Software QA
Automation

Transition to a demanding QA automation career. Our 17 week online course is designed to teach core fundamentals and key skills required by top tech companies.
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Course Overview

What you will learn: QA Automation

This course teaches Software Test development skills, enabling students to build a full stack test automation Framework. Our students graduate with strong understanding of fundamental programming knowledge, experience with specific languages and frameworks that are in-demand, and a flexible outlook enabling them to be ready to tackle new technologies in a fast-moving and ever changing industry.

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Instructor
Led Guidance

Our instructors are not only instructors but also active members of the workforce. They bring experience and knowledge that make a difference. We have and will continue to strive to bring the best out of our students.

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Collaborative
Learning Course

Whether in class or in a real job. We always learn best from our peers. We encourage and create opportunities for our students to engage in helping each other. Our students develop a lifelong bond and knowledge that helps them succeed in the classroom and in their careers knowing, they will always have people they can trust.

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Comprehensive Syllabus

We teach what is in demand. Our syllabus changes and adapts from time to time to what is required by the growing tech industry. We know your newly gained knowledge will be more than sufficient to land and maintain a successful career.

Syllabus

What you will learn: QA Automation

This 17-weeks course provides students with a span of Software Test development skills, enabling them to build full-stack test automation framework/tools. Our course is built around the broader history of Test Automation. This means that our students graduate with a solid base of fundamental programming knowledge, experience with specific languages and frameworks that are popular today, and a flexible outlook that is comfortable and eager to tackle new technologies in a fast-moving and ever-changing industry.

1. SDLC & QA Concepts

Duration: 2 Weeks

2. JavaScript Programming

Duration: 7 Weeks

3. Automation with Selenium

Duration: 4 Weeks

4. Final Project

Duration: 2 Weeks

5. Rest API Postman

Duration: 2 Weeks

Week

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Week 1 – 2: SDLC/STLC

Understand the Software Development Life Cycle and how it applies to your new career. Learn what day-to-day activities your job will entail.  Explore fundamentals of the testing life cycle, test strategies, test techniques, and test approaches.

  • Software Development Life Cycle
  • Software Testing Life Cycle
  • Test Strategies and Approaches
  • Different types of Testing
  • UI and Functional Verification and Validation Process

 

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Agile/Manual QA Process

Learn what Agile software development process is. Participate in activities that are core to most tech companies way of getting work completed. We will also have activites to learn concepts of Manual Testing and Bug Reporting.

  • Writing test cases
  • Validate test against requirements
  • Understand Agile ceremonies
  • Bug reporting/life cycle
  • Agile/Waterfall Workflows

 

 

Week 1-2
  • Software System Design Walkthrough (Authentication/Proxy/Load Balancing/ Docker/Kubernetes/Databases)
  • HTTP protocol
  • What are the query parameters, headers, and cookies
  • Understanding HTTP Authentication (basic, oAuth 2.0, etc.)
  • SOAP/REST API Basics and Terminology
  • REST API architecture
  • REST Clients and introduction to Postman
  • HTTP Methods for RESTful Services (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, etc.)
  • Understanding JSON and XML
  • Validating response body, status codes, and errors
  • What to look for when testing RESTful API?
  • How to read API documentation
  • Writing data-driven scenarios
  • Creating an API test plan
  • Creating manual API test collection in Postman and running it
  • Real-world example test planning for REST API
    1. SDLC & QA Concepts ( During: 2 Weeks)

    Week 1 – 2: SDLC/STLC

    Understand the Software Development Life Cycle and how it applies to your new career. Learn what day-to-day activities your job will entail.  Explore fundamentals of the testing life cycle, test strategies, test techniques, and test approaches.

      • Software Development Life Cycle
      • Software Testing Life Cycle
      • Test Strategies and Approaches
      • Different types of Testing
      • UI and Functional Verification and Validation Process

    Agile/Manual QA Process

    Learn what Agile software development process is. Participate in activities that are core to most tech companies way of getting work completed. We will also have activites to learn concepts of Manual Testing and Bug Reporting.

