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Java for Testers

The ‘Java For Testers‘ book is for people who want to learn Java. Automation to support testing is not limited to testers anymore, so this book is suitable for anyone wanting to improve their use of Java in automation: managers, business analysts, users, and of course, testers.

By learning the basics of Java presented in this book, you ultimately will learn how to read and understand existing code bases, and write simple checks using JUnit quickly.

This eBook contains:

  •  Basics of Java Revealed
  •  Install the Necessary Software
  •  Writing Your First Java Code
  • Work with Other Classes
  •  Next Steps
  • Bonus Chapters: About main methodsDangers of Using a Main Method Badly

Most Java books start with a ‘main’ class and show how to compile code and write simple applications from the command line, then build up into more Java constructs and GUI applications. When I write Java, I rarely compile it to a standalone application, I spend a lot of time in the IDE, writing and running small checks and refactoring to abstraction layers.

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Alan Richardson

Alan has more than twenty years of professional IT experience, working as a programmer and at every level of the testing hierarchy from tester through head of testing. Author of the books “Selenium Simplified” and “Java For Testers”. Alan also has created online training courses to help people learn Technical Web Testing and Selenium WebDriver with Java.

In this eBook we’ll look at Java for Testers. The aim is to help you start writing automation code using Java, and have the basic knowledge you need to do that.

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