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  • What is Automation testing
  • Why we need automation testing
  • Importance of automation Testing
  • Difference between manual and automation testing
  • Automation testing process
  • What is SDLC?
  • Different Phases of SDLC?
  • What is SDLC Models and Its Types?
  • Waterfall model
  • Spiral Model
  • Hybrid Model
  • Prototype Model
  • V-model
  • What are the levels of Software Testing?
  • Different Levels of Testing
  • Unit Testing
  • Integration Testing
  • System Testing
  • Acceptance Testing
  • Java overview
  • History of Java
  • Features of Java
  • Setting up the environment
  • Difference between JRE, JDK, JVM
  • Bytecode,Unicode, ClassLoader, Classpath, Path
  • JVM Architecture
  • Writing first script in java
  • What is syntax
  • What is variable
  • What is Identifiers and it rules
  • What is Keywords and list of keywords
  • Comments and its types (Single, Multi, Document)
  • Quotation usage in java
  • What static typing and its example
  • What is data types
  • Importance of data types in programming
  • Overview of primitive and non-primitive data types
  • Integer data types (byte, short, int, long)
  • Floating-point data types (float, double)
  • Character data type (char)
  • Boolean data type (boolean)
  • Range, size, and default values of each primitive data type
  • Understanding reference types
  • Arrays
  • Strings
  • Classes
  • Interfaces
  • Java Type Casting
  • Java Boolean
  • Java User Input
  • Unary Operator
  • Arithmetic Operator
  • Shift Operator/li>
  • Relational Operator
  • Bitwise Operator
  • Logical Operator
  • Ternary Operator
  • Assignment Operator.
  • if Statement
  • if-else Statement
  • if-else-if ladder
  • Nested if Statements
  • Switch Statement
  • While Loop
  • Do/While Loop
  • For Loop
  • Nested Loops
  • For-Each Loop
  • Loop Control Statements - break, continue, return
  • Looping with Array, Collection, Strings, Infinite Loop
  • Java Methods
  • Java Method Parameters
  • Java Method Overloading
  • Java Scope
  • Java Recursion
  • Lambda Expressions
  • Java Files
  • Java Create/Write Files
  • Java Read Files
  • Java Delete Files
  • try and catch
  • Finally
  • throw keyword
  • Java OOP
  • Java Classes/Objects
  • Java Class Attributes
  • Java Class Methods
  • this keyword in java
  • Java Constructors
  • Java Inheritance
  • Java Modifiers
  • Java Polymorphism
  • Java static
  • Java Encapsulation
  • Java Packages / API
  • Java Inner Classes
  • Java Abstraction
  • Java Interface
  • Java Enums
  • Overview of Selenium: purpose, features, and benefits
  • History and evolution of Selenium WebDriver
  • Understanding Selenium components: Selenium IDE, Selenium WebDriver, Selenium Grid
  • Installing Java Development Kit (JDK) and Java Runtime Environment (JRE)
  • Setting up Selenium WebDriver dependencies in a Java project (using Maven or Gradle)
  • Configuring Selenium WebDriver for different browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, etc.)
  • Introduction to locators: ID, name, class name, tag name, link text, partial link text, CSS selector, XPath
  • Strategies for choosing the right locator for element identification
  • Best practices for writing robust and maintainable locators
  • Basic WebDriver operations: navigating to a URL, clicking elements, typing text into input fields, submitting forms
  • Advanced interactions: handling dropdowns, checkboxes, radio buttons, alerts, pop-ups, and iframes
  • Simulating keyboard and mouse actions using Actions class
  • Introduction to WebElement interface: finding elements, interacting with elements, and extracting information
  • WebElement operations: getText(), getAttribute(), isEnabled(), isSelected(), etc
  • Using WebDriverWait for handling dynamic elements and waiting for specific conditions
  • Understanding implicit waits, explicit waits, and fluent waits
  • Implementing waits to handle synchronization issues and improve test stability
  • Setting up timeouts for WebDriver commands and page loads
  • Designing test scenarios and test cases for automation
  • Organizing test scripts using test frameworks (JUnit, TestNG)
  • Implementing data-driven testing and parameterization with test frameworks
  • Generating test reports with test frameworks (HTML reports, XML reports, etc.)
  • Logging test execution details and debugging test failures
  • Integrating Selenium with logging frameworks (Log4j, SLF4J)
  • Switching between browser windows and tabs
  • Working with multiple browser instances and managing browser sessions
  • Handling pop-up windows and dialogs
  • Understanding frames and iframes in web pages
  • Switching to frames and interacting with elements inside frames
  • Strategies for handling nested frames and cross-domain iframes
  • Strategies for handling dynamic content and asynchronous JavaScript execution
  • Waiting for AJAX calls to complete using WebDriver
  • Implementing custom wait conditions for dynamic elements
  • Introduction to the Page Object Model (POM) design pattern
  • Implementing POM for organizing test code and improving maintainability
  • Best practices for structuring page objects and test classes
  • Running tests in parallel for faster execution using test frameworks
  • Implementing cross-browser testing for testing web applications on different browsers
  • Using Selenium Grid for distributed testing across multiple machines and browsers
  • Handling authentication pop-ups and login forms
  • Automating secure web applications: handling SSL certificates, HTTPS protocols, etc
  • Testing authorization and access control mechanisms
  • What is TestNG
  • Advantages of TestNG over Junit
  • Features of TestNG
  • Setting up the environment
  • How to Write Test Cases in TestNG?
  • Running test cases in TestNG without java compiler
  • Writing Test Methods
  • Write simple test methods using TestNG annotations such as @Test
  • Exclude/Include test cases
  • Running test cases with Regex
  • Test Groups and Dependencies
  • What is TestNG Annotation and list of anotations
  • Hierarchy of the TestNG Annotations
  • Parameterized Testing
  • Annotation Attributes
  • TestNG Reporting
  • Generate custom test reports by extending TestNG listeners and integrating with reporting libraries like ExtentReports or Allure
  • Listeners and Extensibility
  • Introduction to JUnit
  • Understanding the purpose and importance of unit testing
  • Introduction to JUnit framework and its features
  • Setting up JUnit
  • Adding JUnit dependencies to your Java project
  • Configuring your IDE for JUnit testing
  • Creating a simple JUnit test class
  • Writing test methods using JUnit annotations
  • JUnit Annotations
  • Assertions in JUnit
  • Writing parameterized tests to run the same test with different inputs
  • Using @ParameterizedTest and @ValueSource annotations
  • Grouping multiple test classes into a test suite
  • Running a suite of tests using JUnitCore or IDEs
  • Testing methods that are expected to throw exceptions
  • Using @Test(expected) or assertThrows for exception handling in JUnit
  • Setting timeouts for test methods to ensure they complete within a specified time
  • Writing performance tests to evaluate the performance of code under different conditions
  • Introduction to Mockito framework for creating mock objects
  • Writing unit tests with Mockito to isolate dependencies and simulate behavior
  • Exploring the new features for parameterized tests introduced in JUnit 5
  • Using @ParameterizedTest, @MethodSource, and @CsvSource annotations
  • Understanding the differences between JUnit 4 (Vintage) and JUnit 5 (Jupiter)
