This course is intended any one who want to take a deep dive in the world of software testing. This course is for you if you are beginner, looking for a great start in software testing as career or you are in leadership and want to understand more about testing to manage the team better
In this course, you’ll learn what is testing, why it is important, concepts of testing, how to apply those concepts in the field of Software testing for maximum benefit to business and introduction to Automation tools. You’ll gain an understanding of the over all Software Development Life Cycle and how Testing is places as integral part of overall picture.
Testing and Software Testing
Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
Levels of Testing
Type of Testing
Quality Analysis (QA) and Quality Control (QC)
Introduction to automated testing
Course Number : SFTW-0-0100
Duration : 48 hours
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