While many of the traditional concepts of software testing still hold true, Web and eBusiness applications have a different risk profile to other, more mature environments. Gone are the days of measuring release cycles in months or years; instead, Web applications now have release cycles often measured in days or even hours! A typical Web tester now has to deal with shorter release cycles, constantly changing technology, fewer mature testing tools, and an anticipated user base that may run into millions on the first day of a site’s launch.
Many testers and test managers are being asked to make the transition from testing traditional client/server, PC, and/or mainframe environments to testing rapidly changing Web sites. This training course seeks to help those making the transition by explaining these new technologies and suggesting test cases and techniques that can be included in a Web site's site navigation, functional, usability, and compatibility test plans.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Discover proven tips and techniques on how to handle the most common and vexing issues that affect Web testers and managers.
Review the most common technologies being used to build Web sites.
Learn about the test tools available for Web testing.
Save time – and money – by learning from the mistakes made by others.
Discover what’s different about testing Web and eBusiness applications.
Who Should Attend
Test engineers, developers, Web testers, Web masters, project managers, test managers, quality analysts, project leaders, and business analysts.