Learn how to use the tools in Visual Studio 2013 to complete software testing requirements on this Microsoft MTA Software Testing course.
Your course package is designed to provide maximum learning and convenience. This is included in the price of your course:
Your expert instructor will get you ready for the following exams and certifications, which are included in your course package and covered by the Certification guarantee.
You´ll have the perfect starting point for your training with these prerequisites:
- Working as a tester on a software development team
- Reading or writing software requirements
- Using Microsoft Test Manager 2012 or 2013
Using our engaging learning methodology including a variety of tools, we’ll cover the entire curriculum.
Module 1: Introduction to Application Lifecycle Management
This module introduces you to the core technologies and practices that a software development team needs to understand in order to set up and use Visual Studio Online. Understanding these core technologies and practices will help you and the software development team to plan and track the software development and testing effort.
- Software Testing in an Agile World
- Application Lifecycle Management
- Visual Studio Online
- Team Projects
- The Fabrikam Fiber Case Study
Module 2: Planning and Tracking Work
This module introduces you to the practices and tools that are used to create and manage a product backlog, plan a sprint, and create and track the work during the sprint.
- Writing Agile Requirements
- Capturing Agile Requirements
- Planning a Sprint
Module 3: Planning the Testing Effort
Learn the practices and activities that are used to plan the testing effort by using Microsoft Test Manager. This module will also teach you how to use Microsoft Test Manager to create test plans, test suites, and test cases.
- Knowing What to Test
- Microsoft Test Manager
- Organizing the Testing Effort
- The Test Case
Module 4: Running Manual Tests
This module will introduce you to the tools and practices that a software development team use to run manual tests by using Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).
- Knowing Where and When to Test
- Running a Manual Test
- Recording and Playing Back
- Collecting Data
- Viewing and Analyzing Test Results
Module 5: Testing in the Real World
In this module you'll be introduced to the additional tools and practices that a software development team can use to solve problems that come up when testing real applications in dynamic environments.
- Using Parameters and Shared Steps
- Promoting Test Cases
- Testing in Team Web Access
- Exploratory Testing
Module 6: Improving Testing Practices
This module encourages you to think about the future. Manual testing is straightforward and Microsoft Test Manager makes it even simpler. However, high-performance teams that release new editions of applications regularly need automation, complex test environments, and a plan to evolve their test plan from sprint to sprint. This module covers all of these topics.
- Automating Test Cases
- Promoting Test Cases
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