Software and Systems Engineering Standards: Using ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119 for Software Testing
This course offers details of the five supporting parts of the IEEE 29119 series of standards from proposal to retirement. Topics include concepts, definitions, standardized lifecycle processes, documentation, testing techniques, and automated keyword driven testing.
What will you learn:
- Introduce general concepts, practice, and definitions
- Overview of the recommended standardized life cycle processes
- Identify the associated recommended test documentation
- Highlight software test design techniques and metrics
- Discuss automated keyword-driven testing
This course is part of the following course program:
IEEE Software and Systems Engineering Standards Used in Aerospace and Defense
Courses included in this program:
Who should attend: aerospace engineers, project managers, software engineers, government, defense, standards developers
Jon Duncan Hager
Jon Duncan Hager is currently the CEO, instructor and consultant at Grand Software Testing LLC, which is located in Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado, USA. Jon is a long time IEEE member, and the IEEE project editor for ISO JTC 1/SC 7 Working Group 26, which produced ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119. Jon holds degrees in Math and Civil Engineering from Metropolitan State University in Denver and a Master's degree in Software Engineering from Colorado State University. Jon is the author of 2 books: “Software Test Attacks to Break Mobile and Embedded Devices,” and an e-book on IoT device testing. Jon was a test team member and software engineer at Lockheed Martin (LMC) from 1981 to 2013 helping to create spacecraft and rockets, and also worked on defense systems. Before leaving LMC, he supported Corporate Engineering in test training and consulting for 8 years including reviewing and setting corporate policy.
Publication Year: 2021