Hands-on Software Testing – for Beginners

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                                     **** THIS IS MORE THAN A COURSE ****If you are a beginner or a non-software tester, then you have made an excellent choice in choosing this course.This course will walk you through real-life workplace simulated scenarios, which have been driven by my real-life workplace experiences.Simulated scenarios, mock projects, personae, challenges & quizzes used in this course will drift you away, form the traditional learning methods, to place your learning engagement at the highest.This course has been specifically designed for beginners and non-testers who seek to become software test professionals.Key features of the course:Introduce software testing to beginners and non-testersPersonal skills & career development Practical aspects of software testing at workplace Practical learning of software testing by doing Manual approach to build principles of software testing Implement software testing using popular tools: Jira, X-Ray & ConfluenceGain familiarity with technical testing: (Relational databases) – (Brand new section) This course is presented in 11 sections:What does the course cover – The course LandscapeReal Workplace Scenarios  Overall Test Management ProcessUsing Jira, X-Ray & Confluence  Implementing & leading Jira Agile projectsOther Software testing jobsSo you want to be a Software Tester?Challenge: Manual vs Automated testingRelational database testing – (Brand new section – In progress) The Extras: Software Testing Trend for 2019 – How to earn money from home testing websitesBonus: Recommendation: ISTQB Training, Certification Exams & (XRAY new features update)By the end of this course you will be able to perform the following software testing roles:Software Test Analyst Software Test Designer Software Test ExecutorWhat will you lean:Identify soft and hard skills needed to be a Software Test Professional Make decisions to develop missing skills needed to do the job Learn how to monitor your progress Gain insight into software testing market demand Learn how to employ your skills at workplaceGain familiarity with typical IT organization structure and departmentsGain familiarity with people roles and responsibilities at workplaceAppreciate how important is to be proactive and a team playerCope and adapt with awkward situations at workplaceTurn awkward situations at workplace to your advantageBe determined, proactive and use your own initiative all the way throughDevelop and sharpen your skills to cope with unforeseen circumstances at workplaceLearn how to multi-task to cope with unusual situations  Observe minor details around you and at workplaceBe proactive to develop own knowledge, capabilities and self-motivationGain insight into other software testing jobsFamiliarize yourself with other software tools and applicationsGain insight into how to get software testing jobsHow to start as a software tester in the UKHow to start your own LTD or Umbrella company in the UKHow to prepare yourself for job interview questions  Software requirements: Functional & Non-Functional: Learn the difference between functional & non-Functional software requirement specificationsAnalyze software requirement specificationsExtract functional requirementsLearn that software requirement can be modeled as Use CasesGain familiarity with Unified Modelling Language Test Phases, STLC, Test Case Design and Test Data:The important phases of Software Test Life Cycle Software Test Life Cycle phases, test types and what each phase involvesHow test is organized within the overall project planHow to organize your test effortsCreate, set preconditions and prepare test data for test casesLink test cases to requirements  Use structured test design approach to find bugs earlyKnow the success of software product relies on its qualityLearn why software testing considered necessary to the quality How to link user events, actions or flows to preconditionsThe difference between dummy and real client dataHow test data can uniquely identify a future defect The difference between valid and invalid inputsHow to define and create test case templateThe minimum data columns required for a test templateHow to come up with a new test templateHow a test template can measure software traceability & test coverageHow test template can aid test reporting How to differentiate between defects and correct behaviorHow to write positive test case scenariosHow to write negative test case scenariosHow to challenge application or system under testHow to raise defects during test cyclesManual Test Case Execution, Manual vs Automated testing:How to manually execute test stepsHow to create a report template using Excel or Word applicationsHow to compile end of test reportCompare Manual vs Automated testing plug-ins & toolsJira, X-Ray & Confluence: (NB: This tool is closely related to the course and you will need to sign-up)Create and Delete projectsCreate user stories Create tests & link to user storiesCreate project releases versions & componentsLink tests to software versions & componentsEdit and change existing componentsCreate or import manual test steps from CSV file fromatCreate test preconditionsThe difference between epic, story and tasksCreate issues, bugs, tasks and epics Confluence collaboration tool basics Create How-to articles confluence pages Create Confluence project workspaceExecute Jira testsImplement Agile projects  Edit and view issue detailsCreate and save filtersCreate scrum boardsCreate project dashboardsUse default project boardUse gadgets to customize project dashboardEdit filters and share with project team or groupMake filter columns visible or invisibleBuild project backlogPrioritize Scrum backlog issuesIdentify sprint workload activitiesUse active sprints to organize & monitor issuesEstimate story efforts in hours, days or weeksReport on current sprint statusGenerate X-Ray test coverage, traceability & other reportsExport X-Ray reports to CSV file formatExport Test Cases to CSV file format Software Development frameworks: Agile & Waterfall:The difference between Agile and Waterfall development frameworks The quality attributes of Agile framework Familiarize yourself with rapid development, continuous release integration & delivery Gain familiarity with software testing in Agile environmentThis course has Assignments, Challenges and QuizzesWhat do you get when you buy this course?Lifetime access to the course video lectures downloads and updatesFull support from the instructor all aspects of software testing & testing career Please note: 30-day money back guarantee, you’ve nothing to lose. Enroll now and start learning, your future software testing career depends on what you do today.