ISTQB® Foundation: Test Techniques
Gain the ability to apply various software testing techniques . This course will teach you how to test software more effectively and successfully complete the ‘Test Techniques’ section of the ISTQB exam.
What you'll learn
Effective testing is critical to the success of a software system. In this course, ISTQB® Foundation: Test Techniques, you’ll learn to understand and apply a wide range of test techniques. First, you’ll explore black-box test techniques. Next, you’ll learn about two component-level white-box test techniques. Finally, you’ll discover experience-based test techniques. . When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of test techniques needed to test software more effectively and successfully complete the ‘Test Techniques’ section of the ISTQB exam.
Table of contents
- Module Overview 2m
- Understanding Equivalence Partitioning 7m
- Applying Equivalence Partitioning 8m
- Understanding Boundary Value Analysis 6m
- Applying Boundary Value Analysis 6m
- Understanding Decision Table Testing 8m
- Applying Decision Table Testing 9m
- Understanding State Transition Testing 6m
- Applying State Transition Testing 6m
- Use Case Testing 5m
- Key Takeaways 1m
This course will not only teach you how to more effectively test software, this course will give you the knowledge to successful complete the 'Test Techniques' section on the ISTQB exam.
In this course, you will learn about the different categories of test techniques, black box techniques, component-level white box test techniques, and past experience techniques.
Prerequisites for this course is having a basic understanding of software in general.
Equivalence partitioning is a software testing technique that divides input data of a software unit into partitions of equivalent data where test cases can be derived.
Black box testing is a method where the internal structure, design, and implementation of the item being tested is not known to the tester. White box testing is a method where the internal structure, design, and implementation of the item being tested is known to the tester.