BA29 - User Acceptance Testing for Business Analysts
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for the Business Analyst professional who is involved with testing the functionality of technology projects.
Develop an understanding about basic concepts associated with User Acceptance Testing
See how UAT applies to the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC)
Recognize benefits of improved quality of deployed software using User
Identify the key roles, activities and deliverables which make up User Acceptance Testing
Use a Business Use Case to define scenarios for testing
Create a UAT test plan and write UAT test cases with associated test data
Understand the process for testing functional and non-functional requirements
Identify the challenges of testing vendor-supplied applications
What is software testing and why is it important? Typical problems that we encounter with software The Cost of Quality (CoQ) and the cost of finding defects too late The “V” Testing Model The four stages of software testing (Unit, Integration, System, User Acceptance Testing) Testing best practices
What is UAT and what is the role of the Business Analyst? Characteristics of a good UAT tester The tasks of UAT testing The UAT documents Common terms & definitions
The importance of UAT planning What is a UAT Test Plan? The six steps for creating a UAT Test Plan General testing tips (see Testing Guidelines and Techniques document)
What is UAT test coverage? Using a Requirements Traceability Matrix Set the testing scope – what to test and what not to test The UAT Test Coverage Matrix Verifying Non-functional requirements (i.e., performance, security, usability, availability, etc.)
What are the goals of UAT testing? What is a UAT Test Case? How do UAT Test Plans and Test Cases relate? The four steps for creating a UAT Test Case Business Use Case and define test data for a portion of the steps Preparing, running, and documenting the UAT Tests General testing tips and techniques
Documenting UAT test results What is a defect? How to log a defect? The “bug” lifecycle Writing a good problem description Taking screen snapshots 10 tips to avoid writing bad defect reports Signing-off on UAT
Challenges of testing vendor-supplied applications Challenges to the business Eight steps for testing vendor-supplied applications
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This course begins at 9:00 Eastern
And ends at 17:00 Eastern
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