Testing software requires typical testing skills, but knowledge of and experience in supporting tools is almost indispensable. Examples are database interaction using a query language (e.g. SQL), analyzing message transfer in end-to-end or web environments (XML or HTML), using macro functionality and VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) in Microsoft Office when creating test cases, analyzing test results, etc. Technical skills are of growing importance for test professionals.
The objective of this course is to provide insight to using this type of supporting tools and technologies from a tester’s perspective. It’s not the intention to teach you how to become a developer. The course is mainly hands-on training. After a short explanation of the theory the participants will practice by performing exercises. Creating and validating XML documents is just a simple example of the exercises in the training.
This one-day course is essential in an overall training program of a professional tester.
The course is given by experienced Polteq teachers who are using these supporting tools in their daily work.
This course is intended for both junior and more experienced test engineers who want to understand more of the technical challenges in the testing business.
Enroll for this course Technical skills for test professionals.