Exploring Non-Functional Testing May 2021
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Why You Should Take This Course
As software testers, we spend the majority of our time exploring and learning about functional testing and focusing on the functional needs of our applications. Often missing the increase in the quality we can bring to our applications by exploring various non-functional characteristics. The world of non-functional testing is broad and diverse and includes far more than performance and security testing!
The Exploring Non-Functional Testing live online training course has been designed to help you get started on your adventure through the world of non-functional testing and get you set on a path for your next adventure in the world of non-functionals.
Exploring Non-Functionals is delivered online by an experienced instructor with over a decade of experience in software testing. The training is intended to be hands-on, interactive, and designed using proven techniques for adult learners.
Students will leave this training with a plan and the next steps to start learning more about a selected form of non-functional testing.
We’ll get started on our exploration of non-functional testing with conversation and hands-on activities to develop an understanding of what non-functional testing is and isn’t. We’ll work in groups, on our own, and as a whole class to build a solid foundational understanding of how we deliver quality in non-functional planning, analysis, and testing. Once we’ve laid our foundation, we’ll start our exploration of User Experience testing and discover more about what it means to test and measure user experience.
We’ll continue our exploration by discovering more about maintainability as a non-functional test type. Again using a combination of hands-on and experiential learning we’ll learn how to start identifying code patterns and discuss how to support the maintainability of your applications, even if you’re not a coder! We’ll bring our exploration to a close by discussing other often overlooked non-functional test types and develop individual plans to continue exploring a non-functional test type on your own.