Introduction to METS the Minimal Essential Testing Strategy
What you'll learn
- Fundamentals of Software Testing
- Quality Assurance Techniques
- Test Strategy
- METS Testing
- Test Planning
- Interest in Testing
METS is built upon the principle that testing can be prioritized from Critical to High, Medium, and Low tasks. This prioritization provides great flexibility to reduce as much risk as possible within the timeframe given. METS is an essential testing strategy utilized by Quality Assurance organizations around the world. METS is a dynamic approach that grows with the maturity of your software and team. METS easily complements existing test methodologies already implemented.
Who this course is for:
- Test Engineers
- Quality Assurance Engineers
- Director of Quality Assurance wanting to quip their team well.
A natural innovator, pioneering new approaches across Quality Assurance and Test Automation landscapes. Greg enjoys mentoring others to excel as craftsman of manual and automated testing.
Author of Test Automation in the Real World and countless technical publications, Greg can be heard on the TestTalks podcast with Joe Colantonio. Creator of METS, the Minimal Essential Testing Strategy, Greg’s approach is recognized and taught by ASTQB as an effective, manual testing strategy.
Speaker at numerous conferences including the Automation Guild, StarEast, StarWest, and QA Trailblazers. Greg founded the Open Test Technology Forum, encouraging collaboration and focusing on greater quality across the SDLC.