What are the topics covered in software engineering?

There are a lot of topics as such in software engineering. Few of them are listed below.

Let’s start with the basic ones, there are topics like Introduction to software engineering, Software Requirements, Software Development Life Cycle, Software Testing and Debugging, Software Project Management. Then there are topics on classification namely, Introduction to Software Engineering, & Classification of Software.

Taking a step little deeper, there will be topics like Classical Waterfall Model, Rapid application development model (RAD), Incremental process model, Spiral Model, Agile Development Models, Agile Software Development, Coupling and Cohesion, User Interface Design, Information System Life Cycle, Extreme Programming (XP), RAD Model vs Traditional SDLC, Database application system life cycle, Pham-Nordmann-Zhang Model (PNZ model), Spiral Model, SDLC V-Model, Schick-Wolverton software reliability model, Comparison of different life cycle models, etc.

Now, under software project management, Software Requirements & Software Testing and Debugging there will be topics like:

  • Project Management Process
  • COCOMO Model
  • Project size estimation techniques
  • System configuration management
  • Integrating Risk Management
  • Capability maturity model
  • Software Project Management Complexities
  • Goel-Okumoto Model
  • Basic fault-tolerant software techniques
  • Role and Responsibilities of a software Manager
  • How to compose a good SRS for your Project
  • Black box testing
  • White box Testing
  • Debugging

Regression testing is a technique used in software testing to ensure that an application continues to work as expected following any code revisions, updates, or improvements.

Regression testing ensures the general stability and efficiency of the existing functionalities. When a new change is introduced to the code, regression testing is done to ensure that the system continues to function properly even after each update.

Code modifications could cause dependencies, flaws, or problems. Regression testing seeks to decrease these risks so that basic building and tested code continues to function even after new changes.

Before improvements are accepted into the main development branch, an application normally goes through a series of tests. The final step, regression testing, validates the product’s overall behaviour patterns.

Appsierra’s Regression Testing Execution Factory Services can handle any size job. Our QA Specialists may relieve your team of some of the strain by performing normal full regression tests, regardless of the modifications you have made or intend to make. Because we work on your schedule and with your QA team, our regression testing services include scheduling monthly regression tests if you have monthly releases.