Whether you are transitioning to an Agile development process or looking to hone your practices, this Agile Testing course is an invaluable resource for developing best practices when it comes to Agile testing.
- Learn how to apply iterative testing to your Agile product delivery -
Janet Gregory, co-author of Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams, works with you to develop a thorough understanding of testing in short iterations, the role of testers on a daily basis and how to apply such processes as ATDD (Acceptance Test Driven Development) to your Agile testing efforts.
A final simulation project allows you to set these lessons in stone so that you can bring a nuanced and rich base of experience and knowledge to your businesses and projects.
You will receive a complimentary copy of "Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams", authored by Janet Gregory and Lisa Crispin, on your first day of this course!
Who you will be learning with
Team members, managers of Agile teams, as well as those looking to transition to Agile practices fill this course. If you are outside of the testing sphere, this can be an equally valuable source of information to help you identify how your testing team can best deliver insights to your ongoing development and growth needs.
How to apply these skills
Move your career in a new direction or strengthen your skills as a tester to bring new insights and processes to your Agile product development.
Book early to receive a discount on the course price and in doing so you will not only commit to growing your own skill set, but help us grow our community of over 140,000 passionate techies.
P3X Fringe Package
Interested in taking Agile Testing on 5th - 7th November? Make it a week of learning by joining us for P3X 2018, and get a special discount on your conference ticket!
Call or email our team for more information.
Learn how to:
- Contribute on agile teams through testing
- Cover all dimensions of software quality in short release cycles
- Collaborate to deliver the "right" business value at frequent, consistent intervals
The Agile Testing Fellowship is a group of like-minded people who are interested in the discussion around quality and testing in agile teams. With completion of the Whole Team Approach to Agile Testing and Quality course, you will recieve a certificate of attendence and an invitation to complete an assessment of your learning from the course. The assessment is meant to be a learning opportunity and not an ‘exam’ that you have to pass immediately. Once you complete the assessment successfully, you will become a member of the fellowship and have access to discussions with Lisa Crispin, Janet Gregory, trainers, and other people worldwide that have a shared interest in expanding their knowledge base.
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What the community says
"Janet is one of the best trainers I know."Attendee
"Thoroughly engaged throughout the three days - usually difficult to do but Janet made it look easy."Paul Douglas, News UK
"Janet clearly has a wealth of experience in this area."Ann Stuart, The Northview Group
"Enjoyable and enlightening course interesting subject matter and good examples used in context."Samantha Rooum
"Janet was brilliant throughout."Junaio Valimulla
Introduction into Agile and How Testing Fits
- Overview of Agile Terminology
- Agile Methods: How is testing different from phased and gated methods
Adapting to Agile - The Whole Team Approach
- The Whole Team Approach
- Roles and responsibilities, learning to collaborate
- Overcoming common obstacles - including cultural issues and mini-waterfalls
- Transitioning typical processes - defect tracking, quality models, traceability
Making Test Automation Work
- The value of automation
- Barriers to automation
- Developing an automation strategy
- Using the automation pyramid for maximum benefit
- A bit on test design, what to automate, what not to automate
- Applying agile principles to automation
- Evaluating tools and managing the tests
Testing Activities at the Release and Feature Level
- Agile approach to test planning - alternatives to large test plans
- Levels of precision and dependencies
- Slicing stories with thin slices/steel thread approach
- How testers contribute to sizing and prioritizing stories
- Discussions on test results, metrics and test coverage
Test Approaches for Agile
- Guiding development with tests (ATDD)
- Using the agile testing quadrants - vocabulary, benefits
- Exploratory testing
- Testing for quality attributes
Testing Activities During the Iteration and Story Development
- Story readiness
- Iteration planning - testing tasks
- Coding & Testing
- Exercises throughout the class follow the case study of an iteration simulation and will wrap up so that students have an opportunity to experience all the theories discussed.
- Successful deliver
- Release retrospective
Key Success Factors
- Seven key success factors for agile testing
- Confidence building practices
If you are on an Agile team, as a tester or as a product owner, programmer or development manager, and you want to learn what testing means in an Agile environment, this Agile Testing course is for you!
This Agile Testing course emphasises a whole team approach to Agile Testing and is aimed at anyone who wants to learn what testing means on an agile team. In addition to testers, team members fulfilling different roles, will also benefit from understanding their contribution and their interaction with testers on the team.
To benefit most from this Agile Testing course, you should have some understanding of agile processes prior to attending, so that you can actively contribute to discussions with questions and share your experiences.