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Why software testing

  1. 1. Why Software Testing? www.TransformToIT.com 517-518-9612
  2. 2. Major Software Failures • Small software defect caused military Satellite launching failure in 1999 worth 1.3 billion dollars. Cost of Defect is 1.3 Billion Dollars • US Bank Software Defect deposit amount in 830 customers worth 920 Millions in 1996. • Royal Bank Of Scotland Software Glitch : Customers not able to access their online accounts for 5 days due to unusual software upgrades happened in working hours. • Twitter Crashes due to Virus Attack. • LinkedIn Passwords Leaked. • “Go Daddy” Down due to virus attack – thousands of websites down for certain time • Knight Capital trades 3 billion shares everyday reported huge loss in third quarter due to software bug, losses 440 million due to ERP errors which generated Erroneous orders to buy stocks major companies which listed in NYSE.
  3. 3. Major Software Failures – Contd.. • Apple owned map application Apple Maps Errors for I OS users: lot of bugs no labels, wrong directions , no public transit directions etc. CEO release apology note to the customers. • Click Fenzy is Australian online sales event similar to cyber Monday in US, In 2012 site is crashed and thrown 404 Error due to not able to accommodate huge number of concurrent users. • A computer Bug wreaked havoc on thousands of travellers with a US airline, delaying flights for hours. A bug in the dispatch system software resulted in hundreds of delayed flights across the US and internationally. The two hour outage held up 636 of the 5,679 scheduled flights and resulted in 10 flights being cancelled altogether. • Defect or Bug: • Fault in system called Defect. If system is not working as expected then called as defect.
  4. 4. What is Software Testing • Software Testing: • Finding existing defects in the system to make sure software system working as expected. • To Verify Completeness of the System
  5. 5. Defect • Fault in system called Defect. If system is not working as expected then called as defect.
  6. 6. Defect Example – Software Requirement Software Requirement for Marks-Pass/Fail Calculator: • FAIL Criteria: Out of 100 .Marks obtained less than 35 (<35) and greater than or equal to 0 • PASS Criteria: Out of 100 .Marks obtained greater than and equal to 35 • Invalid Value Criteria: Any Value less than 0 and greater than 100 will be called as Invalid Value
  7. 7. Source Code Dim iMarks (Declare a variable to store marks obtained.) If iMarks >= 0 and iMarks < 35 then sResult = “FAIL” ElseIf iMarks > 35 and iMarks <= 100 then sResult = “PASS” Else sResult = “Invalid” End If
  8. 8. Why QA Testing Career? • No Prior IT Career required. • Easy to Learn • Stable Career. • Recession proof Jobs. • Competitive Salaries. • Salaries ranging from 50 K to 130K/ Annum.
  9. 9. Our Training • We feel Just simple “QA – Testing” Training is Incomplete. QA- Testing /Handson
  10. 10. Training Layers
  11. 11. Why QA Testing Career? • Stable Career. • Recession proof Jobs • Competitive Salaries. • Starting from 45K to 130K/ Annum • Small change requires possible retesting of all functionalities of Application • Improved Quality:
  12. 12. Why Our Training • High Quality Trainer who shares valuable real-time situations, working samples, client interaction experiences, challenges faced. • Recorded Sessions All sessions are recorded and sent to students. • Interactive Approach Students can ask any questions during live session. • Real Time Explanation*** Explains Concepts with Real-time scenarios • Domain Knowledge Sessions*** Domain Knowledge Sessions on Insurance & Finance domains • Resume Preparation Resume preparation • Real-time Experience • Affordable Fee
  13. 13. Thank You!
  14. 14. Training • We feel Just “QA – Testing” Training is Incomplete. QA- Testing Concepts
  15. 15. Training Layers
  16. 16. Why Our Training • High Quality Trainer who shares valuable real-time situations, working samples, client interaction experiences,challenges faced. • Recorded Sessions All sessions are recorded and sent to students. • Interactive Approach Students can ask any questions during live session. • Real Time Explanation*** Explains Concepts with Real-time scenarios • Domain Knowledge Sessions*** Domain Knowledge Sessions on Insurance & Finance domains • Resume Preparation Resume preparation • Real-time Experience • Affordable Fee
  17. 17. Our Track record • We helped plenty of our trainees to their Kick Start IT Career. Out of our 15 QA Batches ▫ 42 Trainees working as Functional QA Testers ▫ 8 Trainees working as Performance Testers ▫ 2 Trainee working as Performance Test Lead ▫ 6 Trainees working as QA Lead ▫ 1 Trainee Working as QA Manager.
  18. 18. Why QA Testing Career? • Stable Career. • Recession proof Jobs • Competitive Salaries. • Starting from 45K to 130K/ Annum • Small change requires possible retesting of all functionalities of Application • Improved Quality:
  19. 19. Training Schedule • Theoretical Study • Practical Execution of testing • Spend Considerable time for Home Work (Assignments) • Classes: Three WeekDays evening 6.30 pm CST to 8.30 pm CST Weekend: Saturday 9.30 am CST to 12.30 pm CST
  20. 20. Thank You!
  21. 21. Training Plan
  22. 22. BA Career • Analytical Mind • Communicate & Write • Problem Solver
  23. 23. Business Analyst Reponsibilities • Clarifying Business needs • Troubleshooting Software Issues • Proposing Solutions • Business Analysis is Beginner friendly • No Need Computer Degree • Recession Proof Job • Cannot be Outsourced • Salary almost double the antional Average • Fastest growing field no Slowdown • No need to throw away your past experience

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