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Get your training on
Software Test Automation and Business Analysis Specializations
this November – December 2018!

We are offering the following training courses from our Software Test Automation Track and Certified Quality Business Analyst programs for the month of November to December.

Get to learn automating software tests using NUnit, JUnit, and Selenium, and business analysis techniques through our intensive workshops and exercises taught by instructors with broad and deep expertise in the industry.

Limited slots available.

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+63 (2) 551-2541 | info@digileaf.com


Software Quality Audits

November 5-6, 2018

This course is intended for audit software related processes and procedures, software products, and for the people who perform the software processes and procedures. Though this course is not concentrated on specific standards like ISO or CMMI, etc, as the standards are dependent on the nature of the audit to be done in an organization, the techniques taught in this course are general best practices in audit and applicable across all types of industry. Specific auditing techniques will be covered to be used as a value-added information when software/IT standards are used as requirements.


Enterprise Analysis and Domain Modeling

November 08-09, 2018

Business Analysis enables businesses to do business better. This course is a high-level appreciation of the Business Analysis discipline. It explains how business analysis practices enables change in the overall organizational context, through the definition of needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders. The set of tasks and techniques that are used to perform business analysis discussed in this course are defined in: A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide). In this course, participants will learn how to build real-world models that express complex business requirements to be used as inputs in defining solutions requirements (both functional and non-functional requirements). 


Documenting and Managing Requirements

November 15-16, 2018

This course provides practical skills necessary to document, model, analyze and manage user-driven requirements. Participants will have a better understanding of how to represent “what the system shall do” and how to communicate better with business experts, systems analysts, designers, and developers. Through an in-depth practice of use cases, participants will learn how to identify and translate business goals and needs into system features and use them to derive both functional and non-functional system requirements.


Elicitation Techniques

November 22-23, 2018

Eliciting requirements is a key task in business analysis. Elicitation is about bringing out or drawing forth something latent or potential. This course covers the processes in requirements elicitation and how the various techniques in elicitation are put to practical use. This course discusses the appropriate usage of a certain elicitation technique. Role-playing and putting into live scenario are the methods employed in this course to effectively learn the techniques.


Methods in Solutions Analysis and Design

November 26-27, 2018

This course discusses various methods in systems analysis and design covering both structured and object-oriented. It covers how Object Oriented Analysis and Design uses the Unified Modelling Language.

 


Enterprise Architectural Design 

December 03-04, 2018

Enterprise Architecture (EA) defines the current capabilities of an organization. EA serves as a guide in proposing solutions that may or may not include technology. Without Enterprise Architecture, an organization employs a change in a trial-and-error mode. This course is designed to fully understand EA Frameworks, techniques and tools. The focus of this course is on the essential elements required to deliver results-driven EA programmes, tailored to meet your organizational needs and directions. This course shall equip the participants how to assess an organization’s architectural maturity and how to select an appropriate Enterprise Architectural Framework. 


Software Test Automation Using Selenium

December 05-07, 2018

This course will teach participants how to create automated web-based test scripts using Selenium as the test automation tool. The course starts with giving an introduction on Test Automation, to set the expectations of the participants on automated testing. They will then experience hands-on training on the Selenium tool, starting with recording and debugging scripts using the Selenium IDE, then developing automated test scripts with Selenium WebDriver, using Java as the development platform. Finally, the participants will be exposed to best practices in creating test cases and designing test scripts in Selenium.


Essentials of Business and Requirements Analysis

December 05-06, 2018

This course will teach participants about using business analysis techniques based on BABOK 3.0 in defining organizational requirements and identifying effective solutions. Writing good business and solution requirements are essential, especially in digital transformation efforts in Data and Analytics.


Performance Metrics in Business Analysis

December 10-11, 2018

This course is designed to demonstrate how to quantify performance and outputs in business analysis as it relates to business. This course discusses methods and tools to gather, analyze and interpret metrics and measurement in the business analysis process, software engineering, software testing processes and other related process areas including project and performance metrics. 


Behavior Driven Development Using Cucumber

December 12-14, 2018

This course is designed to demonstrate how to develop software through continuous example-based communication between developers, QAs, BAs and the customer, known as Behavior Driven Development (BDD).  This Agile method is designed to achieve customer value by focusing on the behavior of an application. The development team asks questions before and during development then, therefore, it is less likely to have miscommunications among stakeholders. Using Cucumber as the BDD Framework, the team is not only able to determine, document, and validate requirements from the customer, but also, the team is able to run tests against these requirements since tests scripts are generated automatically. 


Using Agile Methods in Solutions Analysis and Design

December 17-18, 2018

Collaboration, openness, dynamic response to change, value-driven development and team empowerment are recurring themes in agile solutions development. The course aims to equip business analysts, system analysts, and developers with the mindset and skills necessary to apply agile methods in solutions analysis and design, using Scrum as the project management methodology, User Stories and Use Cases for requirements definition, and UML for modeling the system to be developed. In addition, participants are also given an introduction to DevOps—making teams more agile by automating and monitoring the process of software integration, testing, deployment, and infrastructure changes.


Agile Methods in Solutions Development

December 20-21, 2018

Collaboration, openness, dynamic response to change, value-driven development and team empowerment are recurring themes in agile solutions development. The course aims to equip business analysts, project managers, developers and test professionals with the mindset and skills necessary to apply agile methods in solutions development and testing. Owing to its widespread use and proven effectiveness, the framework for discussing Agile Methods shall be the SCRUM methodology. This course also covers the concepts, practices, and implementation of agile software testing. After knowing the standard artifacts needed in testing software projects, participants will learn how to strategize, plan, design and execute tests in short development iterations. 

 


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