing and Test Automation Course is a 3-day class. The class starts at 9AM and ends at 5PM each day. AgileTrailblazers will provide a light breakfast at 8:30AM, lunch around mid-day, and a snack later in the afternoon.
WHAT IS INCLUDED:
- 3-Day Agile Testing and Automation In-person Course
- Includes a light breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack (provided on both days)
- Certified as ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile (ICP-TST) and ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile Test Automation (ICP-ATA)
On successful completion, each participant will receive two certificates:
- ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile (ICP-TST)
- ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile Test Automation (ICP-ATA)
If participant has completed Agile Fundamentals Certification, he/she will qualify for ICAgile Certified Expert in Agile Testing.
About the ICAgile
The International Consortium for Agile’s goal is to foster thinking and learning around agile methods, skills, and tools. The ICAgile, working with experts and organizations across agile development specialties, has captured specific learning objectives for the different agile development paths and put them on the learning roadmap. For more information, visit www.icagile.com