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

319 500 HUF + VAT (cca. 820 EUR + VAT)


Course dates and application

First training day: 21 October 2024, Further training days: 22.

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

319 500 HUF + VAT (cca. 820 EUR + VAT)

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In the course students can learn about the characteristics of software testing in a model-based environment, as well as getting prepared to take the ISTQB Foundation Level - Model-Based Tester Extension exam.

For software testers working in a model-based environment or wishing to learn more about the subject.

Successful ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level exam or equivalent knowledge, 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.)

Masterfield Training Centre was the first training institution in Hungary to be accredited by ISTQB, enabling us to hold official exam preparation courses. This course, besides placing the characteristics of software testing in a model-based environment, also prepares students to take the Model-Based Tester exam.

 

In the course, students get a comprehensive picture about model-based testing, which counts as a special subject not only in Hungary but also internationally. Besides exam preparation, we also place great emphasis on real-life tasks and examples in our course, helping students apply their newly gained skills later.

 

Course Outline:

 

1. INTRODUCTION TO MODEL-BASED TESTING

1.1 Objectives and Motivations for MBT
1.1.1 Main Motivations for MBT
1.1.2 Misleading Expectations and Pitfalls of MBT
1.2 MBT Activities and Artifacts in the Fundamental Test Process
1.2.1 MBT Specific Activities
1.2.2 Essential MBT Artifacts (Inputs and Outputs)
1.3 Integrating MBT into the Software Development Life-cycles
1.3.1 MBT in Sequential and Iterative Software Development Life-cycles
1.3.2 Supporting Requirements Engineering
 

2. MBT MODELING

2.1 MBT Modeling
2.1.1 MBT Modeling Activities
2.1.2 Subject and Focus of MBT Models
2.1.3 MBT Models Depend on Test Objectives
2.2 Languages for MBT Models
2.2.1 Main Categories of Modeling Languages for MBT
2.2.2 Language Categories Relevant for Different Systems and Project Objectives
2.3 Good Practices for MBT Modeling Activities
2.3.1 Quality Characteristics for MBT Models
2.3.2 Typical Mistakes and Pitfalls in MBT Model Design
2.3.3 Linking Requirements and Process Related Information to the MBT Model
2.3.4 Modeling Guidelines for MBT
2.3.5 Reuse of Existing System Design or Requirements Models
2.3.6 Tool Support for Modeling Activities
2.3.7 Iterative Model Development, Review and Validation
 

 

 

 

 

3. SELECTION CRITERIA FOR TEST CASE GENERATION

3.1 Classification of MBT Test Selection Criteria
3.1.1 Test Selection Criteria
3.1.2 Test Case Selection in Practice
3.1.3 Examples of Test Selection Criteria
3.1.4 Relation to Foundation Level Test Design Techniques
3.2 Applying Test Selection Criteria
3.2.1 Degree of Automation in Test Generation
3.2.2 Pros and Cons of Specific Test Selection Criteria
3.2.3 Good Practices of MBT Test Selection

 

4. MBT TEST IMPLEMENTATION AND EXECUTION

4.1 Specifics of MBT Test Implementation and Execution
4.1.1 Abstract and Concrete Test Cases in the MBT Context
4.1.2 Different Kinds of Test Execution
4.1.3 The Impact of Changes on the MBT Artifacts
4.2 Activities of Test Adaptation in MBT
 

5. EVALUATING AND DEPLOYING AN MBT APPROACH

5.1 Evaluate an MBT Deployment
5.1.1 ROI Factors for MBT Introduction
5.1.2 Organizational Objectives and their Relationship to the Characteristics of the MBT Approach
5.1.3 Metrics and Key Performance Indicators
5.2 Manage and Monitor the Deployment of an MBT Approach
5.2.1 Good Practices when Deploying MBT
5.2.2 Cost Factors of MBT
5.2.3 Integration of the MBT Tool

 

 

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