Learn Software Testing Principles

Sagar Joshi, ISTQB Advance Level Certified Tester

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9 Videos (18m)
    • 01 Introduction

    • 02 Testing shows presence of defects (P1)

    • 03 Exhaustive testing is impossible (P2)

    • 04 Early testing (P3)

    • 05 Defect clustering (P4)

    • 06 Pesticide paradox (P5)

    • 07 Testing is context dependent (P6)

    • 08 Absence-of-error fallacy (P7)

    • 09 Thank you and project statement


About This Class

Learn Seven Software Testing Principles as per ISTQB Foundation Level Certification Syllabus.

Below are the testing Principles you are going to learn in this class with an examples. 

Principle 1: Testing shows presence of defects

Principle 2: Exhaustive testing is impossible

Principle 3: Early testing

Principle 4: Defect clustering 

Principle 5: Pesticide paradox

Principle 6: Testing is context dependant

Principle 7: Absence-of-errors fallacy

At end of the course you should able to understand and apply all the seven software testing principles in your daily work.

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Good class. I learned all the seven testing principles with examples.
Priyanka J.

MCA Graduate





Sagar Joshi

ISTQB Advance Level Certified Tester

I am a Complete Advanced Level ISTQB certified tester and I am working in an IT industry from year 2009. I have been involved in various testing activities and have a vast experience in testing.

I have trained hundreds of students on the ISTQB Foundation Level certification. I have working experience in creating test plans, executing manual test cases and analyzing test failures. Also I do have an experience in test automation using Python scripting, CAPL scripting and NI TestStand. I...

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