About the program

Course Overview and Goals                                            

The Infotek Solutions Inc.'s 2-Days Master of Manual Testing training Bootcamp program is designed to understand how to develop Test Cases and Scenarios that may be Specification-based (Black-Box Techniques) or Experience-based (Error Guessing Techniques). In this course, you will learn Configuration Management, Risk Management, and Defect Management tool(JIRA), etc. The goal of this course program is to provide you an intensive training & mentor you to be a successful QA Manual Tester for the IT market.
Manual testing is a process of finding out the defects or bugs in a software program, which is done by a Manual Tester. In this method, the tester plays an important role as an end-user and verifies that all the features of the application are working correctly.

This course will include

  • Introduction to Software Testing
  • SDLC / STLC
  • Types of Testing
  • Test Cases
  • Test Strategy and Execution
  • Agile Testing
  • JIRA etc.

Testing Environment: Candidate practice on the platform provided by Infotek Solutions Inc.

Prerequisites

This course does not assume any prior IT experience. A strong desire to learn QA Manual Testing is required.

Training Highlights:

  • AgileMentorship & Software testing Academy access will be available through training and after training
  • You will be working on functional automation on different projects
  • You will practice on interview questions and resume from day one

Price: $550
Duration: 2 Days

What will you learn (Course layout)

Module 1: Introduction to Software Testing

  • 1.1  About Testing
  • 1.2   Is testing important?
  • 1.3   Why choosing QA Testing as a career?
  • 1.4   Difference between Quality Assurance and Quality Control
  • 1.5   Roles and Responsibilities of Business Analyst
  • 1.6   Developers
  • 1.7   Architects
  • 1.8   Testing
  • 1.9  Team (Lead
  • 1.10   Manager)
  • 1.11   Manual and Automation Testers
  • 1.12   Project Managers etc.

Module 2: SDLC and STLC

  • 2.1  What is SDLC?
  • 2.2  What is STLC?
  • 2.3  Why software bugs occur?
  • 2.4  SDLC vs STLC
  • 2.5  Testers qualities
  • 2.6  Testers vs Developers
  • 2.7  Verification vs Validation
  • 2.8  QA vs QC
  • 2.9  Why testing starts early?
  • 2.10  Documentation in testing
  • 2.11  Software development methodologies

Module 3: Agile Concepts

  • 3.1  Agile methodology
  • 3.2  Scrum methodology
  • 3.3  Kanban methodology

Module 4: Different Types of Testing

  • 4.1  Types of testing
  • 4.2  Software testing methods
  • 4.3  Software testing levels
  • 4.4  Acceptance testing
  • 4.5  Smoke testing vs Sanity testing
  • 4.6  System testing
  • 4.7  Usability testing: what
  • 4.8   why & how
  • 4.9  What is exploratory testing?
  • 4.10  What is risk-based testing in software testing

Module 5: Test Plan & Test Cases

  • 5.1  What is a test plan?
  • 5.2  Test plan template
  • 5.3  Test Plan
  • 5.4  Content of test plan
  • 5.5  Test plan sample
  • 5.6  What is a test case?
  • 5.7  Guidelines for writing test cases
  • 5.8  Level of test cases
  • 5.9  Test Cases
  • 5.10  Test Case design templates
  • 5.11  Requirement traceability matrix (RTM)
  • 5.12  Importance of RTM
  • 5.13  Setting up test data
  • 5.14  Importance of test data in testing
  • 5.15  Gathering test data
  • 5.16  Advantages of test data gathering

Module 6: Test Strategy and Execution

  • 6.1  Test strategy
  • 6.2  Test strategy document
  • 6.3  Test execution
  • 6.4  Test execution guidelines
  • 6.5  Retesting
  • 6.6  Regression testing
  • 6.7  What is bug leakage
  • 6.8  Defects & Defect Management
  • 6.9  What is a defect?
  • 6.10  After a bug found
  • 6.11  Defect priority & Defect severity
  • 6.12  Defect life cycle
  • 6.13  Defect report template
  • 6.14  What is defect logging and tracking?

