Erik van Veenendaal
Improve IT Services BV,

Requirements Engineering for Testers

Testers use requirements (user stories) as the basis of test cases, review them for testability, and often participate in general requirements reviews or inspections. Unfortunately, many testers have little knowledge or skills in requirements engineering: 

  • What level of quality and detail is realistic to expect in requirements documents? 
  • What does testability really mean? 
Requirements issues and solutions are illustrated with practical case studies, and hands-on classroom exercises in finding, specifying and evaluating requirements are conducted. You will learn the role of rules and checklist, and how to review requirements more objectively and effectively.

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Workshop (1h 30 min)

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