- Learn to write high-quality bug reports
- Make bugs reproducible
- See bug-handling as a multiple-decision process
All students who sign up for the Bug Advocacy course must have successfully completed the BBST Foundations course.
Altom, in collaboration with Kaner, Fiedler & Associates, LLC, is offering a new generation of public BBST® courses. The second course in the series, Bug Advocacy, includes access to video lectures and exercises on our online platform and the workbook, revised and updated in 2015.
In this course we focus on one of the products of our work as testers: bug reports. Creating great bug reports that persuade others to fix the bugs is a challenging process.
Become a more effective advocate for getting the right bugs fixed by learning to spot the details that make a report more persuasive and understanding excuses for not fixing bugs.
The course book in electronic format is included in the price.
You will watch video lectures, solve quizzes and assignments and participate in discussions on our online platform.
One-on-one call session with your instructor halfway through the course to discuss your assignment.
Twice a week, you will receive individual feedback from your assigned course instructor.