About the training
The training is set into number of lectures. In total there are 12 lectures that are all supported by practical exercises using real testing environment which includes System Under Test (SUT), System Adapter (SA) and TTCN-3 tool (TestCast).
Outline of the lectures:
Lecture 1 – introduction to SW test automation and TTCN-3.
Lecture 2 –TTCN-3 core language basics (preamble for practical exercises).
Lecture 3 - TTCN-3 architecture and core language.
Lecture 4 - TTCN-3 language features: modules, behaviorLecture 5 - TTCN-3 language features: behavior.
Lecture 6 - TTCN-3 language features: communication.
Lecture 7 - TTCN-3 language features: configuration.
Lecture 8 - TTCN-3 advanced topics
Lecture 9 - Introduction to model based testing (model based testing and TTCN-3)
The training will be held by Elvior CTO Andrus Lehtmets, long time TTCN-3 expert, constant participant at ETSI MTS committee. Andrus joined Elvior in 1995 and has lead the development of Elvior test automation tool TestCast until he was promoted to the position of CTO in 2010. He holds annually training sessions at TTCN-3 User Conferences and also gives lectures on 'Test automation and TTCN-3' at Tallinn University of Technology.
To register please contact sales(at)elvior.com If the minimum attendance is not achieved, then the training will be postponed. Training is held in English. Elvior will issue letter of attendance after the training to all participants.
More information about TTCN-3
TTCN-3 is a test dedicated worlds first standardized scripting language that has been developed specifically for testing. European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) overlooks the development of the language and the TTCN-3 standard.
Read more about TTCN-3.
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