Agile software lifecycles comprise short iterations, with working software released at the end of each iteration. Agile testing approaches will be shaped by the test-driven, iterative, and incremental approach in agile projects. In this course, you'll learn about the principles underpinning agile development and some of the principle agile methodologies. You'll also learn about testing in the agile context and the skill set that an agile tester should have. This course is one of a series intended to align with the Agile Tester Certified Tester Foundations Level Extension Syllabus. The authors, Rex Black, Anders Claesson, Gerry Coleman, Bertrand Cornanguer, Istvan Forgacs, Alon Linetzki, Tilo Linz, Leo van der Aalst, Marie Walsh, and Stephan Weber, and the International Software Testing Qualifications Board or ISTQB® are the source and copyright owners of the Syllabus. The course is intended to help learners prepare for the Agile Tester Foundation Extension certification (CTFL-AT) exam, which is provided by the Information Systems Examination Board or ISEB, a globally-recognized testing body providing software testing certification. Skillsoft makes no claim to any approval or endorsement of this course by any of the aforementioned parties or other third party.
Software developers, technical and user acceptance testers, test analysts, test engineers, test consultants, test managers, project managers, quality managers; anyone with an interest in agile testing