Software is useless if it isn’t made well. To prevent poorly-coded software from running amok, companies work with software testers, or Quality Assurance (QA) testers, to test the code that their developers create. These QA testers try everything from engaging with the application like a customer, looking at the code for problems, or putting together automated tests to stress-test a program. Each weakness that a QA finds is a way to make the product even better for the end customer. If you want to get into the development world, Quality Assurance is a great place to start. In this bootcamp, you’ll learn the basics of coding well enough to feel comfortable looking at code and testing it, in addition to learning QA testing best practices. Whether QA is your desired career path or if it’s ...Read more
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