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    Hello dear people,
    My name is Florin, I am 28 years old and I want to learn Software Testing.
    Which resources do you recommend?
    Do you have any tips or advices for a new guy in this industry?
    Thank you and have a nice evening!

    Hey there, Florin.

    For starters, I’d like to start with the fact that there are tons of opportunities to learn Software Testing online. Thanks to the abundant resources, both free and paid, you can effortlessly gain a grasp on the basics of this field. For an apprentice Software Tester, I’d recommend you a few resources that are plenty useful since these are structured by a group of well-versed masters in this field.

    1) Udemy – This platform offers some pretty good courses on the basics as well as advanced levels in the field of Software Testing. I’d recommend the “Selenium WebDriver Training” which covers all aspects of this area.

    2) Reddit – Reddit offers a plethora of content related to Software Testing. You can hop into any subreddits to become an expert Software Tester in no time!

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