    • Writing test cases
    • Validate test against requirements
    • Understand Agile ceremonies
    • Bug reporting/life cycle
    • Agile/Waterfall Workflows
    2. JavaScript Programming ( Duration: 7 Weeks )

    Week 3 – 9: JavaScript Programming

    Understand how to set up your development environment including tools and software essential to everyday work productivity. Learn programming fundamentals, solve real life problems and become proficient in JavaScript.

    • JavaScript fundamentals
    • Polymorphism
    • Collections
    • Packages

    JavaScript Project

    Build out a fully featured project using all concepts of JavaScript. Students will be expected to problem solve just as in a real job which includes reading documentation and conducting research to find solutions to problems.

     

    • Learn fundamentals of understanding Documentation
    • Proficiency in programming research
    • Build a fully functional JavaScript based application
    • Manage time/collaborate with peers
    3. Automation with Selenium ( Duration: 4 Weeks )

    Week 10 – 13: WebUI Automation

    Learn how to automate web applications and execute tests, in particular to verify that they work as expected. Understand Selenium both how it functions and what capabilities it has so that you can leverage it to complete your testing needs.

    • Creating a fully functional framework
    • Advance selenium actions
    • Cucumber/Gherkins/TestNG
    • Configure reporting using Allure

    Selenium Sprints

    Recieve work tickets and complete tasks just as in a real job. Participate in Agile ceremonies, open bug tickets, evaluate and execute test scripts. Debug code and conduct extensive reasearch.

    • Creating a fully functional framework
    • Advance selenium actions
    • Cucumber/Gherkins/TestNG
    • Configure reporting using Allure
    4. Final Project ( Duration: 2 Weeks )

    Week 14 – 15: Final Project

    This portion wraps up everything that was taught. Full end to end sprint cycles mimicking that of real world job expectations.
    • writing web test scenarios in BDD format in JIRA.
    • Implement scenarios in the framework
    • execute automation from CI  using code pulled from Git repo
    • Understand Response Codes

    Complete End to End

    Concepts learned from the beginning of class to content learned at the end all come together. Students will participate in typical work events such as the following:

     

    • Sprint Planning
    • Story Assignments
    • Code Review
    • Sprint Review/Retrospective
    • All work in JIRA/Github
    5. Rest API Postman ( Duration: 2 Weeks )

    Week 16 – 17: Rest API

    Understand what an API is and how it interconnects almost of all the tech world today. An API or Application programming interface is the layer of technology where majority of application logic resides

    • Monitor network to see API calls
    • Understand the function of APIs
    • Learn the differences between request types
    • Understand Response Codes

    Postman

    Postman is used by over 3 million developers/QA Professionals across the world. Learn the fundamentals of Postman, how you can issue requests, create collections and collaborate with others.

     

    • Testing APIs Manually
    • Collections
    • Send Requests: POST, GET, PUT, PATCH, and DELETE
    • Test Response Codes

    1. SDLC & QA Concepts

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    2. JavaScript Programming

    Duration: 7 Weeks

    3. Automation with Selenium

    Duration: 4 Weeks

    4. Final Project

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    5. Rest API Postman

    Duration: 2 Weeks

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    Week 3 – 9: JavaScript Programming

    Understand how to set up your development environment including tools and software essential to everyday work productivity. Learn programming fundamentals, solve real life problems and become proficient in JavaScript.

    • JavaScript fundamentals
    • Polymorphism
    • Collections
    • Packages

     

     

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    JavaScript Project

    Build out a fully featured project using all concepts of JavaScript. Students will be expected to problem solve just as in a real job which includes reading documentation and conducting research to find solutions to problems.

     

    • Learn fundamentals of understanding Documentation
    • Proficiency in programming research
    • Build a fully functional JavaScript based application
    • Manage time/collaborate with peers

    1. SDLC & QA Concepts

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    2. JavaScript Programming

    Duration: 7 Weeks

    3. Automation with Selenium

    Duration: 4 Weeks

    4. Final Project

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    5. Rest API Postman

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    Week

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    Week 10 – 13: WebUI Automation

    Learn how to automate web applications and execute tests, in particular to verify that they work as expected. Understand Selenium both how it functions and what capabilities it has so that you can leverage it to complete your testing needs.

