- Welcome to the Demo for ISTQB Advanced Technical Test Analyst!
Welcome to the Demo for ISTQB Advanced Technical Test Analyst!
Welcome to the demo for the course, ISTQB Advanced Agile Technical Test Analyst.
The goals of this course are to:
1. Prepare you to take and pass the ISTQB Advanced Agile Technical Test Analyst exam.
2. Learn key technical concepts for agile testing you can apply in your organization and projects.
Due to the nature of the demo, only a few links are active, but I have left all the topics in so you can see the contents of the actual course.
I hope you find this demo helpful and engaging. As with all my courses, I welcome your comments, questions and feedback!
If you like this demo and would like to buy a registration, just visit https://mysoftwaretesting.com/ISTQB-Advanced-Agile-Technical-Tester-e-Learning-Course_p_132.html
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To get the most from this course, I highly advise completing the exercises.
There are only 5 exercises and I have designed them to be completed with free and easily usable tools.
The technical focus of this course is on test automation. We do cover code reviews, but we don't get into the same type of code quality techniques as in the ISTQB Technical Test Analyst course. If you have interest in those topics, I do have that course available for purchase. However, it is a very difficult exam and materials!
Finally, I urge you to try the techniques in this course. As with any tool or technology, it's best to try new things in a safe "sandbox" of actual projects with minimal impact to existing operations and projects.
Now, let's get started!
- Module 1 - Requirements Engineering
Module 1 - Requirements Engineering
In this module, you will learn some very important concepts and techniques on dealing with requirements on agile projects.
You may be thinking, "We don't have requirements. We're agile." You are not alone!
However, just because you may not be documenting requirements does not mean they don't exist. Requirements exist on all project, written or unwritten. If unwritten, they are in each person's mental expectations.
Many people are not aware that it was never an intent of the agile founders to do away with requirements. User stories were originally intended to be a placeholder for a more detailed and robust requirement (or set of requirements)!
So, let's dive in and look at requirements from an agile perspective.
- Module 2 - Testing in Agile
Module 2 - Testing in Agile
- Module 3 - Test Automation
Module 3 - Test Automation
- Module 4 - Deployment and Delivery
Module 4 - Deployment and Delivery
- Sample Exam
Please note that the ISTQB sample exams will differ from those from ASTQB and AT*SQA. Those will be posted as soon as they become available.