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  6. 6. on-site training Looking for ways to save training testing and travel dollars? Consider the on-site advantages: Software Tester Certification Certified Tester—Foundation Level Training • Train your team at your location Systematic Software Testing • Develop the talent already on your team A Risk-Based Approach for Producing Better Software and increase employee productivity Mastering Test Design • Schedule training around your current Techniques for Developing Focused Test Cases projects Creative Software Testing • Focus training on your team’s challenges in Proven Testing Techniques for Fast-Paced Projects a small group environment Performance, Load, and Stress Testing • Implement best practices and dramatically Issues and Solutions for Software Performance Testing improve your business processes Implementing a Test Automation Framework • Customize course content to meet your Learn to Select and Implement the Right Test Automation company’s business needs Framework for Your Needs • Receive expert instruction from consultants Software Security Testing and Quality with years of real-world experience Assurance An Integrated, Risk-Based Approach to More Secure Software If you have six or more people to train, consider the advantages of on-site instruction. Requirements-Based Testing A Disciplined Approach for Testing—and Improving—Software Requirements on-site Technical Reviews and Inspections Find More Defects in Less Time: A Hands-on Course aDVantage Exploratory Testing in Practice Plan, Design and Execute Tests Simultaneously to Find More Bugs—Faster Lean-Agile Testing Practices Corporate Volume Pricing Rapid Delivery of High Quality Software Companies needing to train teams to become proficient in a number of areas can benefit from corporate Just-in-Time Software Testing volume pricing. Let us help you build a training curriculum to suit your company’s needs. Powerful Tools for Fast-Changing Projects and Priorities Writing Testable Requirements Produce Better Requirements to Reduce Effort and Costs Get a FREE quote and details about how easy it is to bring on-site training Implementing Task-Oriented Unit Testing to your location. Call Lily or Julie at 888.268.8770 ext. 233 or 212 or Skills to Create Deliverables That Work email onsitetraining@sqe.com Test Process Improvement Practical Guidelines for Small and Large Test Organizations 6 to register, Call 888.268.8770 or 904.278.0524 • www.sqetraining.Com • For more inFormation about on-site training, email onsitetraining@sqe.Com
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  8. 8. Are you looking to build your current skill set or become more specialized? Create a training Career PatHs program to fit your career path. For more information on any of these courses, visit www.sqetraining.com or contact us at 888.268.8770 or 904.278.0524. tester fUnDaMentals sPeCialiZeD Systematic Software Testing 3 days Lean-Agile Testing Just-in-Time Software Performance, Load, and Mastering Test Practices Testing Stress Testing Design 2 days 3 days 2 days Also available in Software Tester 2 days eLearning format Certification— Writing Testable Requirements-Based Test Engineer Foundation Level 3 days Also available in Requirements 3 days Testing 2 days eLearning format Exploratory Testing Testing Applications with Visual in Practice Studio® Team System 2008 ISTQB™ Certified Tester 2 days 2 days Foundation Level Testing Applications Visual Studio® 2008 Test Process Lean-Agile Testing Test Manager Test Management 3 days Improvement 1 day Practices 2 days with Visual Studio® Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server 2 days 2 days Foundation Software Tester Certification—Foundation Level tester Level 3 Days Also available in eLearning format CertifiCation Core Topics for Advanced Certification – 2 Days Advanced Level Advanced Tester Certification— Advanced Tester Certification— Test Analyst – 3 Days Test Manager – 3 Days The three-day Advanced courses, taken in conjunction with the two-day “Core,” are accredited by the ASTQB and will prepare you to take the Advanced Test Analyst or Test Manager certification exam. 8 to register, Call 888.268.8770 or 904.278.0524 • www.sqetraining.Com • For more inFormation about on-site training, email onsitetraining@sqe.Com
  9. 9. test engineering systeMatiC software testing 3 Days A Risk-Based Approach for Producing Better Software topical outline: $ Develop effective testing plans and strategies, execute them efficiently, and measure your results $ Design “testware” that finds important bugs more quickly and with less effort Foundations of Modern Testing $ Prevent software defects and failures by integrating testing into your development process Testing as a formal process $ Improve your software testing practices and the quality of your organization’s software You will earn 22.5 contact hours or Testing within development lifecycles $ Explore a flexible, risk-based approach to testing for both small and large organizations PDUs upon completion of this course. Testing as a part of quality assurance Importance of risk-based testing The Best Fundamental Course for Any Test The STEP™ (Software Test and Evaluation Process) approach described STEP™—The Software