  • Transitioning from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5 and leveraging new features of JUnit 5
  • Integrating JUnit tests into CI pipelines using tools like Jenkins, Travis CI, or CircleCI
  • Implementing test-driven development (TDD) principles to write tests before code
  • Overview of API testing and its importance
  • Introduction to Postman tool
  • Installing Postman and setting up the environment
  • Understanding Postman interface and features
  • Creating and sending requests (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE)
  • Working with parameters, headers, and authentication in requests
  • Organizing requests into collections
  • Using variables and environments for dynamic testing
  • Writing and executing simple tests using JavaScript in Postman
  • Test assertions and response validation techniques
  • Test scripts for extracting data and chaining requests
  • Test automation using Postman's Collection Runner
  • Working with complex scenarios: conditional requests, loops, and branching
  • Handling file uploads and downloads in requests
  • Introduction to data-driven testing with Postmant
  • Using CSV and JSON files for data-driven testing
  • Parameterization and iteration in data-driven tests
  • Introduction to Postman Mock Servers
  • Creating and managing mock APIs in Postman
  • Setting up and running monitors for API health checks
  • Analyzing monitor results and generating reports
  • Integrating Postman with third-party services for monitoring
  • Collaboration features in Postman: Teams, Workspaces, and Sharing
  • Version control and history tracking in Postman
  • Using Postman for API documentation and documentation generation
  • API lifecycle management with Postman: design, development, testing, and monitoring
  • Best practices for using Postman in team environments
  • Pre-request scripts and collection-level scripts
  • Newman CLI tool for running Postman collections in CI/CD pipelines
  • Integration with external tools and services (e.g., Jenkins, GitHub, Slack)
  • Custom integrations using Postman API and Webhooks
  • Introduction to Jenkins
  • Understanding its role in continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD)
  • Key features and benefits of Jenkins for automating software development processes
  • Exploring the Jenkins dashboard and user interface
  • Installing Jenkins on local servers or cloud instances (e.g., AWS, Azure)
  • Initial setup and configuration of Jenkins settings, including security, global tools, and email notifications
  • Installing and managing plugins to extend Jenkins functionality
  • Setting up new jobs to automate various tasks such as building, testing, and deploying applications
  • Integrating Jenkins with version control systems (e.g., Git, SVN) to fetch source code
  • Configuring triggers to start builds automatically based on code changes or scheduled time
  • Initiating manual builds and observing the build process in Jenkins
  • Understanding Jenkins build statuses (e.g., success, failure, unstable) and analyzing build logs
  • Setting up notifications for build results (success, failure) via email, Slack, etc
  • Viewing and managing artifacts generated during the build process
  • Introduction to Pipeline as code and its benefits for defining complex workflows
  • Learning about Pipeline stages, steps, and post actions
  • Ensuring Pipeline support in Jenkins installation
  • Essential plugins for Pipeline development and execution
  • Setting up global Pipeline options and script approvals
  • Understanding the declarative approach for defining Pipelines
  • Writing simple Declarative Pipeline scripts to automate build and deployment processes
  • Understanding how to define stages and steps in a Declarative Pipeline
  • Understanding the scripted approach for defining Pipelines
  • Creating simple Scripted Pipeline scripts to perform build and deployment tasks
  • Introduction to Groovy scripting language for scripting Pipeline steps
  • Configuring triggers and conditions for Pipeline execution (e.g., cron schedules, SCM polling)
  • Using Pipeline visualizations to understand Pipeline execution flow and troubleshoot issues
  • Understanding best practices for writing efficient, maintainable, and reusable Pipeline scripts
  • Utilize Blue Ocean plugin for visualizing and editing pipelines
  • View pipeline execution flow in Jenkins UI
  • Implement error handling mechanisms for robust pipelines
  • Promote code reuse through functions, libraries, and templates
  • Optimize pipeline performance by minimizing resource consumption and reducing build time
  • Utilize parallel stages and steps for faster builds
  • Installing Git on your development machine
  • Git repository: initializing a repository, cloning, and forking repositories
  • Understanding basic Git commands for version control (e.g., git add, git commit, git push)
  • Git workflow: staging, committing, and pushing changes to a remote repository
  • Branching in Git: creating, switching between branches, and merging branches
  • Branching strategies (e.g., feature branching, GitFlow) for managing test code development
  • Working with remote repositories: adding/removing remotes, fetching, and pulling changes
  • Collaborating with team members: resolving conflicts, code review, and pull requests
  • Git commit guidelines: meaningful commit messages, atomic commits
  • Branching strategies for test automation projects: organizing tests, versioning, and release management
  • Introduction to Git hooks: pre-commit, post-commit, pre-push hooks
  • Implementing custom Git hooks for automation testing: running tests before committing/pushing code
  • Organizing test code repository structure: test suites, test cases, and supporting files
  • Versioning test automation code: tagging releases, managing test data, and configurations
  • Git rebase vs. merge: understanding the differences and when to use each
  • Integrating Git with Jenkins: configuring Jenkins to pull test code from Git repositories
  • Setting up Jenkins jobs for test automation: building, executing tests, and reporting results
  • Overview of Jira: purpose, features, and benefits
  • Understanding Jira's role in project management and issue tracking
  • Different editions of Jira: Jira Software, Jira Core, Jira Service Management
  • Creating a Jira account and accessing Jira Cloud or Jira Server
  • Creating a new Jira project or using an existing project for test management
  • Different types of Jira issues: Story, Epic, Task, Bug, etc
  • Customizing Jira workflows for test management: defining states, transitions, and permissions
  • Defining test cases in Jira: creating test issues, specifying steps, and expected results
  • Organizing test cases into test suites and test cycles
  • Associating test cases with user stories or requirements in Jira
  • Establishing traceability between test cases and user stories to ensure complete test coverage
  • Running test cases directly from Jira: capturing test results and logging defects
  • Integrating Jira with test automation frameworks: triggering automated tests from Jira
  • Introduction to Jira test management apps (e.g., Zephyr, Xray, TestRail)
  • Installing and configuring test management apps in Jira
  • Planning and organizing tests into test plans and cycles
  • Scheduling test execution and tracking progress in Jira
  • Generating test execution reports in Jira: test coverage, test results, defect metrics
  • Using Jira dashboards and gadgets for test management insights.
  • Integrating Jira with popular test automation tools (e.g., Selenium, Appium, JUnit, TestNG)
  • Automating test execution and reporting results back to Jira

