Course Introduction to Programming
Modern software testers are expected to participate in code reviews, suggest additions to unit test suites and contribute to automation.
This means they need to be comfortable reading and writing code.
Software testers are often intimidated by this thought and lack the confidence to write and run code that adds value to their testing efforts and the software their team is developing.
The course is packed with hands-on exercises designed to teach testers to apply fundamental concepts of object-oriented programming and to give them continuous feedback while they progress and grow into capable and confident contributors to automation and application code. They’ll be writing and running code from day 1.
- Writing and running your first code using a modern IDE.
- Variables, constants, methods, and operators.
- Flow control mechanisms and working with collections.
- Exceptions and exception handling.
- Classes and access modifiers.
- The four pillars of object-oriented programming.
- Working with unit testing frameworks.
The course will give a solid introduction to object-oriented programming from getting to know modern IDEs and writing and running the first code, to learning about practical concepts like flow control, exception handling and working with collections, as well as recognising and applying the fundamental concepts of object-oriented programming.
This course includes:
Who should attend?
Our courses are customised to your training needs and are ideal for groups or teams wanting to upskill. Reach out to Louise Gilbert, Training Manager at the Inspired Academy, to discuss your training requirements.