Test and Professional in this course emphasizes prevention of software defects and stresses Evaluation Process continuous improvement for lasting benefits. The STEP process has been STEP architectural model Learn the techniques necessary to develop and maintain a systematic, implemented in hundreds of testing organizations and integrated into Overview: phases, activities, roles integrated software testing approach for your organization. This course many different software development lifecycle methodologies. STEP vs. common industry practices details an adaptable and repeatable approach to testing that results in significantly improved software quality. Better planning, analysis, design, Know What you’ve Done—and When you’re Done Test Planning and implementation of tests result in happier clients and developers. Understanding and managing risk helps you focus on the important Planning fundamentals testing issues. Trace your tests back to requirements, design, and code Planning and risk management to reveal what you have tested and what remains to be tested. This Master Test Plan—based on the IEEE 829 standard course leads you through test planning, test analysis, and test execution, Regression testing focus and issues Take-home Bonus showing you how to set—and then effectively satisfy—your testing goals. Test environments—issues and concerns Each public course participant receives a copy Schedules, estimates, and budgets of Systematic Software Testing. Order additional Who Should Attend Acceptance, system, build/integration, and unit copies by visiting www.sqe.com/books.asp The audience includes test professionals, test managers, project leaders, level test plans—based on the IEEE 829 standard Valid for public courses only. quality analysts, and developers. No specific testing prerequisites are assumed. However, attendees are expected to have some software experience. Test Analysis Identifying test objectives Analyzing requirements and designs to determine test objectives Creating the inventory of test objectives aBoUt tHe instrUCtor PUBliC CoUrse offerings Applying risk to each objective Understanding software failure modes Washington, DC September 14–16, 2009 Dale Perry has more than thirty years of experience Using risk to focus the testing effort San Francisco, CA October 19–21, 2009 in information technology. He has been a Testing system modifications, new versions, and Tampa, FL November 16–18, 2009 programmer/analyst, database administrator, project third-party software manager, development manager, tester, and test manager. Dale’s project experience includes large Indicates a Training Week course. See page 4 for details. Test Design and Implementation systems development and conversions, distributed Defining the test architecture systems, online applications, both client/server sUggesteD CoUrses for Pairing Designing test cases and test procedures Understanding test data requirements and Web-based. He has also been a professional instructor more than Mastering Test Design Developing reusable “testware” fifteen years and has presented at numerous industry conferences Requirements-Based Testing Understanding the test environment on development and testing. With Software Quality Engineering for Performance, Load, and Stress Testing Inventory trace matrix and coverage eleven years, Dale has specialized in training and consulting on testing, Lean-Agile Testing Practices inspections and reviews, and other testing and quality related topics. Test Process Improvement Test Execution and Reporting Additional instructors for this course include Rick Craig, Claire Lohr, Exploratory Testing in Practice Executing tests Robert Sabourin, Dawn Haynes, and Lee Copeland. Reporting and managing defects Pair courses in one location to create a customized training week Performing root cause analysis and save up to $500. See page 4 for more information. Evaluating the product and the test and For the latest information on this course and to download development processes a PDF brochure, visit: www.sqetraining.com/sst Assessing the criteria for “stopping” testing Final Perspective Improving your testing process t o r e g i s t e r , C a l l 8 8 8 . 2 6 8 . 8 7 7 0 o r 9 0 4 . 2 7 8 . 0 5 2 4 • w w w . s q e t r a i n i n g . C o m Guidelines for fostering change 9 F o r m o r e i n F o r m a t i o n a b o u t o n - s i t e t r a i n i n g , e m a i l o n s i t e t r a i n i n g @ s q e . C o m Course summary
  10. 10. test engineering Mastering test Design UPDATED 2 Days Techniques for Developing Focused Test Cases Also available in topical outline: eLearning format $ Learn functional, black-box test design techniques to find bugs—faster Introduction $ Explore structural, white-box methods to add more depth to test designs Place of test design within the testing process Test case elements $ Practice these test design techniques to reinforce your new skills Understanding test oracles $ Examine exploratory testing approaches to replace ad hoc testing You will earn 15 contact hours or PDUs upon completion of this course. Test case selection - trade-offs $ Find out when to use each test design technique for the best results Functional—Black-Box Test Techniques The Practical “how-To’s” of Creating Test Cases For Software Developers