Good defects are the result of effective test cases
Test effectiveness is a function of the quantity and quality of test scenarios/cases. The difficult aspect is in assessing if the designed scenarios/cases are indeed adequate. As always, a deep business domain and technical knowledge is seen as a critical aspect to effectively review the test scenarios/cases. The challenge is that deep domain/technical skills are always in short supply.
..helped me understand better as to how I can contribute to the ultimate goal of the project and not just concentrate at the lower level.
Ranjana Jha, Philips
Gained good knowledge on how to analyze the “Completeness” of the test case coverage… and how to plan for writing new test cases.
Ravi Sankar L, SHARP
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This program is delivered in two modes:
Open workshop – Conducted periodically and dates published on our website.
Corporate workshop – Exclusively done for corporates. We can tailor the program to suit specific needs of your organization.
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Brief about the workshop
This workshop outlines a scientific approach to assess the quality of test scenarios/cases by applying a goal centered view to testing – “What types of defects should I detect”?. Commencing with identification of potential defect types that will impact customer experience, the designed scenarios/ cases are analyzed for fault coverage in addition to requirements coverage. To ensure that the test cases can be executed efficiently, the test cases are analyzed from the perspectives of conformance and robustness, business- risk/priority and then fitness for automation-ability.
Test leads and Test engineers.
Click to see the outline of the topics of discussion in this workshop:
- How many “negative test cases” should there be?
- Requirements traceability is “Necessary but not sufficient”
- Effectiveness and Efficiency of test cases
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