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The fifth chapter of the Advanced syllabus is concerned with reviews. As you will recall from the Foundation syllabus, reviews are a form of static testing where people, rather than tools, analyze the project or one of the project’s work products, such as a requirements specification, design specification, database schema, or code. The primary goal is typically to find defects in that work product before it serves as a basis for further project activity, though other goals can also apply.
In the Advanced Technical Test Analyst syllabus, we focus on reviews of technical work products. Chapter 5 of the Advanced Technical Test Analyst syllabus has two sections. ...