4 Stages in Website Testing – The Ultimate Tester’s Checklist
The Internet is where all businesses go to compete, and it is the tool that can differentiate one business from another. Most customers, who are looking for a particular product, search the internet for solutions and they make decisions after finding the information on the internet. Your online presence, your website, is the way you stay in the market and communicate with your desired audience. But, it’s not enough to ‘have a website’ in this day and age, you must have a website that is informative, accessible, and user-friendly. So, how can you be sure that your website ticks all of these boxes? You have to test it.
Self-education or courses – that is the question!
How often do we have to learn new things to do a certain job? In the ever-changing world of IT, it’s imperative now more than ever, to keep up to speed with the active development of information technologies and digitalization. Even the work we do is being transferred to digital format, and new programs are being introduced to help optimize work processes. But what are we to do?
5 Reasons Why QA Engineering Is One Of The Happiest Fields To Work In
In 2018, anthropologist David Graeber published a book called “Bullshit Jobs: A Theory.” One of his key ideas in this book is that our job is our primary tool for influencing the world. In a nutshell, we need to be involved in some kind of activity to feel good about ourselves and life. Our jobs make us feel useful, wholesome, balanced, and in the long run – happy. We feel happy when our work is related to helping others and caring.
Who is a QA Automated Testing Engineer?
The testing of a software product can be carried out in either a manual manner or in an automated manner. In first and second cases, a test plan is drawn up and test cases are written. The only difference is that during manual testing, the test cases are performed by a person, and during automatic testing a program tests the cases.
Manual QA testing engineers: Who are they and why a company cannot work without them?
Today, there are several thousand QA testing jobs in the USA, and California is home to a great deal of them. But why is QA manual testing still so popular among employers, and what skills do you need to have to be successful in this area? Read on to discover who QA manual testers are and why a company cannot work without them.
Manual QA testing vs Automation QA testing. Why does a manual QA tester need automated testing skills?
Having additional skills is always a bonus, no matter where you are in life or what job you have. In the ever-changing and rapidly growing world of IT it’s imperative that IT professionals, who work in the testing field, keep on working on their skills in order to keep up with the latest developments and advances.
DevOps engineer: What does this specialist do, what’s their salary like, and how to become one?
To begin, DevOps,short for Development Operations, is not quite a profession, rather DevOps can be classified as an approach to solving problems. This approach helps system administrators, QA testers, and developers to work better and more efficiently through high-quality automation and cooperation.
Will QA Manual Testing disappear in five years?
This is one burning question! And if we received a dollar for every time someone asked us this question we’d be richer than Zuckerberg!
ISA upgrades education and related services
JobEasy team focuses not only on education, but also on helping the students get jobs. For over a year, we have been improving our methodology and we have brought it to a high level.
Why do we teach Automation in Python, not Java
Here at QA School we often hear disputes over which programming language is worth learning to get to work faster in Test Automation – Java or Python?
Graduates success stories
At JobEasy, we tried to create a dream school that we ourselves once wanted to get into, but could not find such important and necessary knowledge. Below you can see some videos of the meetings with the graduates and articles of success stories.
How a 21-year-old waiter from Los Angeles got a job as a QA engineer after online courses at school
David is 21 and he worked as a waiter. The work was physically tiring and the wage depended on tips, it was difficult to go away for a couple of minutes.
How an accountant from Brooklyn got an offer for 50$/h as a QA engineer after the testing course in JobEasy school
Dila is a 40-year-old mother of two daughters and she is an accountant in Brooklyn. This year she decided to change her job, so she took up a course to become a tester. Here is Dila’s first person narrative about the pros of JobEasy iapproach, internship and salary of a QA Engineer.
How to start a career at IT and get $70–100K a year from the very beginning
Max Glubochansky won a green card in the lottery and came to San Francisco in 2013, at the age of 26. He chose California, because he knew that there were the highest salaries. There were a lot of technological companies around, but Max was into humanities and had neither experience in IT nor the wish to study it. 
How an English teacher after a testing school started to get $95K a year
Ilona taught English at university, but due to unstable wage and interest to technological sphere she decided to change her profession. Here is her first person narrative about the lessons, internship, job search and her current salary.
How an Art teacher from San Jose started to make a good living as a software tester after finishing school
Stef, an Art teacher from San Jose wanted to get a stable job, so she took up a course to become a tester. Here is her first person narrative about the lessons, internship, job search and her current salary.