Learn what you need to consider when we're testing a product
- Dan Ashby
One of the main activities a tester is involved in on a day to day basis is testing the products that our teams build. Starting out as a tester, it may be one of the first things we do, and it can be daunting. Where do you start? What sort of testing should you do? When do you stop? This course is here to help and is all about testing products. To help answer these questions, this course will:
Share demonstrations of product testing for us to learn from
Discuss the informal process we follow when testing products
Do some product testing of our own
Reflect on how we know when we’re done testing?
So if you’re looking to get stuck into product testing. Then join us as we demonstrate how to test a product and reflect on what’s going in professional testers brain as they test.
Director of Quality Services
Quality and Testing enthusiast, teacher, coach, mentor and servant leader.
Director of Quality Services @ Ada Health.
I blog at: danashby.co.uk and I'm a co-founder of the MoT Essentials
(formerly the Software Testing Clinic).
I love being involved in the testing community (and other communities)!
Principle Lead - Product & Delivery (Digital)
Tracey has been a software tester for over ten years. During that time she has specialised in the testing of clinical software including Patient Administration Systems (PAS), Electronic Patient Record Systems (EPR), Clinical Decision Support and Primary Care software in the UK public sector.
She is passionate about testing and delivering quality solutions that deliver value to its users. You can get in touch with Tracey via Twitter @tbaxter78.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
Compare testing activities to other’s testing activities to learn more
Generate test ideas and carry out test execution activities
Distinguish implicit and explicit signs that you’ve finished testing
This course is designed for new starters in testing which means no prerequisite skills or knowledge is required.