    • Creating a fully functional framework
    • Advance selenium actions
    • Cucumber/Gherkins/TestNG
    • Configure reporting using Allure

     

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    Selenium Sprints

    Recieve work tickets and complete tasks just as in a real job. Participate in Agile ceremonies, open bug tickets, evaluate and execute test scripts. Debug code and conduct extensive reasearch.

    • Creating a fully functional framework
    • Advance selenium actions
    • Cucumber/Gherkins/TestNG
    • Configure reporting using Allure

    1. SDLC & QA Concepts

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    2. JavaScript Programming

    Duration: 7 Weeks

    3. Automation with Selenium

    Duration: 4 Weeks

    4. Final Project

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    5. Rest API Postman

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    Week

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    Week 14 – 15: Final Project

    This portion wraps up everything that was taught. Full end to end sprint cycles mimicking that of real world job expectations.
    • writing web test scenarios in BDD format in JIRA.
    • Implement scenarios in the framework
    • execute automation from CI  using code pulled from Git repo
    • Understand Response Codes

     

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    Complete End to End

    Concepts learned from the beginning of class to content learned at the end all come together. Students will participate in typical work events such as the following:

     

    • Sprint Planning
    • Story Assignments
    • Code Review
    • Sprint Review/Retrospective
    • All work in JIRA/Github

    1. SDLC & QA Concepts

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    2. JavaScript Programming

    Duration: 7 Weeks

    3. Automation with Selenium

    Duration: 4 Weeks

    4. Final Project

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    5. Rest API Postman

    Duration: 2 Weeks

    Week

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    Week 16 – 17: Rest API

    Understand what an API is and how it interconnects almost of all the tech world today. An API or Application programming interface is the layer of technology where majority of application logic resides

    • Monitor network to see API calls
    • Understand the function of APIs
    • Learn the differences between request types
    • Understand Response Codes

     

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    Postman

    Postman is used by over 3 million developers/QA Professionals across the world. Learn the fundamentals of Postman, how you can issue requests, create collections and collaborate with others.

     

    • Testing APIs Manually
    • Collections
    • Send Requests: POST, GET, PUT, PATCH, and DELETE
    • Test Response Codes

    Real World Based Project

    While lectures and homework assignments are a great way to learn, the best lessons come from experience. Over the course of our Software QA Test Automation Course, students will complete an end to end project that encompasses everything they have learned. Students will be guided by the Lead Instructor and Assistant Trainer to help students work in a agile environment through interactive collaboration.

    Unit Based Project

    Students will use JIRA to create assign test stories, manage test execution progress and generate test coverage report. They will implement a full cycle of test automation in an agile framework.

    Capstone Projects

    Using all the knowledge, skills and resources students will design a test automation framework. They will create test scripts with JavaScript, execute tests and generate test reports.

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    Lab

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    the best talent

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    Our unique
    approach to building
    the best talent

    Finding a clear talent definition is challenging. Some will argue that it’s genetics, others will say it’s learned, and most will agree that it’s a little bit of both. We can define talent as a special ability that potentially leads an individual to success.

    Lab2

    Our unique
    approach to building
    the best talent

    Finding a clear talent definition is challenging. Some will argue that it’s genetics, others will say it’s learned, and most will agree that it’s a little bit of both. We can define talent as a special ability that potentially leads an individual to success.

    Class Breakdown

    Classes are live and online.
    Students are expected to attend all classes and lab sessions.
    Below shows a typical class schedule for students enrolled in the API Automation Course.

    Class Lecture

    Homework Review and Questions

    Ensure all students are fully caught up and ready for new materials.

    Time – 6:30 – 7:00 P.M. 
    (Eastern Time Zone) 

    Lecture & New Learning Modules

    API automation coding live lecture

    Time – 7:00 – 8.00 P.M. 
    (Eastern Time Zone) 

    Break Time

    Our students and educators get a quick breather before starting up again. 

    Time – 8:00 – 8:15 P.M. 
    (Estern Time Zone) 

    Lecture & New Learning Modules

    API automation coding live lecture

    Time – 8:15 – 9:15 P.M. 
    (Eastern Time Zone) 

    Homework & Questions

    Questions assigned and students may ask additional questions regarding lecture/HW etc

    Time – 9:15 – 9:30 P.M. 
    (Estern Time Zone) 

    6:30 – 7:00 P.M.  

