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The website of current conference can be found on czechtest.com

25 - 26 June 2015 in Prague

The website of last year conference can be found on 2014.czechtest.com


Analysing a problem - writing efficient test cases

“So I have the specifications. Now what?” – a question I have heard from test engineers so many times, asking for an advise on how to analyze and write the best test case set they can from the specification document/s or user stories they have.

The main idea is to analyze the specifications or user stories with the end in mind. It is also about consulting with the other stakeholders that have a say in our product development, mainly a non-technical information (i.e. product, market, and project).

In this keynote, Mr. Linetzki describes the motivation for a clear framework process, and the process itself, that is aimed at helping us construct an optimized set of test cases, from initially receiving specifications or user stories. Mr. Linetzki describes a case study, demonstrating an example on using the process in the Medical sector, which can easily be transferred and implemented in other domains.

Key points:

  • Analyzing requirements and specifications (or user stories) – suggested process
  • Collaborating with stakeholders – as a key factor for test design
  • Using tools in the process for optimization

Alon Linetzki, Best-Testing, Israel

Alon Linetzki

Alon Linetzki has been a professional developer, tester, quality assurance engineer and manager & a coach in the development, testing and QA domains for the last 30 years.

Alon’s main domains of expertise of Training and Consulting are in: Agile and Transition to agile, Exploratory Testing, Software test Process Improvement & Optimization, Test Management and Test Design optimization, Risk Based Testing, Test Automation, Root Cause Analysis, Measurements & Metrics, Requirements Ambiguity Analysis, Specification And Test Modeling, Building Smart Test Teams.

He is a popular speaker in international conferences worldwide.

He has co-founded ISTQB® in Israel (2004), leads the ISTQB® Partner Program w/w and has established the Sigist in Israel - Israeli testing forum (2000). He is one of the authors for the ISTQB® Agile Tester certification, and serves as the ITCB Vice President and marketing director.

Alon is also asked from time to time, to speak on quality and testing related topics, at the BeerSheva University, Industrial Engineering and Quality Engineering departments.