Software Testing Tutorial For Beginners and Professionals

Software Testing Tutorials

Software Testing Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals

Hello and welcome to this Software Testing Tutorial for Beginners and Professional Software Engineers. This Software Testing Tutorial will take you through most of the practical applications of Software Testing. In this Software Testing Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals Series, we will cover all the concepts of Software Testing with Real-Time Applications. You will learn from the very basic to the advanced level features of Software Testing as you progress in this Course.

This Software Testing Tutorial is for whom?

This Software Testing Tutorial is designed for Students, Beginners, as well as Professional Software Testers who want to learn and enhance their knowledge in the field of Software Testing step by step from the very basic to the advanced level concept using Real-Time Examples, and also find a lot of useful information on the new Software Testing tools, features, and advanced techniques.

What is Software Testing?

According to the ANSI/IEEE 1059 Software Testing Standard, Testing in Software Engineering is a process of analyzing a software product or system to examine a software product or system to determine whether it satisfies or fails to satisfy established conditions (i.e., defects). The testing process evaluates the software product’s characteristics for requirements such as missing requirements, bugs, or errors to evaluate its reliability, security, and performance.

Why do we need to Learn Software Testing?

Software testing is a widely used technology in the IT Industry because it is compulsory to test each and every piece of software before deployment. In the IT industry, large companies have a team with responsibilities to evaluate the developed software in the context of the given requirements. Moreover, developers also conduct testing, which is called Unit Testing. In most cases, the following professionals are involved in testing a system within their respective capacities −

  • Software Tester
  • Software Developer
  • Project Lead/Manager
  • End User

Different companies have different designations for people who test the software on the basis of their experience and knowledge, such as Software Tester, Software Quality Assurance Engineer, QA Analyst, etc.

What Will You Learn in this Software Testing Course?

List of Content to be covered as part of this course.

  1. What is Software Testing?
  2. Software Testing Principles
  3. Software Development Life Cycle
  4. Types of Software Testing
  5. Levels of Testing
  6. Test Maturity Model
  7. SDLC Models – Waterfall Model
  8. Spiral Model
  9. Hybrid Model
  10. Prototype Model
  11. V-Model
  12. Manual Testing
  13. Automation Testing
  14. White Box Testing
  15. Black Box Testing
  16. Grey Box Testing
  17. White Box Techniques – Data Flow Testing
  18. Control Flow Testing
  19. Branch Coverage Testing
  20. Statement Coverage Testing
  21. Decision Coverage Testing
  22. Black Box Techniques – Decision Table
  23. All-pair Testing
  24. Cause-Effect Testing
  25. State Transition
  26. Use case
  27. Types of Black Box – Functional Testing
  28. Non-Functional Testing
  29. Types of Functional–Unit Testing
  30. Integration Testing
  31. System Testing
  32. Types of Non-Functional – Performance Testing
  33. Usability Testing
  34. Compatibility Testing
  35. Test case development – Testing Documentation
  36. Test Scenario
  37. Test Case
  38. Testing Techniques – Error Guessing
  39. Equivalence Portioning
  40. Boundary Value Analysis
  41. Test Management – Test Plan
  42. Test case review process
  43. Requirement Traceability Matrix
  44. Defect Tracking – Bug in Software Testing
  45. Bug lifecycle
  46. Severity and Priority
  47. Test Environment
  48. Defect Management Process
  49. Other types of Testing – Regression Testing
  50. Smoke Testing
  51. Sanity Testing
  52. Static Testing
  53. Dynamic Testing
  54. Load testing
  55. Stress testing
  56. Recovery Testing
  57. Exploratory Testing
  58. Visual Testing
  59. Acceptance Testing
  60. Alpha Testing
  61. Beta Testing
  62. Database Testing
  63. Mainframe Testing
  64. Adhoc Testing
  65. Globalization Testing
  66. Mutation Testing
  67. Security Testing
  68. Accessibility Testing
  69. Structural Testing
  70. Volume Testing
  71. Scalability Testing
  72. Stability Testing
  73. Spike Testing
  74. Negative Testing
  75. Positive Testing
  76. Endurance Testing
  77. Reliability Testing
  78. Monkey Testing
  79. Agile Testing
  80. Component Testing
  81. GUI Testing
  82. Software Testing Tools
  83. Test Management Tools
  84. Defect/Bug Tracking Tools
  85. Automation Testing Tools
  86. Performance Testing Tools
  87. Cross-Browser Testing Tools
  88. Integration Testing Tools
  89. Unit Testing Tools
  90. Mobile Testing Tools
  91. GUI Testing Tools
  92. Security Testing Tools
  93. Penetration Testing Tools
  94. Automation Vs Manual Testing
  95. Load Vs Stress Testing
  96. Smoke vs Sanity Testing
  97. System vs. Acceptance Testing
  98. Quality Assurance vs Quality Control
  99. Static vs Dynamic Testing
  100. Verification vs Validation Testing
  101. Alpha vs Beta Testing
  102. Black Box vs White Box vs Grey Box testing
  103. Test Case vs Test Scenarios
  104. Test Plan vs Test Strategy
  105. SDLC vs STLC
  106. Bug vs Defect vs Error vs Fault vs Failure
  107. Testing vs Debugging
  108. Positive vs Negative Testing
  109. Use Case vs Test Case
  110. Component vs Unit Testing
What are the prerequisites to learning Software Testing?

Before proceeding with this tutorial, you should understand the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). In addition to SDLC, you should have a basic understanding of software programming using any programming language as well as a basic knowledge of any database.

What do we expect from you?

We will try our level best to cover all the Software Testing concepts, but in the meantime, if you have any specific concept in your mind that you want us to cover or if we missed any concepts or topics in this Software Testing Tutorials Series that are related to Testing, then please let us know by putting a comment in the comment box, and we promise you, as soon as possible we will put an article on that topic. You can also contact us by email: info@dotnettutorials.net.

Lastly, your valuable feedback is very important and means a lot to us. So, if you have a few minutes, then please let us know your thoughts and feedback on this Software Testing Tutorial.

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Author: Pranaya Rout Pranaya Rout is a Senior Technical Architect with more than 11 Years of Experience, Microsoft MVP, Author, YouTuber, and Blogger eager to learn new technologies. Pranaya Rout has published more than 3,000 articles in his 11-year career. Pranaya Rout has very good experience with Microsoft Technologies, Including C#, VB, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web API, EF, EF Core, ADO.NET, LINQ, SQL Server, MYSQL, Oracle, ASP.NET Core, Cloud Computing, Microservices, Design Patterns and still learning new technologies.

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