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ISTQB Foundation Level and Agile Tester Certification guide

This site has study material / guide needed to pass the ‘ISTQB Foundation Level Certification’ and the newly introduced ‘Agile Tester Extension Certification’. International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB) is an international organization that offers globally recognized certifications for software testers. Having a certification establishes credibility of the candidate.

ISTQB Foundation Level Certification study guide

Foundation Level Certification is aimed at candidates who have recently completed their education and want to take up software testing as a profession. It is also taken up by experienced candidates who want to demonstrate their practical knowledge of software testing. It is the most popular certification course recognized by organizations worldwide. It provides software tester a basic understanding of the fundamentals of software testing along with processes, tools, techniques and management methodology. Launch the study guide >>

ISTQB Agile Testing Certification study guide

Agile Tester Extension Certification is beneficial for testers who are already working on Agile methodology and also for those who wish to learn it.  Testers in Agile project have different approach of testing when compared to traditional projects. Testers should have a very clear understanding of the values, principles, processes and tools used in testing Agile projects. This certification guide provides the tester with an easy-to-understand explanation of the topics covered in the Agile Tester certification. Launch the study guide >>

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ISTQB Certification – The Definitive Guide

ISTQB Certification is an internationally recognized software testing certification which is an essential part of QA Trainings in many organizations. ISTQB certification is also important for candidates looking for a job as a Software Tester. This site contains everything you need to know about the ISTQB exam including the study material / study guide you need in order to successfully pass the ISTQB Foundation Level exam.

ISTQB has 3 levels of certification – Foundation Level, Advanced Level and Expert Level.

There is no educational or other pre-requisite for taking the Foundation Level exam. ISTQB recommends candidates to have 6 months of work experience before they take up the certification but this is not a requirement.

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ISTQB Certification Syllabus

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The ISTQB Certification syllabus for Foundation Level comprises of the following categories of knowledge areas that are part of the exam:

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What are Build and Distribution Tools in Agile software testing?

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What are the Tools in Agile Projects?

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What is Exploratory Testing in Agile Methodology?

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What is Acceptance Test-Driven Development in Agile Methodology?

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What is Definition of Done? Test Levels in Agile software

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What are Testing Techniques in Agile development?

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What is Planning Poker? Effort estimation in Agile methodology

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How to Assess Quality Risks in Agile methodology?

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What is Sprint planning in Agile project management?

Sprint Planning meeting is one of the key activities in Agile project management. (see Release and Iteration Planning). Generally, Agile teams need to deliver a working product at the end of  each Sprint. However some organizations also use a Sprint Zero. Sprint Zero is used exclusively for planning the first Sprint and no work product is delivered at the end of Sprint Zero. Usage of Sprint Zero is decided by the team and complexity of the project. [Read more...]