Programming for Testers. It’s Easy!
We hear a lot these days about how testers should learn to code, become more technical, and have more development orientated skills. Unless you came into software testing as a ‘burnt out’ developer, it is unlikely that you have coding skills, or a deep understanding of the technical ins and outs of your current systems landscape.
What can you do about it? Is programming hard? How can you learn to code, gain the benefits and still master your current workload, which keeps on relentlessly increasing?
In this webinar, a companion piece to last year’s conference workshop, we show you how easy it actually is, as a tester, to learn how to program. The hard part, as always, is how to start. We will start with 3 simple steps and show you how to get up and running with Python.
And to help you back in the office we will arm you with some of the most useful on-line references and information that is available.
Each journey starts with a single step. Let us help you take your first programming step today.
- A deeper insight into the Testers need to learn to code debate
- Your first steps into programming
- Experience, examples and references to help you continue your Programming Adventure