and Testers What is black-box testing? This course begins where many software testing courses end. Once the This course is appropriate for both novice and experienced software Black-box testing at different testing levels Equivalence class partitioning test plans are written, test teams are formed, and test tools are selected, testers. Developers in the agile world who are now expected to write - Discovering and documenting partitions it is time to create test cases. Since testing everything is impossible, test cases will find this course extremely useful. Test and development - Partitioning complex fields the first step in test design is to choose a subset of all possible tests of managers can also benefit from this course. A background of basic - Equivalence classes for multiple requirements program paths and data combinations to find important defects quickly. development processes and test levels is helpful but not required. Boundary value analysis Mastering Test Design teaches you to select a reasonable set of what to This course is also available for Web-based eLearning. See page 25 for Understanding boundaries test and develops your practical skills to become a better test engineer. more information. Challenging boundary issues - Grouping input data hands-On Practice of Testing Techniques Exercise Take-home Bonus Decision tables Experience the science and the art of both functional and structural Each public course participant - Decision table construction testing methods in an informal workshop setting. First, you will see receives a copy of A Practitioner’s - Grouping variables examples of each test technique demonstrated. Then, you’ll have Guide to Software Test Design. - Complex conditions the opportunity to practice these techniques, gain new testing skills, Order additional copies by visiting improve your testing effectiveness, and increase your professionalism. www.sqe.com/books.asp - Turning decision tables into test cases Valid for public courses only. State-transition diagrams and tables You will leave this class with a newfound confidence for designing test - State notation cases that find important bugs earlier. - Designing tests from state-transition diagrams Pairwise test methods - Orthogonal arrays - Combinatorial analysis aBoUt tHe instrUCtor PUBliC CoUrse offerings Structural—White-Box Test Washington, DC September 17–18, 2009 Techniques Dale Perry has more than thirty years of experience San Francisco, CA October 22–23, 2009 in information technology. He has been a programmer/ Tampa, FL November 19–20, 2009 What is white-box testing? Control flow concepts analyst, database administrator, project manager, - Applying control flow to code development manager, tester, and test manager. Indicates a Training Week course. See page 4 for details. - Understanding paths and cyclomatic complexity Dale’s project experience includes large systems Code coverage development and conversions, distributed systems, online applications, both client/server and Web-based. He has also sUggesteD CoUrses for Pairing - Unit statement and decision coverage - Integration path analysis been a professional instructor more than fifteen years and has Systematic Software Testing - Coverage applied at other levels presented at numerous industry conferences on development and Test Management Data flow analysis testing. With Software Quality Engineering for eleven years, Dale has Writing Testable Requirements - Data variable relationships specialized in training and consulting on testing, inspections and Just-in-Time Software Testing Exploratory and creative testing reviews, and other testing and quality related topics. Pair courses in one location to create a customized training week Beyond formal and scripted testing and save up to $500. See page 4 for more information. - Creative invalids Additional instructors for this course include Lee Copeland, Robert - Error guessing Sabourin, Claire Lohr, and Dawn Haynes. - Group insights - Exploratory testing process For the latest information on this course and to download a PDF brochure, visit: www.sqetraining.com/mtd t o r e g i s t e r , C a l l 8 8 8 . 2 6 8 . 8 7 7 0 o r 9 0 4 . 2 7 8 . 0 5 2 4 • w w w . s q e t r a i n i n g . C o m 10 F o r m o r e i n F o r m a t i o n a b o u t o n - s i t e t r a i n i n g , e m a i l o n s i t e t r a i n i n g @ s q e . C o m
  11. 11. test engineering software tester CertifiCation 3 Days Certified Tester—Foundation Level Training topical outline: $ Basics of testing—goals and limits, risk analysis, prioritizing, completion criteria $ Testing in software development—unit, integration, system, acceptance, and regression testing Fundamentals of Software Testing $ Testing techniques, static methods and other test design methods Also available in Software context: Why does software fail? eLearning format Principles, scope, and focus of testing $ Test management—strategies and planning, roles and responsibilities, defect tracking Debugging vs. testing $ Test tools, selection and implementation test deliverables Understanding risk Risk analysis: prioritizing using risk analysis Goals of testing Are you looking for an internationally recognized certification in software understand how testing fits into software The basic testing process