WReSTT-CyLE extends the capabilities of the previous WReSTT portal by providing: (1) LOs on testing techniques for black-box, white-box, GUI testing, among others, and software testing tools; (2) a learning environment where students can work together in virtual teams to collaborate; and (3) a course management environment for instructors to monitor students' performance.
WReSTT-CyLE is a TUES II project; a collaborative effort between Florida International University, Alabama AM University, Miami University - Ohio, and North Dakota State University. The industry partners include: Ultimate Software, IBM, and Microsoft. The first version of WReSTT, a CCLI Phase I project, was a collaborative effort between Florida International University and Florida AM University.
This material contained in these web pages is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Numbers (DUE-1225742, DUE-1225654, DUE-1224411, DUE-1225972, DUE-0736833, DUE-0736771). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
WReSTT's main goal is to train individuals in software testing. We achieve this through a series of learning modules, which consist of a set of tutorials (both video and text based) and include both Q/A sessions as well as a practical application session in which the individual creates a test suite.
WReSTT can be used not only to train individuals, but also to evaluate software testing aptitude. We provide the ability to create powerful assessments tailored to different levels of s/w testing competency.
We provide user's with detailed reports regarding their progress. These reports include items such as, number of answers right/wrong on the QA session, time spent working through each assessment, how many of the user's test cases passed/failed, what percentage of code coverage did the user reach, etc.