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Software Quality Assurance Comprehensive

A course that teaches you extensive details of software quality analysis for a career in software testing. Course includes core concepts of manual and certain tools of automated quality testing

Course Description

Who is a Quality Analyst?
A software quality analyst is responsible for functional testing of the application in development, ensuring that it meets all of the committed requirements.

You should consider this course if...
– You excel at finding defects in various software applications that you use and can make recommendations on how it could have been executed better.
– You are interested in pursuing a technology-related profession that does not require software programming knowledge as a prerequisite.
– You are a proactive analytical thinker who can see through various permutations and combinations on how a particular application can be used.

Are there any course prerequisites?
No, there are no prerequisite courses required for enrollment. Anyone with a basic understanding of the software development life cycle can complete this course and leverage their experience as an entry point for a career in technology.

Self paced learning ?

Instructor lead online ?

  Learn with a hands on project
  Extensive post course support for creating a job oriented resume and interview preparation
  Learn high demand tools like Selenium, Load runner and Quick test pro
  Includes manual and automated QA

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Course Curriculum

+1. Introduction to Quality Analysis — 2 hours

– Explanation of QA role and its expectations
– Introduction to skills required and knowledge areas
– Team structures
– Genesis and types of IT projects
– Introduction to typically used tools
– What a professional QA resume looks like

+2. The software development life cycle — 2 hours

– What is an SDLC, role of QA at each step and what documentation is produced for the following
– Waterfall style SDLC
– V Model
– Rational Unified Process (RUP)
– Overview of lifecycle management tools like enterprise architect, team foundation server and JIRA

+3. Types of testing — 2 hours

– White box, black box, gray testing
– Unit testing, System integration testing, User Acceptance testing
– Functional vs non functional testing
– GUI, back end, configuration, compatibility, portability, security testing
– Performance testing including load, stress, soak and volume testing

+4. Documentation created by tester during testing life cycle — 3 hours

– Various steps in testing life cycle
– Understanding use cases and user stories
– Reading BRD and FRD
– Test strategy, test plan, test data creation, set up and test case documents
– Open issues and bug fixes during SIT and UAT

+5. Automation testing — 4 hours

– Manual testing vs Automation testing
– Various tools used in the industry and their purpose
– Introduction to HP’s Quick Test Pro (QTP). Present version is called Unified Functional Testing (UFT)
– Record and playback
– Execution of basic script in QTP
– Different recording levels (standard, analog, low level, insight)

+6. QTP object repository — 4 hours

– Working with test objects
– Working with Test Objects and Object Repositories
– Configuring Object Identification
– Smart Identification, managing Object Repositories
– Merging Shared Object Repositories

+7. QTP Script enhancement — 4 hours

– Options to synchronize your tests
– Parameterizing Tests and Data Driven Tests
Introduction to Parameterizing Tests
– Data Driven Test
– Create Data Driven Tests
– Working with Data Tables
Introduction to Data Tables
Working with Global and Action Sheets
Importing and Exporting Data from various sources
– Recovery Scenarios

+8. QTP actions and functional libraries — 4 hours

– Working with Actions
– Creating, inserting, copying and splitting actions
– Creating user defined and generic functions

+9. QTP - checkpoints and output values — 4 hours

– Checkpoints
– Checkpoint Introduction
– Adding Checkpoints
– Types of Checkpoints
– Output Values
– Output values introduction
– Categories of Output Values
– Creating Output Values
– Storing Output Values
– Viewing and Editing Output Values

+10. Selenium - web browser automation tool — 4 hours

– Selenium fundamentals
– Selenium IDE and Web driver
– Export Features
– Installation
– Test application with Selenium IDE
RC Vs WebDriver
– How to create test with WebDriver

+11. HP Load runner — 4 hours

– Using Load Runner
– Compare with Other Open Source Tools
– Parameterization
– Introduction to Load Runner Controller
– Scenarios and monitors
– How to configure Load Generators
– Using Ramp-up & ramp down
– Executing a Scenario

+12. HP Quality center (and Application Life cycle Management ALM) — 3 hours

– HP Quality Center Overview
– Requirements Module
– Test Plan Module
– Test Lab Module
– Defects Module
– Defect Management
– Defect Graphs and Reports
– Reports with Document Generator

+13. Mobile testing — 3 hours

– Mobile platforms
– Types of mobile testing
– UI and external factors testing
– Security testing
– Emulators
– API and web services
Total Time: 43 hours

Course Reviews

Kim Alonzo

Your quality analysis class was something I looked forward to waking up to every weekend! This course is well worth your time money and energy. Just want to say a huge thank you.

Kim Alonzo – Quality Analyst

Nilesh Seth

The hands on practical teaching style at Kuebiko was exactly what I needed to gain confidence on working with the most in demand QA tools that employers look for.

Nilesh Seth


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