testing? Delivered by top experts in the testing industry, Software development. Find out what it takes to be Test psychology – viewpoints on testing Tester Certification—Foundation Level is an accredited training course a successful software tester and how to prepare you for the ISTQB™ Certified Tester—Foundation Level testing can add significant value to Testing Throughout Software You will earn 22.5 contact hours or exam. ISTQB™ is the only internationally accepted certification for software development. PDUs upon completion of this course. Development Testing and development software testing, accredited through its network of national boards. The Early testing ISTQB™, a non-proprietary organization, has granted more than 110,000 Who Should Attend Models and testing The “V” model certifications in more than forty-five countries around the globe. The Software Tester Certification—Foundation Level course is Verification and validation appropriate for individuals who recently entered the testing field and Testing levels/stages within software development In the Software Tester Certification course, understand the basic skills Understanding regression testing those currently seeking ISTQB™ certification in software testing. Understanding test types required of a software test and quality assurance professional and Static Techniques What is static testing? Reviews, inspections, walkthroughs, etc. General review process aBoUt tHe instrUCtor PUBliC CoUrse offerings Common types of reviews Roles and responsibilities in reviews San Jose, CA August 25–27, 2009 Dale Perry has more than thirty years of experience Success factors for reviews Richmond, VA August 25–27, 2009 Limits of reviews in information technology. He has been a programmer/ Albany, Ny September 1–3, 2009 Understanding static analysis tools analyst, database administrator, project manager, Charlotte, NC September 1–3, 2009 development manager, tester, and test manager. Washington, DC Minneapolis, MN September 14–16, 2009 September 15–17, 2009 Test Design Techniques Dale’s project experience includes large systems Overview of test design and the design approach Boston, MA September 15–17, 2009 development and conversions, distributed systems, Salt Lake City, UT September 15–17, 2009 Documentation decision online applications, both client/server and Web-based. Philadelphia, PA September 22–24, 2009 Types of test design techniques He has also been a professional instructor more Human/experienced-based methods Atlanta, GA September 22–24, 2009 than fifteen years and has presented at numerous industry conferences Black-box (functional) techniques Indianapolis, IN Sept. 29–Oct. 1, 2009 White-box (structural) techniques on development and testing. With Software Quality Engineering for Anaheim, CA October 4–6, 2009 Experienced-based techniques eleven years, Dale has specialized in training and consulting on testing, Colorado Springs, CO October 6–8, 2009 Selecting the appropriate test technique inspections and reviews, and other testing and quality related topics. Baltimore, MD October 6–8, 2009 Additional instructors for this course include Conrad Fujimoto, Claire Lohr, Dawn Haynes, Rick Toronto, ON Rochester, Ny October 6–8, 2009 October 13–15, 2009 Test Management Craig, Robert Sabourin, Eric Patel, Jamie Mitchell, Gary Mogyorodi, Mike Ennis, and Ed Weller. Team organization Raleigh, NC October 13–15, 2009 Roles and responsibilities Kansas City, MO October 13–15, 2009 Understanding the test manager San Francisco, CA October 19–21, 2009 Understanding the tester sUggesteD CoUrses for Pairing Austin, TX Pittsburgh, PA October 20–22, 2009 October 20–22, 2009 Test planning and strategy Configuration management and testing Omaha, NE October 27–29, 2009 Performance, Load, and Stress Testing Defect/incident classification and management Cincinnati, Oh October 27–29, 2009 Lean-Agile Testing Practices Ft. Lauderdale, FL November 3–5, 2009 Tool Support for Testing Bethesda, MD November 3–5, 2009 Requirements-Based Testing Tampa, FL November 16–18, 2009 Selection process Introduction Test Process Improvement Sunnyvale, CA November 17–19, 2009 Benefits Exploratory Testing in Practice Phoenix, AZ December 1–3, 2009 Risks and concerns Classifications Pair courses in one location to create a customized training week Indicates a Training Week course. See page 4 for details. and save up to $500. See page 4 for more information. At the conclusion of the course, you will have the opportunity to take the ISTQB™ Certified Tester— Foundation Level exam. The exam is held at 3:30 For the latest information on this course and to download a PDF brochure, visit: www.sqetraining.com/stf p.m. on the third day of the course. The ISTQB™ Certified Tester—Foundation Level certification exam is independently administered by the American Software Testing Qualifications Board. t o r e g i s t e r , C a l l 8 8 8 . 2 6 8 . 8 7 7 0 o r 9 0 4 . 2 7 8 . 0 5 2 4 • w w w . s q e t r a i n i n g . C o m F o r m o r e i n F o r m a t i o n a b o u t o n - s i t e t r a i n i n g , e m a i l o n s i t e t r a i n i n g @ s q e . C o m 11 A $250 fee for the exam is added to your registration fee. For more information on ISTQB™ certification or to download the syllabus, please visit www.astqb.com.
