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American Software Testing Institute is one of the leading Software Testing Training Providers in the nation. We provide top-notch best in class software testing training. We have the most qualified instructors to teach and train you the Industry Standard Skills in Quality Analysis whether you are an absolute beginner with no technical knowledge, no coding experience or no college degree at all or advancing your skills through upskilling, we have the right educational formula and methods of teaching for you.
American Software Testing Institute’s Award-Winning Curriculum and Teaching Strategies are crafted by former Certified New York Educator who became Manual Tester, Automation Engineer, QA Lead and now Software Quality Engineering Manager at one of the Fortune 500 Companies.
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Software Testing is a process. It is a way to assess the quality of the software or applications under test and to reduce the risk of software failure in operations as defined by ISTQB. It includes many different activities not limited to test planning, analyzing, designing, implementing tests, reporting test progress and results, and evaluating the quality of a test object. Whew! That is a lot to digest! To simplify, it is more of findings glitches, issues, bugs, errors, and defects and hammering the application beyond it’s normal conditions to make use it is “fit for use”.
Importance of Software Testing is Context and Domain Dependent. However, the common importance are obviously meeting customer requirements, catching bugs early before customer catches it in the Live site, lowering the costs of productions, regulatory and legal compliance, lost of credibility/integrity, lost of customers, lost of business, or lost of limbs and lives.
As described at Occupational Information Network (O*NET) Online, the nations’ primary source of occupational information and is developed under the sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA) the national annual average salary of Software Quality Assurance Analysts and Testers are $98,220, where 10% of workers earn $48,960 or less and 10% of workers earn $$153,250 or more. It has a “Bright Outlook” label as this occupation is expected to grow rapidly in the next several years and will have large numbers of job openings. Excerpt from O*NET.
Absolutely Yes. However, this is not a get-rich-quick scheme. The student needs to be patient, persistent, has a goal to elevate their salary, a heart for finding bugs, failures, errors, and defects; and lastly be a analytical thinkers moved by passion and purpose to make a difference.
American Software Testing Institute provides Industry Standards Skills training in Software Testing for absolute beginners, no technical knowledge, career changers and upskilling. It is founded by former New York City Educator who switched career and happened to laddered up from being Manual Tester, Automation Engineer, QA Lead and now a QA Manager. The Founder understands human behaviors, methods of teaching, Laws of Learning and effective delivery of teaching materials based on specific learners. In addition, he knows what happened and is happening in the Software Testing Industry. He also knows, what are the common questions being asked during the interviews and how to prepare for it; and what QA Managers look for the QA Resumes because he is a QA Manager who interviewed and interviewing many candidates.