Manual Testing Syllabus

Manual Testing profession is for learners who aim to be practically well versed with the emerging trends of the Industry and apply their learning on the field. Through manual testing syllabus it is easy to mould into testing professionals who can stand up to the challenge to enter IT industry (good CCM level company). This software testing professionals who can perform the precise testing of such software is in great demand today. The learners also get a chance to give the ISTQB certification with the careful guidance of the Software Testing faculty and training institute. Following are the basic points/contents to learn manual testing in structured form to get to know ins and outs of the software testing

Manual Testing Syllabus / Contents of Manual Testing:-

A] Software Testing Fundamentals
Software Quality & Testing Concepts
Why is Testing Necessary?
What is Testing
General Principles of Testing
Fundamental Test Processes
Psychology of Testing

B] Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
Helps to know how testing runs parallel with development life cycle process in SDLC
Waterfall
Spiral model
Incremental Model
Agile Model
V shaped Model
CMMI Model

C] Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC) and Bug/Defect Life Cycle
Requirements Analysis
Test Planning
Test Analysis
Software Testing Life Cycle
Test Case Design
Final Testing and Implementation
Bug/Defect Tracking
Bug/Defect Life Cycle
Post Implementation

D] Verification, Validation and Static Testing Techniques
Verification and Validation model
Review Process and types of review
Inspection process
Static analysis by tool

E] Levels of Testing
Unite testing
Integration testing
System testing
Acceptance testing

F] Functional and Non Functional Testing
Usability Testing
Security Testing
Configuration testing
Compatibility Testing
Recovery Testing
Availability Testing
GUI Testing
Volume Testing
Internationalization Testing
Localization Testing
Performance Testing
Load Testing
Stress Testing

G] Black Box and White Box Testing
Boundary value analysis
Error guessing
Equivalence Class partitioning
Data coverage
Code coverage

H] Other Types of Testing
Mutation Testing
Retesting
Sanity testing
Smoke testing
Adhoc testing
Risk Based testing
Exploratory testing

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