Until not so long ago testing was a part of the software development cycle and developers would perform it as part of the development process. However in the recent times, software testing has been recognised as an independent activity that is not performed by the developers themselves, but rather by professional software testers, to avoid any bias or oversight. These professionals need special software testing training and practical exposure to take up this job and perform effectively. Since there are no software testing courses or lessons as part of the curriculum of any developer’s graduate course like BTech or MCA, it is not mandatory that a tester must be from these particular back ground. And even if you are a BTech or BCA graduate and would like to pursue software testing, it is highly important you join a good software testing training institute and get advanced software testing training since you might not have been exposed to any testing fundamentals.
Though software testing is essentially a cost point, seeing how it is a cost to quality, development firms are insisting on rigorous testing to save money and time in later stages or maybe even after the sales of the software. Thus there is a huge opportunity for well-trained software testers. India has also become the go to place for software development and also software testing out sourcing, only increasing the demand for test designers, administrators, automation developer etc. further, with still no proper software testing course in colleges. QC More intends to make the most of this huge boost in demand and help many young aspirants to land their dream job through our advanced software testing training institute in Kochi. There are many software testing training courses in Kochi, but what sets us apart is our curriculum that is a perfect blend of theory and practice with lectures and live projects. We also provide a combination of manual training and automation software testing training, so as to equip you with all necessary skills demanded by the industry