Benefits of taking course with us!

Taking a Software Testing Java course with Edukators offers numerous benefits. Our courses are designed and delivered by industry experts,because ensuring that students receive top-notch training that is relevant, practical, and up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies in Software Testing Java. With hands-on exercises, real-world simulations, and access to cutting-edge tools and resources, students gain valuable skills and knowledge to protect digital assets effectively. Additionally, our flexible learning options, including online courses and in-person workshops, cater to diverse schedules and learning preferences. Moreover, Edukators' certifications are recognized globally, enhancing career prospects and credibility in the Software Testing Java field. Because overall, choosing Edukators for Software Testing Java training provides an unparalleled opportunity to acquire essential skills, advance careers, and stay ahead in today's rapidly evolving digital landscape.

Job Opportunities for Software Testing Java

Job opportunities for professionals skilled in software testing with Java are abundant and diverse, spanning various industries including finance, healthcare, e-commerce, and technology. Roles such as Software Test Engineer, Quality Assurance Analyst, Test Automation Engineer, and QA Lead are highly sought after. Whether in traditional companies or cutting-edge tech startups, individuals proficient in software testing methodologies find example career opportunities.

Software Tester/QA Engineer

Automation Engineer

Quality Assurance Lead/Manage

Performance Tester 

Security Tester 

DevOps Engineer 


Mobile Test Engineer 

API Test Engineer 

Cloud Test Engineer 

Big Data Test Engineer 

Blockchain Test Engineer 

Game Test Engineer 

Embedded Systems Test Engineer 

AI/ML Test Engineer 


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