    Homework Review and Questions

    Ensure all students are fully caught up and ready for new materials.

    Classes

    Mon, Wed & Fri
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    7:00 – 8:00 P.M.  

    Lecture & New Learning Modules

    API automation coding live lecture

    Classes

    Mon, Wed & Fri
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    8:00 – 8:15 P.M.  

    Break Time

    Our students and educators get a quick breather before starting up again. 

    Classes

    Mon, Wed & Fri
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    8:15 – 9:15 P.M.  

    Lecture & New Learning Modules

    API automation coding live lecture

    Classes

    Mon, Wed & Fri
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    9:15 – 9:30 P.M.  

    Homework & Questions

    Questions assigned and students may ask additional questions regarding lecture/HW etc

    Classes

    Mon, Wed & Fri
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    Self- Paced Study

    Review Class Video

    Follow along with the recorded video and attempt all class coding exercises

    Self-Paced

    Complete H.W. Assignments

    Implement skills learned in lectures to demonstrate understanding
    Self-Paced

    Self -Paced 

    Review Class Video

    Follow along with recorded video and attempt all class coding excersises

    During The Week

    Self -Paced  

    Complete H.W. Assignments

    Implement skills learned in lectures to demonstrate understanding

    During The Week

    Lab Sessions

    Review & Complementary Learning Modules

    Smaller groups to allow increased student interaction and provide additional help. 

    Time- 9:00 –11:00 A.M. 
    (Eastern Time Zone) 

    Peer Groups

    Students are encouraged to collaborate and look over each others work to help improve and learn from each other.

    Time- 11AM –11:00 PM 
    (Eastern Time Zone) 

    9:00 – 11:00 A.M.  

    Review & Complementary Learning Modules

    Smaller groups to allow increased student interaction and provide additional help. 

    Lab

    Sat

    11:00A.M. – 12:00 P.M.  

    Peer Groups

    Students are encouraged to collaborate and look over each others work to help improve and learn from each other.

    Lab

    Sat

    Class Lecture 

    5:30 – 6:00 P.M.  

    Homework Review and Questions

    Ensure all students are fully caught up and ready for new materials.

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    6:00 – 7:00 P.M.  

    Lecture & New Learning Modules

    API automation coding live lecture

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    7:00 – 7:15 P.M.  

    Break Time

    Our students and educators get a quick breather before starting up again.

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    7:15 – 8:15 P.M.  

    Lecture & New Learning Modules

    API automation coding live lecture

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    8:15 – 8:30 P.M.  

    Homework &
    Questions

    Questions assigned and students may ask additional questions regarding lecture/HW etc

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    Self- Paced Study

    Self -Paced 

    Review Class Video

    Follow along with recorded video and attempt all class coding excersises

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    Self -Paced  

    Complete H.W. Assignments

    Implement skills learned in lectures to demonstrate understanding

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    Lab Sessions

    8:00 – 10:00 A.M.  

    Review & Complementary Learning Modules

    Smaller groups to allow increased student interaction and provide additional help. 

    Lab

    Sat

    10:00A.M. – 11:00 A.M.  

    Peer Groups

    Students are encouraged to collaborate and look over each others work to help improve and learn from each other.

    Lab

    Sat

    Class Lecture 

    4:30 – 5:00 P.M.  

    Homework Review and Questions

    Ensure all students are fully caught up and ready for new materials.

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    5:00 – 6:00 P.M.  

    Lecture & New Learning Modules

    API automation coding live lecture

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    6:00 – 6:15 P.M.  

    Break Time

    Our students and educators get a quick breather before starting up again.

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    6:15 – 7:15 P.M.  

    Lecture & New Learning Modules

    API automation coding live lecture

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    7:15 – 7:30 P.M.  

    Homework &
    Questions

    Questions assigned and students may ask additional questions regarding lecture/HW etc

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    Self- Paced Study

    Self -Paced 

    Review Class Video

    Follow along with recorded video and attempt all class coding excersises

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    Self -Paced  

    Complete H.W. Assignments

    Implement skills learned in lectures to demonstrate understanding

    Classes

    Mon & Thurs

    Lab Sessions

    7:00 – 9:00 A.M.  

