QA Automation Bootcamp

Boost your career in QA to six figures with Test Automation Next Course starts on 22 May Saturday 11:00AM PST

Benefits

All the latest and greatest from Tech World

Increase your Salary to $100k per year!
Salary for QA Automation Engineers per Glassdoor is around $95K-$110k per year. Finish our course and boost your salary.

Knowledge of Java

Java is the most popular language for testing. For majority of tech companies in US, Test Stack is written in Java. You will find a job faster

Work with Real Projects

We collaborate with several companies to ensure our students are able to apply all coursework to future work opportunities

Get Help from Mentors

We know that sometimes you may get stuck or struggle with something, so we will help every student individually in our 101 Mentoring Sessions
Test Pro

Schedule

Next Course starts on May 22d, Saturday 11:00AM PST
  • Monday 7:00 - 8:00 PM PST
  • Wednesday 7:00 - 8:00 PM PST
  • Friday 7:00 - 8:00 PM PST

Curriculum

We teach everything that you need to know
01. Java Core (4 weeks)
  • Hello, World! - initial setup of the environment and a console application
  • Java Core - variables, primitive types, arrays, conditionals operators and loops
  • Java Core - methods, string operations, classes, constructors, properties
  • Java Core - enums, access modifiers, exceptions, try / catch
  • Object Oriented Programming - inheritance, interfaces, polymorphism, keywords
  • Collections API - list, set, map, iterator, Stream API
  • Version Control (GIT) - code reviews, branching strategies, resolving conflicts, tools
  • A lot of Practice on real projects and Interview preparation
02. Selenium WebDriver (6 weeks)
  • Introduction to Test Automation with Selenium WebDriver - what and why automate?
  • Testing Framework - build tools, dependencies, test runners, assertions, fixtures, data providers, parallel execution
  • Locators - types, best practices, tools, practice
  • Web Elements - basic methods, dropdowns, radio buttons / checkboxes, alerts, lists
  • Synchronization - Implicit / Explicit / Fluent Waits. practice, interview questions
  • Advanced Techniques - actions, multiple windows, frames, JavaScript executor, table grids, cookies, window size
  • Selenium Grid - desired capabilities, remote webdriver, hub / node, cloud services
  • Page Object Design Pattern - page factory, definition, annotations and constructors
  • BDD with Cucumber - pros / cons, steps, features, test runner, parameterization
  • Exercises / Algorithms - sorting, Fibonacci, FuzzBuzz, palindrome, prime numbers etc
  • BONUS - Mobile Test Automation Basics: installation, configuration, elements
  • Automate Regression for a real project!
Our stats

60+

Students enrolled

40+

Students graduated

92%

Students get a job within 3 months

$55/hour

Average compensation
Our Team

Real Professionals with Real Experience

Baurzhan Zhylkaidarov
SDET / Backend Developer
Shutterstock
Solid experience in Software QA Engineering. Strong experience in Test Automation of back-end, APIs and databases.
Azat Zakuanov
Lead SDET
Thrive Market
UI automation professional. Expert in Software QA Engineering for Web and Mobile applications.
Denis Platonov
Principal SDET
Cornerstone on Demand
Top notch QA professional in Test Automation using C#, Java and Ruby-based frameworks with Selenium, Appium etc.
Testimonials

What our students say

I was surprised by how the complexity of the course auto adjusts to the level and professional interest of each student. I’ve been working almost a decade in test engineering, including low-level automation, and have seen so many un-scalable, poorly implemented, crappy testing frameworks… Don’t go that road, go to TestPro way instead.
Nadia M
Software Developer in Test
I just want to say how thankful I am to meet these guys, especially Evgeny Kim. I was lucky enough to get in touch with them during my job search process, and I immediately received huge support. I received answers for all of my questions before the bootcamp even started. I can honestly say that these guys care and are willing to help you all the way until you find your dream job.
Kate T.
QA Automation Engineer
I was lucky and happy be your student.You make my vision of QA very clear.I feel like the last couple of years I really was working on projects!It gives me more confidence and understanding of workflows.And I found a lot of friends and good people here!
Vlad E
QA Analyst

Immersive Program

Java + Selenium + API (12 weeks)
  • Java basics
  • Version control (GIT)
  • OOP concepts
  • Selenium WebDriver
  • Collection API
  • Locators & Elements
  • Selenium Grid
  • BDD with Cucumber
  • Interview preparation
  • Personal sessions
  • API Testing
  • Databases Automation
  • Online only

Companies

Some of our students after graduation got their jobs at this major companies as well as at many other ones
Amazon
Google
Bank of America
Playstation
Facebook
Walt-Dsiney

Frequently asked questions

Who is this course for?

For people who have no experience in Test Automation but wants to boost up the compensation to over 100k per year. Coding experience is not required as well

What if I don't like it?

First week is free (and very useful). No obligation. No payment. Period. You can continue if you like the course. If it doesn’t fit you – it is your choice. No questions. No pushing. Period

Do I need to quit my job to take this course?

No. You can just spend an hour a day every evening and you will be good! Of course we know that you need to do a lot of things for yourself

What is the course schedule?

Work days: 1 hour twice per week (online only) Weekends: 2.5 hours on Saturday or Sunday (onsite or online)
Total:
– Practice: 4.5 hours per week
– Theory: a couple of hours per week
– Homework: a couple of hours per week
Don't hesitate

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