The method of studying a system with the goal of recognizing bugs is called software testing. It is done to see if the system obeys with the requirements that have been established.
Testing evaluates the system’s complete quality in terms of its correctness, comprehensiveness, performance, usability, and other functional and non-functional characteristics.
The following two software testing categories:
1) Manual Testing
2) Automation Testing
There are many different testing methods available on the market today that are used to test software or applications.
The method of checking the functionality of an application as per the customer requirements without taking any help of automation tools is known as manual testing. While performing the manual testing on any application, we do not essential any specific knowledge of any testing tool, rather than have a proper understanding of the product so we can effortlessly prepare the test document.
Automation testing is a procedure of converting any manual test cases into the test scripts with the support of automation tools, or any programming language is known as automation testing. With the help of automation testing, we can improve the speed of our test execution because here, we do not need any human hard work. We need to write a test script and execute those scripts.
- Manual Testing
- Automation Testing
- Software Security Tester
Software Security Tester
- Introduction to testing.
- Verification vs. validation.
- Types of Applications.
- Probabilities of getting an error in an application.
- SDLC – Software Development Life Cycle.
- Models- Waterfall,
- V-V Model
- Agile methodology and Scrum Framework
- Advantages and Disadvantages of each SDLC models.
- Principles of Testing.
- STLC–Software Testing Life Cycle.
- Difference between Test case, Use case and test scenarios.
- How to prepare test case template?
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Module: 1 Foundation (Core Java)
Selenium with Core JAVA
Selenium IDE Concepts & Commands
Module: 2 JIRA
What is JIRA
How to Use JIRA
Plug-ins in JIRA
JIRA Issues and Issue types
Use of Clone and Link in JIRA.
Module: 3 TestNG
What is TestNG,
Advantages of TestNG over Junit,
Features of TestNG,
Module: 4 Jmeter
Java in JMeter
Recording Tests Using JMeter
And Many More…
Introduction to Security Testing
Understanding Software Application Risk
Application Security Testing Approaches
Security Testing to Thwart Attacks
Security Testing Authentication
Security Testing Authorization / Access Control
Security Testing Input Fields
Database Testing for Security
Security Testing Code and Resources
Integrating Security into Your Testing Process
And Many More…