Announcing DevMountain’s Software QA Online Course

In 2017 we announced our Software Quality Assurance Immersive Course. The course experienced great success, and over the year we have seen a growing demand for software QA engineers.

Now, with software QA being one of our most successful courses, we are excited to announce that we are offering the course online!

“QA has been a great success with our immersive students,” says AJ Larson, Lead QA Instructor at DevMountain. “But, there are a lot of people who want to learn a new skill set and don’t have time to commit to a full-time program. So, we decided to launch our online program to provide the same opportunity to anyone who can’t quit their job to come out full time.”

AJ Larson, Lead QA Instructor at DevMountain

Our new Software QA Online Course will be a 10-week program. Students can expect to learn everything they need to know in order to get their quality assurance certification. You’ll learn things like how to run manual test cases, the basics of the most important coding languages today, how to share bad news, ways to run effective testing reports, and more!

Throughout the course you will also have regular check ins with AJ Larson, our Lead QA Instructor, and will have frequent access to mentors who can teach you new concepts and ways to make it through the course successfully.

Interested in learning more about our new Software QA Online Course? Visit our website to learn more and request the course syllabus!

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