Writing Testable Requirements
|Course Name||Writing Testable Requirements|
|Category||Information Technology & Computers|
|Description||Writing Testable Requirements focuses on both theoretical and practical aspects of testing software and provides you with techniques on how best to write requirements.
The course begins by covering the process of software verification as well as the techniques used in software testing. With properly written requirements established, the next step is to identify a set of tests that adequately cover those requirements. Among the specific topics included in Writing Testable Requirements are software quality in perspective, quality assurance framework, transforming requirements to testable test cases, quality through a continuous improvement process, waterfall development methodology, test planning and test case design.
You will learn through assignments and class participation, lectures and group discussions. As a result of the rounded approach, upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:
• Analyze a requirement document for test conditions;
• Write a test plan;
• Design, create and execute test cases using various testing approaches;
• Record defects;
• Write a test report;
• Organize and carry out the testing phase for a small or medium-size software project.
|Notes||Prerequisite : SQAT-001 Introduction to Testing Principles and Methodologies
Register online : https://secure.centennialcollege.ca/webreg or call 416-289-5300
Email : infotech.PT@centennialcollege.ca
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