Module 7: Test Closure

  • 7.1  Test completion report
  • 7.2  Test completion matrix
  • 7.3  Test result

Module 8: Jira: Project Management Tool

  • 8.1  Introduction to Jira
  • 8.2  JIRA Introduction
  • 8.3  Getting started Jira with Zephyr
  • 8.4  Installing Zephyr and Adding Test Issue
  • 8.5  Jira Products
  • 8.6  Atlassian Marketplace for Jira
  • 8.7  Understanding Jira dashboard
  • 8.8  JIRA Dashboard Creation and Customization
  • 8.9  How to create a project
  • 8.10  Understanding JIRA Project and Creating Projects in JIRA

Module 9: Agile concepts

  • 9.1  Agile methodology
  • 9.2  Introduction to JIRA agile board
  • 9.3  Scrum methodology
  • 9.4  JIRA Board Creation-- SCRUM & KANBAN
  • 9.5  Kanban methodology
  • 9.6  Jira terms

Module 10: Issues in Jira

  • 10.1  Understanding backlog in Jira
  • 10.2  Intro to issues in Jira
  • 10.3  Creating issues
  • 10.4  Cloning issues
  • 10.5  Editing issues
  • 10.6  Linking issues
  • 10.7  Searching for issues
  • 10.8  Creating Favorite search filter for issues

Module 11: Sprint in Jira

  • 11.1  What is a sprint?
  • 11.2  Creating sprint
  • 11.3  Running sprint TO DO to WIP to DONE

Module 12: Test issue in Jira

  • 12.1  Atlassian marketplace
  • 12.2  Atlassian Marketplace for Jira
  • 12.3  Install Zephyr
  • 12.4  Installing Zephyr and Adding Test Issue
  • 12.5  Write test issue in Jira
  • 12.6  How to write Test Cases in JIRA
  • 12.7  Writing test steps
  • 12.8  Execute test issue
  • 12.9  Executing Test Cases in JIRA
  • 12.10  Cloning Test Cases in Jira
  • 12.11  Exporting Test Cases in JIRA

Module 13: Finding and reporting bugs

  • 13.1  Bug template
  • 13.2  Introduction of Defect Template
  • 13.3  Adding Bug issue in Jira
  • 13.4  Login Defect IN JIRA
  • 13.5  Attaching files and screenshots to defects
  • 13.6  Adding Screenshots and Images in JIRA issues
  • 13.7  Searching bugs in the bulk
  • 13.8  How to search defects and do bulk changes

Module 14: Reports in Jira

  • 14.1  Introduction to Jira reports
  • 14.2  Reports – burndown chart & burnup chart
  • 14.3  Burndown Chart Report
  • 14.4  Reports – sprint chart
  • 14.5  Sprint Report
  • 14.6  Reports – velocity chart
  • 14.7  Reports – created Vs resolved issue report
  • 14.8  Created Vs Resolved Issue Report

Module 15: Test reporting

  • 15.1  Test summary
  • 15.2  Test cycles
  • 15.3  Traceability matrix
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Career Guidance

Interview Questions

Career Guidance

We connect each of our trainee to a mentor, Who help, asses, guide and mentor the candidate and make person industry ready.

Interview Preparation
  • Mock interviews
  • Technical interview questions
  • What should be the idealistic answers.
  • Right approach of answering questions in interview.
  • Self assessment module to check your progress.
Effective Resume Building
  • Do’s and Don’ts of Resumes.
  • How to describe your project?
  • How experienced resume is different from fresher.
  • How to build resume for Career switch from Non-IT to IT.
  • What are top 7 ways of building effective resumes?
Job Placement Assistance
  • Know where to apply for jobs?
  • Right way of applying for jobs?
  • Understand how to get freelancing and part time jobs
  • Know how to get startup and flexible jobs?

Meet your mentor

About Trainer Jay:

  • 15 years of IT experience in software testing, quality assurance and quality management.
  • Experienced in leading and managing medium to large testing teams.
  • Have extensively trained participants in the areas of Software Testing Concepts, Quality Assurance, Quality Center, QTP, LoadRunner, Bugzilla, JIRA and Selenium.
  • Testing process owner at the organization I have worked.
  • Have mentored resources and helped set a career path and achieve testing certifications.

About Trainer Saif:

  • 5+ years of IT experience in software testing, quality assurance and quality management.
  • Have extensively trained participants in the areas of Software Testing Concepts, Quality Assurance, Quality Center, JIRA.
  • Have mentored resources and helped set a career path and achieve testing certifications.