Koenig Solutions offers Software Testing training courses and certifications. After completing these courses, students will be able to: understand the functionality of a software program, prepare for a test environment, execute test cases, compare the software behaviour with its intended performance, and verify the actual result. You can opt from courses such as BCS - ISTQB Software Tester certification courses and Selenium 3.0 Testing training course. In addition, Exploit Writing with Python, Secure Coding with Java, Performance / Load Testing with Jmeter, Web Security Testing With Backtrack & Kali, BCS - Intermediate Certificate in Software Testing, BCS - ISTQB Certified Software Tester, Certified Software Tester (CSTE), Software Architecture and OWASP courses also form a part of this training suite.
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Upon completion of the course, you will be able to:
Types of software testing are: 1. Unit Testing - refers to the testing of an individual unit or a group of inter-related units 2. Integration Testing – refers to a type of testing wherein a group of components are combined to produce a result 3. Functional Testing - checks whether the output is as per the requirement or not 4. System Testing - checks the software in different environments 5. Stress Testing - checks the system’s behaviour during unfavourable conditions 6. Performance Testing - tests the speed and effectiveness of a system and that it is generating results within a stipulated time 7. Usability Testing - testing is done keeping in mind a user’s perspective 8. Acceptance Testing - tests if the software meets the customer’s expectations 9. Regression Testing - testing upon modification to ensure that the modification doesn’t alter other modules 10. Beta Testing - a testing done by end users or releasing a pre-version of the product known as beta version
Software testing is a process of finding software bugs by running a program or application. It determines whether the end result matches the expected results. Software testing is important because it: 1. figures out the errors and defects made during development 2. ensures customer’s reliability and satisfaction 3. ensures quality of the product 4. provides surety of effective performance of the software product
There are seven principles of software testing: 1. Testing shows the presence of bugs - testing reveals defects 2. Exhaustive testing is impossible - unless the application is simple, it is impossible to test various combinations of data and scenarios 3. Early testing - sooner the testing starts, better is the utilisation of the available time 4. Defect clustering - maximum defects are found in less number of modules 5. The pesticide paradox - running tests repeatedly doesn’t take out more defects 6. Testing is context dependent - different software applications require different methodologies, techniques and types of testing 7. Absence of errors fallacy - finding and fixing errors at times do not help if the software doesn’t meet the user’s needs and requirements
1. Black Box Testing - In this type of testing, a tester doesn’t know the internal structure or design of the item being tested. 2. White Box Testing - In this type of testing, a tester already knows the internal structure and design of the item being tested. 3. Grey Box Testing - This is a combination of Black Box testing method and White Box testing method. 4. Agile Testing - This method follows the principles of agile software development. 5. Ad Hoc Testing - This method is executed without any prior planning and documentation.
There are many responsibilities of a software developer: 1. identifies business requirements 2. plans projects 3. monitors and manages applications and software systems 4. writes and executes test scripts 5. executes tests 6. assures quality 7. provides feedback related to errors and bugs to teams 8. analyses risks and designs tests to mitigate them
The skills required include knowledge of programming, basic knowledge of Database/SQL and experience in using Automation tool.
The average salary of a Software Tester ranges from approximately $58,706 per annum for a Quality Assurance Analyst to $101,841 per annum for a Software Engineer, as per a survey done by Indeed.
Software testing lifecycle refers to a sequence of activities performed during software testing. It includes phases such as Requirements, Planning, Analysis, Design, Implementation, Execution, Conclusion and Closure.