Сертификация ISTQB

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Сертификация ISTQB

  1. 1. ISTQB certificationSoftware Tester<br />by Kateryna Nesmyelova ©<br />
  2. 2. ISTQB history<br />1998 ISEB (Information Systems Examinations Board, part of the British Computer Society) develops the Certified Tester Syllabus. The first Software Testers are certified in 1998.<br />The German Testing Board is founded. It develops the German language Certified Tester syllabus according to the ISEB ideal and also takes German standards (e.g. DIN) into account. <br />2002 First certifications „ASQF®-Certified-Tester (AD V1.0)“ (ArbeitskreisSoftware-Qualität und -Fortbildunge.V.= Working Group for Software Quality and Training) in German-speaking countries. <br />2002 The ISTQB® (International Software Testing Qualifications Board), the Swiss Testing Board and the Austrian Testing Board are founded.<br />2003 The syllabus for the „Advanced Level“ is completed.<br />2004 First exams for„ISTQB® Certified-Tester Advanced Level“<br />The number of national Testing Boards climbs to a total of 14!<br />The number of national Testing Boards climbs further. Now 28 (Date: 10-2006) Prospects: the „Expert Level“ syllabus is expected. 2009<br />2009 Expert Level Syllabus - Improving the Testing Process (Beta Version 2009)<br />TodayMore than 100.000 Certified Testers across the world and 46 national testing boards(January 2010) <br />
  3. 3. Why ISTQB certification?<br />A tester certification confirms the professional capabilities of software testers through objective, carefully-designed exams. <br />ISTQB Certified Tester is the first and only international scheme for further education in this field. <br />ISTQB’s approach<br />Focuses on practical, real-world testing activities<br />Supports a career path with levels of certification<br />Promotes the software testing profession<br />Represents the distilled wisdom of many experts <br />including practitioners, consultants, trainers, <br />and academics<br />Re-certification is not required (concerns both Foundation and Advanced Levels)<br />
  4. 4. ISTQB® Certified Tester – principal attributes<br />World-wide standard forthe training and further education of software testers<br />Multi-stage syllabus<br />Independent examination authority<br />Internationally recognized certificate<br />
  5. 5. Levels of Certification<br />Certified Tester<br />Expert Level<br />Test<br />Analyst (Functional<br />Tester)<br />Technical <br />Test<br />Analyst<br />(Technical <br />Tester)<br />Test<br />Manager<br />Certified Tester Advanced Level<br />At least 18 months testing experience<br />Certified Tester Foundation Level<br />
  6. 6. Foundation Level Certification<br />Entry-level certification: 0+ years of experience<br />Goals<br />Ensure a broad understanding of the fundamental best practices and key concepts in software testing<br />Provide a foundation for professional growth<br />Syllabus/body of knowledge covers<br />Fundamentals of testing, testing in the software development lifecycle, static (review) techniques, white-box and black-box test case design techniques, test management, and testing tools<br />Status: The ISTQB released the latest version of <br />the Foundation Level Syllabus in 2007.<br />
  7. 7. ISTQB® Syllabus – Foundation Level<br />Software testing <br />fundamentals <br />Testing throughout<br />the software<br /> life-cycle<br />Test design<br />techniques<br />Static testing<br />techniques<br />Test <br />management<br />Tool support<br /> for testing<br />Definition of terms<br />Software <br />development models<br />Explanation of <br />techniques terms<br />Meaning ofstatic test<br />Organization<br />Types of<br /> testing tool <br />Reason for testing<br />The economics<br />of testing<br />Black and whitebox tests<br />Reviews and thetest process<br />Configurationmanagement<br />Tool selection <br />and use<br />Fundamental<br />test process<br />Test plan<br />Functional test<br /> techniques<br />Types of review<br />Test estimation,<br />monitoring & control<br />The psychology<br />of testing<br />Component test<br />Structural test<br /> techniques<br />Static analysis<br />Incidentmanagement<br />Re-test andregression test<br />Integration test<br />Experience-based<br />techniques<br />Testing standards<br />Expected results<br />Functional<br />system test<br />Prioritizing tests<br />Non-functionalsystem test<br />Acceptance test<br />Maintenance test<br />
  8. 8. Advanced Certification<br />Mid-level certification: 5+ years experience, or 2 years experience and a Bachelor’s degree in (Computer Science or a related degree)<br />Goals<br />Ensure an understanding of advanced best practices and key concepts in software testing by committed test professionals<br />Support on-going professional growth<br />Syllabus/body of knowledge covers<br />Advanced behavioral (black-box) testing for independent testers, test automation, advanced structural (white-box) testing for testers and programmers, and sophisticated test management concepts<br />Status: The ISTQB released the latest version of <br />the Advanced Level Syllabus in October, 2007.<br />
  9. 9. ISTQB® Syllabus – Advanced Level<br />Test Management<br />Technical Tester<br />Functional Tester<br />Software testing <br />fundamentals <br />Testing throughout<br />the software<br /> life-cycle<br />Test design<br />techniques<br />Static testing<br />techniques<br />Test <br />management<br />Tool support<br /> for testing<br />Definition of terms<br />Software <br />development models<br />Explanation of <br />techniques terms<br />Meaning ofstatic test<br />Organization<br />Types of<br /> testing tool <br />Reason for testing<br />The economics<br />of testing<br />Black and whitebox tests<br />Reviews and thetest process<br />Configurationmanagement<br />Tool selection <br />and use<br />Fundamental<br />test process<br />Test plan<br />Functional test<br /> techniques<br />Types of review<br />Test estimation,<br />monitoring & control<br />The psychology<br />of testing<br />Component test<br />Structural test<br /> techniques<br />Static analysis<br />Incidentmanagement<br />Re-test andregression test<br />Integration test<br />Experience-based<br />techniques<br />Testing standards<br />Expected results<br />System test<br />Prioritizing tests<br />Acceptance test<br />Maintenance test<br />
  10. 10. Expert Certification<br />Guru-level certification: 7+ years experience<br />Goals<br />Ensure consistent understanding and execution of proven cutting-edge techniques by seasoned test professionals<br />Lead the software testing profession<br />Syllabi/bodies of knowledge covers<br />Test process improvement, test automation, test management, and more<br />Status:Beta version available<br />.<br />
  11. 11. Value of Certification<br />To the tester<br />Demonstrate mastery of the best practices and key concepts in the field<br />Advance career opportunities in competitive markets<br />To the organization <br />Ensure better testing for better software, reduced costs, and improved quality<br />Achieve consistency and re-usability of testing<br />To the profession<br />Build on our best work and provide test processes<br />Define the profession and what testers should know<br />

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