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Week 1: Manual Testing . Software development Life cycle (SDLC). Software QA and Software testing.. Capability Maturity Model.. Manual and Automation testing.1. Manual testing process (Pros and Cons)2. Automation testing process (Pros and Cons)3. Manual Testing vs. Automation Testing. Major steps involved in testing process (QA life cycle).. Entrance and exit criteria in QA.. Documentation in QA process.. Business Requirement Document (BRD) and System Requirement Specification (SRS). Creating Test Cases, Test Plans and Test Scripts.. Testing scenarios.. Traceability Matrix.. Prioritize the testing process.. Web Application Testing, GUI Testing and Backend testing.. Test Management and Reporting.. Defects and Defect Tracking system.Types of Testing. Most commonly followed o Unit testing o Smoke testo Black box testingo Integration testingo Regression testingo Performance testingo UAT. Other Testing typeso Adhoc testing o White box testo Security testingo Compatibility testingo Boundary testingo Stress and Load testingo Alpha and Beta TestingMaterials provided: Sample FRS, Test plan, Test case, Tractability report , Presentations and FAQ's of testingAssignment 1:. Create a Sample Test plan (Outline) for a web application.. Write test cases for one of the web applications in Excel (try to involve as many scenarios as you can)Week 2: Defect Tracking Tools - Quality Center / Test Director . Bug Life cycle. Severity of the bug. Defect tracking Process. Various Defect Tracking Tools.. Test Director and Quality Center . Adding Test Requirements . Create T

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