Reusable Test Designs Enable Testing More Thoroughly in Less Time
Date : 20 December 2018
Time : 01 : 00 PM EST
Duration : 90 Minutes

Robin F. Goldsmith, JD helps organizations get the right results right by advising and training business and systems professionals on REAL requirements, project management and leadership, risk-based Proactive Software Quality Assurance™ and Proactive Testing™, REAL ROI™, metrics, outsourcing, and process improvement. Subject expert for IIBA’s BABOK® v2, he is the author of the book, Discovering REAL Business Requirements for Software Project Success, and the forthcoming book, Cut Creep: Write Right Agile User Story and Acceptance Test Requirements Right.

Would you like to be an instant testing expert, able to start testing effectively in new situations without delay? And would you like to spend more of your time running tests and less of your time creating the tests, while at the same time catching more defects, even in sprints’ very limited durations? Reusable test designs are a little-known but powerful test planning/design tool that makes it possible for you to run more and more effective test cases in less time.

Traditional testing training tends to emphasize a number of low-level test design techniques, typically each in isolation reacting to whatever must be tested and with no organized structure or inherent self-sustaining improvement. In contrast, Proactive Testing™ applies proven test techniques along with other more powerful methods in ways that enable effort-saving reuse along with continually improving test effectiveness and efficiency.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the relation of test design specifications to test plans and test cases
  • Give an example of how to define a test design specification
  • Suggest how test design specifications can be used and reused to save effort

Who Should Attend

This webinar is for QA/testers, analysts, project managers, developers/engineers, operations or other specialist roles, and other business, project, and systems professionals who participate in or depend on producing system quality to help your organization deliver customer and stakeholder business value. You’re probably already involved in or planning to become involved in Agile projects, but the course’s concepts and techniques also can be applied by those in more traditional projects.

  • $149.00