Instructor of the seminar is Prof. Dr. Mario Winter (University of applied sciences Cologne) Leipzig, August 2012: on 29/30 November 2012 exploratory seminar held testing under the technical direction of Prof. Dr. Mario Winter (Fachhochschule Koln) in Cologne.
Exploratory testing means simultaneous to learn to design tests and perform and interpret test results in a very short time. Such or similar characterizations make the test method of choice seem more agile exploratory testing in particular in the context of projects. This course provides what the exploratory testing around differs from the testing by poking, that exploratory testing in all software projects are applicable regardless of the process model and how they are planned and carried out. Still, participants learn to document their own experiences, as well as to benefit from the experience of other testers. The seminar is rounded off by building a toolkit to support exploratory testing and risk-based optimizing your testing effort. Prepare numerous exercises in small groups exploratory testing in project practice to establish. The focal points of the seminar are: introduction, basic concepts of agility and testing plan exploratory testing test missions with test charters perform exploratory testing in test sessions using error attacks and checklists well-measured testing helpful tools of methodologies using exploratory testing more info to this seminar: goto/exptest Prof.
Dr. Mario Winter teaches and researches at the Department of computer science and engineering of the University of applied sciences Cologne. In his specialist field software quality assurance, Prof. Dr. Winter has extensive industrial and college-bound project and training experience and is the author of numerous publications in this area, such as the 2010 published book basics of model-based test. Mario Winter was speaker of the GI specialist group test, analyze and verify software (TAV) from 2003 to 2011 and is object-oriented a member of ArbeitsKreis testing programs/Modellbasierter test (TOOP/MBT). He is a founding member of the German testing Board e.V.