Monday, July 5, 2010

Rapid Software Testing, Dublin, September 2010 - places limited!

Rapid Software Testing is a three-day, hands-on class that teaches testing as a sophisticated thinking art.

The philosophy presented in this class is not like traditional approaches to testing, which ignore the thinking part of testing and instead advocate never-ending paperwork. Products have become too complex for that, time is too short, and testers are too expensive. Rapid testing uses a cyclic approach and heuristic methods to constantly re-optimize testing to fit the needs of your clients.

The Rapid approach isn't just testing with a speed or sense of urgency; it's mission-focused testing that eliminates unnecessary work, assures that everything necessary gets done, and constantly asks what testing can do to speed the project as a whole. This class presents an approach to testing that begins with developing personal skills and extends to the ultimate mission of software testing: lighting the way of the project by evaluating the product. One important tool of rapid testing is the discipline of exploratory testing-essentially a testing martial art. Exploratory testing combines test design, test execution, test result interpretation, and learning into a seamless process that finds a lot of problems quickly.

If you are an experienced tester, you'll find out how to articulate those intellectual processes of testing that you already practice intuitively. If you're a new tester, hands-on testing exercises help you gain critical experience.
 
MICHAEL BOLTON
Michael Bolton is an established and recognised leading-edge expert in the area of Software Testing. Michael has extensive experience in delivering workshops, tutorials, and conference presentations on the topic of Rapid Software Testing. He has over 20 years of experience in the computer industry testing, developing, managing, and writing about software.

Contact susan@isa-skillnet.com to book your place

2 comments:

  1. Michael Bolton has a great blog. It is thought provoking and informative.

    Check it out:

    http://www.developsense.com/blog/

    Also, check out his Online References:

    http://www.developsense.com/resources.html#onlineReferences

    It's a great resource for testing information.

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  2. Software testing still remains an art, due to limited understanding of the principles of software.
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