Testing complex and undocumented Legacy systems
Venue: Visconti Palace Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Jun 06, 2011||End Date/Time: Jun 08, 2011|
Dirty Systems are those that are complex, undocumented and have unknown defect levels and architecture. These are challenging systems to maintain and test because over time they grow old and fragile.
In this course, based on the book by Randall W. Rice and William E. Perry of the same title, you will learn a process for how to gain understanding of a Dirty System, plan and design effective tests, and ultimately improve or clean the system based on what is learned in testing.
Testing Dirty Systems is based on a six-step process that takes from software discovery through test planning and design, test execution, test analysis and reporting, and finally, clean-up. You will leave with knowledge of how tools can help you understand and test Dirty Systems and how to deal with special testing challenges in Dirty Systems.
The delegates will also receive a copy of the book â€œTesting Dirty Systemsâ€ by randy Rice.
What you will learn
Learn how to improve Dirty Systems and reduce the total cost of maintenance and the risk of failures
Learn how to find costly and embarrassing problems before your customers find them
Understand the key issues in testing Dirty Systems
Learn how to design tests that adequately cover undocumented requirements and Business events
Advance your career by reinforcing your testing expertise
Introduction to Testing Dirty Systems
A Process for Testing Dirty Systems
The Economics of Testing
Basic Test Planning
Test Case Development
User Acceptance Testing
Test Cases From Use Cases
Walkthroughs and Inspections
Test Evaluation and Reporting
Test Project Management