Software QA TESTING, After-Hours
SALT LAKE CITY
LEARN QUALITY ASSURANCE
In this course, you’ll spend 168 hours in on-campus sessions exploring the need for testing, how to test, and ultimately automate this workflow to make sure you have all the essential regressions to stand up a solid defense of software. Quality Assurance testing for software development is key to any company’s release of reliable useful technology. Testing is a small, but important piece of the software development life cycle. Quality Assurance also serves as an entry-point in the competitive tech work space while allowing testers to explore where in development they want their career to go.
WHAT IS SOFTWARE QA TESTING?
Quality Assurance (QA) engineers are essential members on software development teams. In any industry, organizations have different preferences for testing their software. Testing and QA roles have become essential to teams frequently delivering quality software.
Continuous integration and continuous development are usually coupled with an agile methodology to maintain order among frequent deployment chaos. As continuous integration and deployment become more common, these processes and methodologies are best coupled with an automated testing system. Following agile methodologies, a feature is declared done when it is tested and deployed. Testing is typically the last line of defense before software is released to suer.
QA engineers are meaningful employees to any organization that builds software. As users expectations of higher quality software increases, so too does the demand for competent quality assurance engineers in the industry.
- Basic computer knowledge
- Every student must own or have access to a personal computer at least 4GB RAM, at least 2GHz, and at least 100 GB HD
- Manual Testing
- Basic NodeJS
- Optional: Add $850 for a MacBook Air 13, yours to keep. Special subsidized pricing for Helio students.
- 14 weeks/168 total hours in classroom sessions, approximately 12 hours of self-study each week
- Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
- Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
After successfully completing this course, you may shadow this bootcamp at any time over the next year to re-sharpen your skills and recommit these technologies to memory.
UPCOMING START DATES & LOCATIONS
February 11, 2019 – May 22, 2019
Salt Lake City Campus
165 S Main Street, Ste. 200
Salt Lake City, UT 84111