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Course length:
Training language:
24 lessons
English
Course fee:

321 500 HUF + VAT (cca. 850 EUR + VAT)


Course dates and application

First training day: 24 June 2024, Further training days: 25., 26.

on working days (09.00 - 16.30)
Application deadline:
14 June 2024
Training language:
English
Course fee:

321 500 HUF + VAT (cca. 850 EUR + VAT)

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First training day: 18 November 2024, Further training days: 19., 20.

on working days (09.00 - 16.30)
Application deadline:
8 November 2024
Training language:
English
Course fee:

321 500 HUF + VAT (cca. 850 EUR + VAT)

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The course is recommended for testers wishing to take the ISTQB Advanced Level Test Automation Engineer exam. By mastering the course material, students get a comprehensive picture about the methodology, tasks and difficulties of test automation.

For software testers willing to work in planning, implementing or running automated tests.

Successful ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level exam and at least 18 months of experience in software testing, as well as English language skills, as both the course material and the exam are in English. (The course is taught in Hungarian by a Hungarian trainer.)

Our new course, which is unique both globally and in Hungary, deals with the methodology, background, planning, implementing, techniques, metrics, risks and further development of test automation. Besides exam questions, we also place great emphasis on practice, where we do tasks related to the various phases of test automation as a stand-alone software development project. The course is vendor - and device - independent, we do not do any exercises on the computer. 

 

Course Outline:

 

1. INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES FOR TEST AUTOMATION

1.1 Purpose of Test Automation
1.2 Success Factors in Test Automation


2. PREPARING FOR TEST AUTOMATION

2.1 SUT (System Under Test) Factors Influencing Test Automation
2.2 Tool Evaluation and Selection
2.3 Design for Testability and Automation


3. THE GENERIC TEST AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE (GTAA)

3.1 Introduction to gTAA
3.1.1 Overview of the gTAA
3.1.2 Test Generation Layer
3.1.3 Test Definition Layer
3.1.4 Test Execution Layer
3.1.5 Test Adaptation Layer
3.1.6 Configuration Management of a TAS (Test Automation Solution)
3.1.7 Project Management of a TAS
3.1.8 TAS Support for Test Management
3.2 Test Automation Architecture (TAA) Design
3.2.1 Introduction to TAA Design
3.2.2 Approaches for Automating Test Cases
3.2.3 Technical considerations of the SUT
3.2.4 Considerations for Development/QA Processes
3.3 TAS Development
3.3.1 Introduction to TAS Development
3.3.2 Compatibility between the TAS and the SUT
3.3.3 Synchronization between TAS and SUT
3.3.4 Building Reuse into the TAS
3.3.5 Support for a Variety of Target Systems

 

 

4. DEPLOYMENT RISKS AND CONTINGENCIES

4.1 Selection of Test Automation Approach and Planning of Deployment/Rollout
4.1.1 Pilot Project
4.1.2 Deployment
4.1.3 Deployment of the TAS Within the Software Life-cycle
4.2 Risk Assessment and Mitigation Strategies
4.3 Test Automation Maintenance
4.3.1 Types of Maintenance
4.3.2 Scope and Approach


5. TEST AUTOMATION REPORTING AND METRICS

5.1 Selection of TAS Metrics
5.2 Implementation of Measurement
5.3 Logging of the TAS and the SUT
5.4 Test Automation Reporting


6. TRANSITIONING MANUAL TESTING TO AN AUTOMATED ENVIRONMENT

6.1 Criteria for Automation
6.2 Identifying Steps Needed to Implement Automation within Regression Testing
6.3 Factors to Consider when Implementing Automation within New Feature Testing
6.4 Factors to Consider when Implementing Automation of Confirmation Testing

7. VERIFYING THE TAS

7.1 Verifying Automated Test Environment Components
7.2 Verifying the Automated Test Suite


8. CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

8.1 Options for Improving Test Automation
8.2 Planning the Implementation of Test Automation Improvement

 

 

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