This is an online course to show how to perform effective walkthroughs and reviews of project deliverables. You will learn the terminology, the unique issues, and the process for performing deliverable reviews from the individual, peer and team perspectives. As a result of completing this online course, you should have a good working knowledge of what it takes to perform reviews of project deliverables.
Walkthroughs and reviews are powerful techniques that allow people to
find defects early in a project before the defects become more difficult
and expensive to fix later in the project.
This course follows
the main process of planning a review, performing a review and reporting
the results of the review. The process is reinforced with a case study
which starts with an individual review of a sample project deliverable,
followed by a peer review involving two people, and finally performed
in a team review context of 5 - 6 people.
This course will help you become more comfortable and confident in performing reviews. You will emerge from this course knowing how to plan and conduct a walkthrough or review. This online course takes about 4 hours to complete, including exercises.
Questions? Contact Randy Rice at the "Contact Us" link above.
Return on Investment
- Learn how to find costly and embarrassing problems early in a project.
- Understand the key process and interpersonal issues in performing walkthroughs and reviews.
- Learn the difference between walkthroughs, reviews and inspections.
- Advance your career by broadening your testing expertise.
Who Will Benefit
- Project leaders
- Software designers
- Software developers
- Test team leaders
- Test analysts
- QA analysts
- QA managers
program requires no testing knowledge or experience. Extensive
technical knowledge is not a pre-requisite, although a familiarity with
coding concepts is helpful.