  12. 12. test engineering Core toPiCs for aDVanCeD 2 Days CertifiCation topical outline: Foundations of Software Testing $ Create a test policy and test strategy and document them $ Select and hold the appropriate level of reviews and Testing and the software lifecycle effectively inspections Testing interrelationships Levels of testing within the lifecycle $ Perform test planning, analysis, and design $ Manage incidents to improve software quality Ethics The Testing Process $ Choose the appropriate testing levels for your projects $ Implement test automation to support your testing efforts Planning and control $ Measure the effectiveness of your testing $ Improve team dynamics What Is software measurement? Test planning $ Perform effective risk management Test analysis Test design Test conditions and test cases Test implementation Test execution The advanced certifications for the ISTQB™ Test Manager, Test Analyst, and Who Should Attend Evaluating exit criteria and reporting Technical Test Analyst all require a common set of knowledge and skills. Test closure activities Through the Core Topics for Advanced ISTQB™ Certification training course, • Individuals who have taken the ISTQB™ Certified Tester—Foundation Safety Critical Systems Characteristics of Systems you will develop the skills needed for all three advanced certifications. Level training and wish to expand their knowledge and skills into more Exercise/Discussion advanced areas. Test Management Specific techniques addressed include the place of software testing in • Individuals who have received the ISTQB™ Foundation Level certification, Test policy the development lifecycle; the ethical aspects of testing; test planning, have met the criteria for taking the advanced certification exams, and Test strategy Master test plan analysis, design, implementation, and execution; the role of master and wish to prepare for those exams. For more information regarding the Level test plans criteria for taking the advanced examinations, go to www.ASTQB.org. Risk management detailed level test plans; risk management; reviews and inspections and Exercise/Discussion incident management. • Anyone wishing to learn more about advanced testing topics. Reviews Types of reviews Selecting a review type This course has been accredited by the ASTQB when taken with either the three-day Advanced Test Analyst or Advanced Test Manager. General review process Key roles in formal reviews and inspections Implementing reviews Choosing documents to be reviewed Results of the review Exercise/Discussion aBoUt tHe instrUCtor PUBliC CoUrse offerings Incident Management Bethesda, MD November 2–3, 2009 Understanding incidents Dale Perry has more than thirty years of experience Incident management in information technology. He has been a programmer/ Incident lifecycle analyst, database administrator, project manager, Incident information development manager, tester, and test manager. sUggesteD CoUrses for Pairing Incident reporting Dale’s project experience includes large systems Using the incident management process Exercise/Discussion development and conversions, distributed systems, Advanced Tester Certification—Test Analyst online applications, both client/server and Web-based. Advanced Tester Certification—Test Manager Test Tools and Automation He has also been a professional instructor more Cost-benefit analysis than fifteen years and has presented at numerous industry conferences Pair courses in one location to create a customized training week Benefits on development and testing. With Software Quality Engineering for and save up to $500. Risks associated with tools Test tool management eleven years, Dale has specialized in training and consulting on testing, Test tool strategy inspections and reviews, and other testing and quality related topics. Tool integration Rick Craig is an additional instructor for this course. Automation languages Tool deployment Tool classification and categories Discussion For the latest information on this course and to download a PDF brochure, visit: www.sqetraining.com/act People Skills Individual skills Role of communication Levels of communication Key communication skills Test team dynamics t o r e g i s t e r , C a l l 8 8 8 . 2 6 8 . 8 7 7 0 o r 9 0 4 . 2 7 8 . 0 5 2 4 • w w w . s q e t r a i n i n g . C o m Independence of testing 12 F o r m o r e i n F o r m a t i o n a b o u t o n - s i t e t r a i n i n g , e m a i l o n s i t e t r a i n i n g @ s q e . C o m

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