Open Enrollment Courses from the Westfall Team, Inc.
Linda Westfall is teaching the Following Three Open Enrollment Offerings from The Westfall Team:
Agile Software Development: A Survey of Agile Methodologies, January 29-30, 2018
Software Peer Reviews and Inspection, January 31 - February 1, 2018
Software Functional Test and Test Management, February 5-7, 2018
Location: Richland, Washington
Volpentest HAMMER Federal Training Center
2890 Horn Rapids Road
Richland, WA 99354
To Register: These courses are now in open enrollment or call 214-732-7668.
Registration Fee: We accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, checks, or Company Purchase Orders (registration fee must be paid before class start except for purchase orders where we will send an invoice after the classes are complete).
Special Discount: A special discount is available for more than 3 students from the same organization taking the same course(s) or for the same student taking multiple courses. (see the registration form for discount information on special discount).
- Agile Software Development: A Survey of Agile Methodologies is a 2-day course designed to provide a survey of various agile software development methodologies for anyone interested in learning more about agile software development and how the different methodologies compare and contrast with each other. This course includes training on the four most popular agile methodologies of Scrum, eXtreme Programming (XP), Lean and Kanban.
- Software Peer Reviews and Inspections is a 2-day course designed to provide a comprehensive knowledge base and practical skills for anyone interested in implementing or improving software peer review and formal inspection techniques and practices in their organization. This course includes training on desk checking, walk-throughs and formal inspection processes.
- Software Functional (Black-Box)Testing and Test Management is a 3-day course designed to provide an comprehensive knowledge base and practical skills for anyone interested in improving software functional (black-box) testing and test management techniques and practices in their organization. This course starts with an overview of software testing basics. Course attendees will explore various techniques for testing individual functions, user scenarios, operational profiles and nonfunctional requirements.
The overview of test planning and management includes a discussion of how basic project management techniques apply to testing. Methods for performing test planning and risk management are explored. The discussion on test management includes an overview of reviews and metrics for monitoring the testing activities and product quality. This course ends with an overview of the elements involved in documenting the testing process and metrics to measure the success of those processes.
Linda Westfall will also be teaching Software Quality Engineering at the Hammer site on January 22-25, 2018 sponsored by the ASQ Washington River Basin Section. Click here for more information.