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As the old joke goes: "How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, Practice, Practice."
And how do you get to be a good Web Tester? Practice, Practice, Practice. copyrightjoestrazzere
Here are some free web sites that might help you with your manual or automated testing.
A copy of the parking fee calculation widget from the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
This "application" has some serious flaws, and has been the subject of lots of exploratory testing. Often the goal is to try and attain the highest parking fee you can, and discover the features/bugs in the widget along the way.
Read more here:
Brown and Donaldson (B&D) online brokerage Web site
The case study featured in The Web Testing Handbook by Steven Splaine & Stefan P. Jaskiel and the SQE Web testing training seminars.
B&D is a fictitious online brokerage firm created with the specific purpose of providing you with the opportunity to practice the Web testing techniques discussed in the book and training seminars, thereby gaining real-world interactive Web testing experience.
It even includes sample Requirements and Test Plans.
The Mercury Tours Web Site
Used in conjunction with the tutorials for some HP (formerly Mercury Interactive) products, such as QuickTest Pro.
Altoro Mutual Web Site
InsuranceWeb Web Site
This site is a fictitious representation of an online company for the purpose of demonstrating Borland Solutions.
Find its web services documentation here:
Know of any other sites used for practicing your web testing craft? Shoot me a note, and I'll add them to the list and give you all the credit!
This article originally appeared in my blog: All Things Quality
|My name is Joe Strazzere and I'm currently a Director of Quality Assurance.
I like to lead, to test, and occasionally to write about leading and testing.
Find me at http://AllThingsQuality.com/.