During the software development process, a quality assurance professional participates in the design process to understand how the software will function. S/he then designs, revises and verifies quality standards for the software design. After implementing and designing quality standards, testing procedures are developed to ensure the software runs effectively.
During and after the software has been developed, a quality assurance professional uses software testing tools and programming to test the software for validity of results, accuracy, reliability, and conformance to the established quality standards. This involves monitoring program performance throughout the testing process to improve or modify software until it is operating properly. This entire process is documented to describe software evaluation, testing and corrections. The documentation is presented to software designers, and the quality assurance professional may propose development enhancements to further improve the software.
This tailor-made class content is designed to provide comprehensive overview of software quality assurance process in practice and learning industry-leading testing tools used to improve software quality.
Applicable Job Roles: Quality Assurance Analyst, Software Tester, Quality Assurance Engineer, QA Specialist, UAT Analyst
Objectives for this course are:
Prerequisite: No other prior programming experience required.
Learning Approach: You will start with learning software development life cycle and general software design concepts, test methodologies, testing terminologies and get familiar with various software development IDEs and writing basic SQL. After that, you will deep-dive into learning various testing processes and defect management. Then you will learn about Industry-leading testing tools, complete hands-on exercises and apply your learning on real-world testing scenarios utilizing real-world web, windows and web service types of applications. After learning sessions are completed, you shall also work on real-world type of project(s) for couple of other sessions to apply what you learned during Bootcamp. There is no additional cost for real-world project experiences. You can also come to training center on Thursday evenings and get more hands-on with tools and technologies. Instructor will be available at the center to help with issues / questions.
Bootcamp Duration: 4.5 Weekends (Saturday & Sunday 8:45 AM – 1:00 PM) Learning Sessions + 1 Weekend Project (Saturday & Sunday 8:45 AM – 1:00 PM) + Project/Practice Lab every Thursday (6:30 PM to 8:30 PM) every Thursday Total 60+ learning Hours.
Fees: $750 (online) or $725 via Check.
Instructor Name: Dilip Patel (MS, CQSE, TOGAF, ITIL, MCSD) and Harshal Patel (MBA, MCSD, MCDBA, MCSA, TOGAF, ITIL, CPHIMS, PSM) Mr Harshal Patel is highly knowledgeable, diversified IT technology leader with nearly 22 years of experience in the IT sector. He has been working with various technologies and tools since mid 90s and has implemented several complex IT solutions focused on streamlining daily operations and maximizing productivity at several clients in variety of industries. He also holds MBA in MIS and Finance from University of Dayton and Engineering Degree from Gujarat University along with numerous IT Industry Certifications. View Harshal Patel's LinkedIn Profile Mr Dilip Patel has over 23 years of experience in Software Development, Architecture and Management area. Recently, he was a Director of Shared Services at CenturyLink overseeing Architecture, Development and Management of Shared Services platform enabling enterprise integration and services development. He has Master of Science from Wright State University. He also holds TOGAF, ASQ, CSQE and MCSD certifications. In past he has served as Adjunct Faculty at Franklin University teaching various courses including Client Server programming and Enterprise Software Architecture. View Dilip Patel's LinkedIn Profile