Whereas ‘classical’ test design techniques are used to test functionality we know and are aware of, exploratory testing is often focused on testing functionality we do not know and are not aware of. Unfortunately, both techniques suffer from a blind spot.The challenge for senior testers is to combine both types of testing in the best possible way, depending on the context. Do you want to improve testing in a DevOps or Agile team by using timeboxed exploratory testing? Then the use of testing techniques is often helpful to (re)consider situations and combinations you wouldn’t consider while executing exploratory tests.
This two-day training is a refresher for and provides in-depth coverage of a number of test design techniques, along with guidance on how to use them and to give insight into how they can help deal with the blind spots of exploratory testing.
The training gives a short explanation of test design techniques and many practical cases in creating test scripts using the test design techniques such as:
This training is intended for senior testers who want to learn how to get more out of their (exploratory) tests using familiar testing techniques. This training requires practical experience as a tester.
Enroll for this course Test Design Techniques for senior testers.