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Worqference 2022 : 15 Workshops Recording Bundle

Confused about what to learn and what not to learn? The confusion is natural since there are so many topics and technologies and choosing one is difficult.

Here is the solution for you. This course has 15 Atomic courses (90 Mins to 120 minutes each) on various topics across Cypress, Security Testing, Selenium, Appium, Performance, API, Manual testing, Unit testing, etc.


With a little time investment of 90 mins to 120 minutes, you can know about a diverse range of topics and then choose to deep dive into the ones you like the most or suit your work/upskilling requirements the most.

“Revealing Most Important Variables To Design Better Tests” by Robert Sabourin

Delegates will learn an important first step in any test design activity.

Delegates will improve their testing abilities whether Automated or Manual; whether Exploratory or Scripted; whether Functional or Non-Functional; whether Agile or Structured.

Key Takeaways:

(1) Delegates will be able to identify variables related to their test objectives.

(2) Delegates will be able to identify variables that are not explicitly expressed in requirements or design or software interfaces

(3) Delegates will develop powerful tools to scope and focus testing

(4) Delegate will develop technical collaboration skills to work effectively with programmers, architects, and other members of product development and support teams

(5) Delegates will develop skills useful in collaborating with business stakeholders enabling testers ultiMATELY become trusted guides and influential advisors of product stakeholders.

Improve your test diversity thus improve the ability to identify important issues EARLY!

“Introduction To GIT”- Course by Lavanya Mohan

“Note from Course Author Lavanya Mohan”

A warm welcome to the course on Introduction to Git.

In this course, we will look at some of the whats, whys, and hows of Git – a distributed version
control system.

We will take an example of a team working on a test automation project. We will learn Git
concepts by seeing how the team members share their work and collaborate with each other
effectively on the project.

We will learn some basic as well as a few advanced Git concepts that will equip us to
experiment further on our own.

This course does not assume any prior knowledge about Version Control Systems.
Even though we take an example of a team working on test automation, do remember that Git is
not limited to versioning code.

It is encouraged that we give the Git commands a try. Also, if we prefer, we could use simple
text files instead of code as we follow along.

I am looking forward to this journey of learning Git with you!

What will we learn from the course?

● Why Version Control System?
● Setup and some internals of Git
● Common Git commands (on the command line)
● Collaboration with team members on a project using Git
● Branching, Merging, Resolving Conflicts, Undoing changes in Git
● Distributed Git workflows that can be adopted on projects

The instructor will like to thank Kunal AsharRahul Phulore and  Mahesh Chikane who have reviewed this course and gave their precious feedback.