Software Testing Foundation 2018: Test Types & Maintenance Testing

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Learners explore the remainder of chapter 3 from the ISTQB Software Testing Foundation Level 2018 certification exam syllabus in this 11-video course, which covers static testing and related review process, types, and techniques. Begin by examining the purpose of performing functional testing and look at characteristics evaluated by functional testing. This leads into nonfunctional testing, its purpose, and the characteristics it evaluates. Delve into the purpose of performing white-box testing and identify the characteristics that this testing evaluates. Then move into change-related testing: the purposes of performing both confirmation and regression testing, as well as characteristics each test type evaluates. Take a look at test types and test levels, and see that any of the test types may be performed at any test level. Examine the purpose and objectives of performing maintenance testing, its scope considerations, and the reasons that may trigger the need for performing maintenance testing. Finally, examine the role played by impact analysis in maintenance testing. A concluding exercise covers types of tests and maintenance testing.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the subject areas that will be covered in this course
    describe the purpose of performing functional testing and identify the characteristics that functional testing evaluates
    describe the purpose of performing non-functional testing and identify the characteristics that non-functional testing evaluates
    describe the purpose of performing white-box testing and identify the characteristics that white-box testing evaluates
    describe the purposes of performing both confirmation and regression testing, as well the characteristics that each testing type evaluates
    recognize that any of the test types may be performed at any test level
  • describe the purpose and objectives of performing maintenance testing
    describe the scope considerations related to maintenance testing
    identify and describe the reasons that may trigger the need for performing maintenance testing
    describe the role that impact analysis plays in maintenance testing
    identify the various test types, their purpose and characteristics, as well as triggers that may prompt the need for maintenance testing

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    2m 16s
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    2. 
    Functional Testing
    3m 3s
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    3. 
    Non-Functional Testing
    2m 28s
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    4. 
    White-Box Testing
    1m 47s
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    5. 
    Change-Related Testing
    2m 58s
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    6. 
    Test Types and Test Levels
    3m 45s
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    7. 
    Objectives of Maintenance Testing
    2m 29s
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    Maintenance Testing Scope Considerations
    2m 10s
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    Triggers for Maintenance
    2m 59s
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    10. 
    Impact Analysis
    2m 33s
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    11. 
    Exercise: Types of Tests and Maintenance Testing
    3m 50s

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