Welcome to the Intro to Software Test Engineering Course. In this video, your instructor explains what to expect and how to get the most out of it.
In this video, your instructor gives you guidance on the next steps on your path to earning 6 Figures in I.T with this lucrative profession - Software Test Engineering.
This part 1 of 2 video, covers 5 of the major Test Execution types most commonly used in the Industry and which serve as the basis of understanding how our Testing FOCUS dictates our APPROACH as discussed in the Test Plan training.
Analyzing The Business Requirement Document (BRD) is a very crucial first step to becoming an expert Software Test Engineer. In this Video, the Instructor will teach you how to ensure that the BRD contains Testable and Measurable requirements that aren't subjective or ambiguous. This knowledge will not only allow you to write exhaustive test cases, but will transition you from simply being a reactive tester (finding and reporting defect) to a proactive Quality Assurance engineer - proactively "injecting" quality to the Software from scratch.
This lesson gives you a comprehensive understanding of the Systems (Software) Development Lifecycle (SDLC). You will learn how the SDLC is used in several organizations to initiate software development, gather requirements, design, develop, test and launch applications.
This first lesson serves as the foundation upon which the entire course will be built. It is critical to know what exactly Software is and how it is made up to properly understand the responsibilities of a Software Test Engineer.
In this Video, we cover the creation of the Test Summary Report which is the final document you will provide to the project team to summarize all your findings through out the Test phase of your project.
In this Video, the instructor walks you step by step how to login to Bugzilla, understand the different components, enter a defect and assign it to the responsible party or parties and ultimately generating a report. We also cover how the defect is tracked through the system from the point where it's entered to its closure.
In this overview, we go over the Defect Management process starting from what a Defect (a.k.a. Bug) is, how we carefully define items that will be documented in a Defect Tracking tool as a Defect, assign it's priority and severity. We discuss a few Defect tracking tools with our focus on Bugzilla, which is used in this class.
This part 2 of 2 videos, covers another 5 Test Execution types widely used in varying combinations in the Industry. The selection of one or more of these test types is usually determined by the system and project specifics.