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In today’s world, everything is being automated to make development easier and faster. Automation is the next step for a tester to develop their skills and move into a more technical position. The course QA 2.0 (Fundamentals of Automation) will give you a strong, practice-based knowledge of programming fundamentals and how to independently create small automation projects for web testing. Course QA 2.0 is the continuation of QA 1.0. Training is moving to an online format.
Course intensity: 12 lessons, once a week, 3-hour in-person lectures. It’s easy to combine the course with work or your main studies!
The QA 2.0 course is definitely for you if you:
If you are already familiar with the basics of automation and feel ready to take it to the next level, JavaGuru has an offer for you: switch.
If you are already a trainee or working as a Junior QA Tester, you will be eligible for promotion after the QA 2.0. course! We’ll be happy to help you build or update your CV, and advise you on job opportunities. You can also continue your training in JavaGuru’s next level courses and upgrade your qualifications for the job market.
Automation can increase productivity, improve product quality and optimise management processes.
But before starting automation, it is important to understand how and why it is necessary to automate one or another component of the project.
In programming languages, variables are used to access and adjust memory and are used to store intermediate results when processing data.
As in mathematics, operators and expressions form the operations that are performed when processing data. In this model, we’ll teach you how to do all this in Java.
Classes and objects are key elements in object-oriented programming when using a programming language like Java.
Using classes (special constructs of the Java programming language), the programmer describes what objects are, what properties they have, and how they interact during program execution.
During program execution, objects are created based on classes that are stored in the RAM of the selected program.
The Lombok project avoids Java’s verbosity in most cases and stops writing huge amounts of code from getters, setters, equals, hashcode and toString. Getting to know Lombok will not only help you reduce the amount of code, it will also make the life of the next automator easier.
Since every web page on the Internet is based on the HTML markup language and has tables with CSS stylesheets, this is where you should start to get to know the web.
Understanding the basics of the web will help you understand how the locators that will be used to write automation for web components work.
Selenium WebDriver is a software library for browser control and is a key automation tool. It is very important to understand Selenium, because everything from databases to mobile applications can be automated with Selenium.
Knowledge and understanding of locators is the basis for finding web elements that are used to write automation tests for web pages.
We take great pride in our staff lecturers which make us distinctive from others. Each of our lecturer is not just a theoretician who has learned programming through books, but a practitioner with 5-10 years of experience in the field.
Our lecturers are happy to share their experience and wealth of knowledge with those who listen to these courses.
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