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|Course code||RT101||Skill level||Basic|
|Duration||2.0 days||Delivery type||Classroom|
|Course type||Public or Private on-site|
|Public price||USD $1,400.00 plus tax|
Gain an overview of some key practices that help make software testing successful within the general context of an iterative development life cycle. Hands-on exercises reinforce the practices with concrete examples.
Using the structure provided by the Rational Unified Process (RUP), explore a number of testing practices that can be applied in various contexts including:
This course is Version 2002.05.20
IACET Continuing Education Units: 1.6
Training Paths that reference this course are:
- Training Path for Quality Management: Rational Quality Manager - Tester
- Training Path for Quality Management: Rational Performance Tester
- Training Path for Quality Management: Rational Quality Manager - Test Manager
- Training Path for Quality Management: Rational Functional Tester
- Developer: Enterprise Architect Ancillary
- Analyst: System Analyst Ancillary
Software developers, who want to understand the goals and tactics of functional testing, and software managers, who need to better understand the goals and methods of the testers who work on their projects.
You should have experience performing software testing with either six months on the job experience or significant experience in some other software development role.
For students interested in continued learning in this field, we suggest taking:
PRJ110: Principles of Rational Unified Process
TST110: Principles of Test Automation for GUI Testing
SCM110: Principles of Defect and Change Tracking with Rational ClearQuest
DEV205: Essentials of Rational PurifyPlus
Rational Unified Process Fundamentals
Rational TeamTest Fundamentals for Functional Testing
Rational TeamTest Fundamentals for Performance Testing
TST278: Essentials of Functional Testing with Rational TeamTest for Java and Web-Based Applications Rational Team Test Expert-Level Automation