Making sure the most important testing is done in the time
available 1 Day Intensive Seminar Workshop
Testing is our primary means of reducing
risks related to systems and software. By identifying and prioritizing
risks, we can make sure that limited time and resources are used
to test the most important things. After examining the elements
of risk and classical means for dealing with it, attendees will
review three separate approaches for identifying risks: the traditional
project management perspective, conventional testing which is
reactive to development, and Proactive Testing™ that drives
development. Exercises enhance learning by allowing participants
to practice applying practical techniques to realistic examples.
* The elements of risk and risk reduction,
and their relation to software development and testing.
* Risks that project management tends to focus on.
* Reactive risk prioritization approaches commonly
practiced in the testing community.
* Proactive Testing™ methods to identify commonly
overlooked major risks.
* Scaling the risk analysis to the size of problem
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course has been designed
for analysts, designers, programmers, testers, auditors, users, and
managers who plan, oversee, and/or carry out testing of software products.