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Becoming a Coding Tester – With Adam Satterfield

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Adam_Satterfield

Becoming a Coding Tester

As a tester, there are a lot of times where I don’t know how to do something.

I have learned that when I don’t know how to do something, if I can break it down into manageable parts, then it becomes easier to approach and learn. I have taken this approach to teaching testers to learn how to code and approach coding.  Sometimes when a problem is so large, we shy away from it. Such is the same for many testers learning how to code.

Learning how to become a coding tester empowers a tester to be more self-reliant and less dependent on someone else to write their test scripts, which can take valuable time from the critical and time-crunched testing process.

Learning to code positions a tester for long-term career growth, opens up new professional opportunities, and gives them the perspective to be a better tester with a deeper understanding of what questions to ask and how to approach a meaningful testing plan to gain better insights.

Adam will share—step-by-step—how he has helped testers increase their skills to learn a programming language, highlighting potential stumbling blocks along the way, and discussing how to overcome them.

Key Takeaways:

  • Testers will have a plan for how to approach the large task of learning how to code.
  • Testers will see that other testers have been down this road and have succeeded.
  • Testers will see what benefits learning to code can provide for their career.

Coding learning:

www.udemy.com

www.stackskills.com -> sign up for emails from stacksocial.com

www.youtube.com

Www.katalon.com

www.linuxacademy.com -> learn APIs and DevOps type skills

https://www.qualityjam.com/uk/ for Quality Jam on Oct 18

 

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Adam Satterfield

About Adam Satterfield

Adam Satterfield, Technology Program Director at Anthem, has been in the software testing industry for nearly 20 years. He has a wide background in industries such as military, SaaS, telecom and healthcare. Adam enjoys leading and mentoring quality assurance teams as well as teaching testers how to find their inner testing star. He is currently responsible for creating quality standards and training teams on Risk Based Testing, ATDD and Session Based Testing within Anthem.

Twitter: @qualityadam

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