Organizations are now accelerating Agile and DevOps practices, thus fueling the demand for automation QA professionals. This course serves as a helpful guide for the manual testing transition to the automation testing process, inspiring practical actions and preparing you for the journey ahead.
The following three chapters will cover topics such as:
Enjoyed and learned lot ....
It was very helpful..
Great presenters and slides. Rate 5
Audio lacked clarity and
Felt more like a presentation than someone helping and teaching you. Chapter 2 was scattered and didn't explain or help much. The other two chapters were just presentations on why this software is good. Not how to use it.
Great, thanks for this return on experience.
7K tests isn't that odd even if not recommanded wherever : with model based testing ... it's a given in fact. Trading platforms usually score 20K+ tests !^^ And maintaining those is a real challenge !^^
Did not enjoy this 'course' at all. Worst yet and would not recommend anyone doing this. Split it out and give better examples - sitting on the same screen/slide while someone just talks is extremely difficult to follow. Or make this a pod cast but please do not label this as a course for people to suffer through. No quiz because there is no real learning happening here.
It will be great if there is a subtitle for it (for English first) to avoid any misunderstanding.
It was great experience to see how the katalon studio works and lots of information about how convert from manual to automate testing environment.
I'm a bit disappointed. I was expecting way more information than the one that is being lectured through out the course. It gives little to no information of how the transition between the manual testing to automated testing should be done, as well as best practices and tips. There is lots of space for improvement since it's only missing the practical part of the transition.
I'll try to find a book and the official web site. Thanks for free courses!
good information but not a good presentation
It is very good one for me and obviously one who is willing to dig in for automation.
Testing on production.