Websites, mobile applications, vending machines, TVs and mobiles have something in common – they are all products. And every product has a user to solve this or that problem and needs to be tested before it is allowed to hit the users hand.
Just like any other product, softwares needs to be tested well so they will provide the best output to solve the problem. Imagine the GPS we are using everywhere. If there is something that is making it to work wrongly, the outcome could be devastating.
Software testing has grown from simple “does it work” to complex robots testing all sorts of scenarios to make sure the product is working as expected. In earlier days it was common to have the manual testing. But these days, almost all testing is done in automated fashion.
Our courses in this area covers the basics of testing from the scratch to what it takes to be a good quality assurance personnel. This involves going through industry standard tools and methodologies.
Testing is still in the rise as far the demand is concerned. But the demand has shifted from manual to automated testing in recent years in a much grater scale.