Many testers think they know how to write test cases. Writing great test cases is difficult but they are a valuable asset. In the new normal of Agile, continuous testing, rapid delivery, “automate everything,” lean documentation development lifecycles- you may not think there is time for thoughtful, intelligent test design. It is essential.
Excellent test cases are the foundation of successful automation, it is an essential part of agile collaboration and having great test authoring skills across a team is the key to successful and fast testing.
In this session you will learn the differences between good and bad test cases, and the contents of a good test. We will do a few hands-on practices writing test cases. We will discuss the benefits of structure and standards for team communication and sharing.
The Basics session gives someone who has never focused on the mechanics of test case writing the tools to write Lean, effective tests. I recommend also taking the Intermediate or Advanced session.