    Review & Complementary Learning Modules

    Smaller groups to allow increased student interaction and provide additional help. 

    Lab

    Sat

    9:00A.M. – 10:00 A.M.  

    Peer Groups

    Students are encouraged to collaborate and look over each other’s work to help improve and learn from each other.

    Lab

    Sat

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    Eligibility

    Problem Solving Attitude

    Sense to Apply Logic

    Keen Interest to Learn

    Patience for Debugging

    Minimum of High School Degree

    Determination to Launch Tech Career

    ADMISSION

    The simple process of admission

    We do our best to make it easy and hassle-free to enroll. We want the focus of our students to be on excelling at their studies and ultimately make a positive change in their careers.

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    Inquiry

    Schedule a call with us. We will guide you on what to expect and whether this course would be a right fit for you. We can help fill out our application if needed.

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    Application

    Application process is completed. Payment method chosen and first payment is processed if needed.

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    Welcome

    Students will be onboarded. Access to support channel as well as other required materials will be provided.

    ADMISSION

    The simple process of admission

    We do our best to make it easy and hassle-free to enroll. We want the focus of our students to be on excelling at their studies and ultimately make a positive change in their careers.

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    Inquiry

    Schedule a call with us. We will guide you on what to expect and whether this course would be a right fit for you. We can help fill out our application if needed.

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    Application

    Application process is completed. Payment method chosen and first payment is processed if needed.

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    Welcome

    Students will be onboarded. Access to support channel as well as other required materials will be provided.

    Career Support

    Technosoft has a dedicated team of career support specialists. We give our students the skill-set to ace an interview. You will learn to “How to be a No-Brainer Tech Hire” and effective job seeker. We have resume building assistance, mock interviews, white boarding coding drills, a robust employer network, and a proven job search regiment. Our Career Services team is committed to helping you launch/improve your career in tech.

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    Career Coaching

    During your job search, you’ll meet weekly with your dedicated Career Coach. Coaches help with everything from resume review to interview prep, and help you tell your story to land your first job.

    Resume Marketing

    Hiring managers at top companies come to us looking for new hires. This pipeline helps our students to land great opportunities. Our Career support team is constantly advocating for our grads and helping you get in the door.

    Interview Preparation

    Through guidance from our Career support team and our tried-and-true job-search framework, you’ll gain the skills and support you need to launch your career.

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    1. Career Coaching

    During your job search, you’ll meet weekly with your dedicated Career Coach. Coaches help with everything from resume review to interview prep and help you tell your story to land your first job.

    2. Resume Marketing

    Hiring managers at top companies come to us looking for new hires. This pipeline helps our students to land great opportunities. Our Career support team is constantly advocating for our grads and helping you get in the door.

    3. Interview Preparation

    Through guidance from our Career support team and our tried-and-true job-search framework, you’ll gain the skills and support you need to launch your career.

    Achievements

    Our Grads Land Highly Paid Jobs

    85%

    Job placement Rate

    Percentage reflects job-seeking graduates including full-time salaried roles, full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, and freelance roles, and part-time roles during the reporting period.

    $90K

    Average Starting Salary

    Salary reflects students who accepted full-time salaried jobs during the reporting period and disclosed their compensation. This is the average starting salary for students who took a full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, or freelance roles and disclosed compensation.

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    Pricing

    Tuition & Financing

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    Full Tuition

    $5,500

    4 Equal Monthly Installments

    The tuition fee may vary based on available discounts and/or promotional offers which are offered from time to time.

    Income Share

    Pay

    $0

    No upfront tuition.
    Pay once you make
    decent income.

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    Current & Upcoming Cohort

    QA Automation Boot Camp Course is full-time, fully online, and always live. Our instructors are highly experienced and have worked in many top companies.

    19th September 2022

    • Application  Deadline: 08/31/2022

    • Enrollment Deadline: 09/12/2022

    Part-Time 17 Weeks

    Class: Mon, Wed & Fri
    Time: 6:30pm to 9:30pm EST
    Lab: Sat (9am – 11am or 11am – 1PM EST)

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