Earlier software developers write the code and testers tested it (using the black/white box testing method) for quality assurance purposes, which is not sufficient in the current digital world. Today’s IT industry has acknowledged that there is a need for rigorous Software testing and is now in need of professionals in engineering roles like SDET (Software Development Engineer in Test).
SDET (Software Development Engineer in Test) by DevLabs Alliance maintains a team of skilled professionals, who are adept in the area of quality engineering as well as Software Development. SDET engineers are high in demand, as most organizations are moving towards an engineering culture. The software testing industry is under transformation and testers, automation engineers, and quality engineers have been transforming into Certified SDET (Software Development Engineer in Test) roles by attending SDET Professional Course by DevLabs Alliance to offer their best to the IT industry of Software Development.
The Certified SDET(Software Development Engineer in Test) Professional Course by DevLabs Alliance is designed by the best of industry experts from the software development and automation testing industry to give you in-depth knowledge of the software development and testing ecosystem tools.
The certified SDET Professional course by DevLab Alliance is designed in such a way that you can become an SDET Professional in a short span of time. You will learn Core Java, Advanced Java (JSP, Servlet, and Servers), Selenium Web Driver, BDD/ATDD, DevOps, CI/CD pipeline, Apache Maven, TestNG, JUnit, Git, Jenkins, REST APIs automation, Database automation testing and automation frameworks.
Key Features of Certified SDET Professional Course
- 100 hours of blended practical oriented training cum workshop
- Certification Guidance
- Flexible Schedule
- Project Support
- Placement Assistance
- CV Building
- Each session followed by exercise and Project Work
- Industry-specific project implementation
- Doubt Clearing and Technical Support
- Job Posting
- Mock Interview and Tips
Training for SDET Professional Course
|Individual Classroom Learning||Corporate Training Solutions|
|Instructor-led Practical Oriented Training||Face 2 Face Interactive Practical Oriented training|
|Flexible Schedule||Learn as per full day schedule with discussions and exercises|
|Recorded Sessions will be available within 24 hours||Doubt Clear sessions|
|Technical Support||Completely Customizable course content and schedule based on your need|
|Certification Guidance Provided||Certification Guidance Provided|
|Case studies and Use cases implementations|
Who should take the Certified SDET Professional course?
- Automation engineers
- Quality Engineers
- Any individual who wants to be a Certified SDET Professional
What you’ll learn from Certified SDET Professional course
Certified SDET (Software Development Engineer in Test) Professional course by DevLabs Alliance is a comprehensive online course with duration of 100 hours where DevLab Alliance’s experienced trainers will teach you about Core Java, Advance Java, Web Development – HTML, Spring Framework, JSP, Servlet, JDBC, Oracle/MySql, Junit/TestNG, Introduction to GIT, DevOps – Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment using Jenkins, API Testing, Cucumber, BDD/ATDD and Designing of Automation Framework. You will learn all these concepts with hands on experience in one of Live Project.
Creating Next Gen Engineers!
Certified SDET Professional Course Certification
SDET Professional Certified Professionals by DevLabs Alliance work with global organizations like Accenture, Optum, Capgemini, Cognizant, TCS, Wipro, IBM, Sapient, Nucleus, Oracle, Expedia, etc.
To unlock DevLabs Alliance’s certification, you have to complete and submit the use case assignments provided during the course, then assignments submitted by you will be evaluated by DevLabs Alliance’s team of SDET experts and practitioners. Your result will be shared after assessment and certification will be awarded accordingly.
Why you should take this course from DevLabs Alliance
|Features||DevLabs Alliance||Other Training Providers|
|Classroom Session||✔ Interactive Classes room session with Extensive hands-on||Instructor-led, no hands-on|
|Access to Recorded Videos||✔||✔|
|Support Post Session||✔||✗|
|Case Studies Discussion||✔||✗|
Certified SDET Professional Course and Training in other cities
Bangalore, Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Pune, Melbourne, Chicago, Hyderabad, San Francisco, London, New York, Toronto, Los Angeles, Pune, Singapore, Houston, Dubai, India, Sydney, Jersey, and San Jose
Overview of Automation Testing
- What is Software Testing? Types of Software Testing?
- Challenges in Manual testing
- How does Automation Overcome challenges in Manual testing?
- How do Automation tools work and what Tools for Automation Testing?
- How important is Programming in Automation Testing?
- What is Selenium? What are the components of Selenium?
- What are the Advantages & Disadvantages of Selenium WebDriver?
Java Essentials and Environment Setup
- Introduction to Java
- Difference between JDK, JRE, and JVM
- Downloading and Installing Java
- Downloading and Installing Eclipse
- What is IDE?
- How to install IDE?
- How to write a Basic Java program?
- Understanding console output
- Java Variables and Data Types
- Java Operators
- Conditional statements – if, if else, switch case
- Loops – while, do while, for
- Jumping statement – break and continue
- String Class
- String methods
Core Java Programming/OOPs Concepts
- Classes and Objects
- Arithmetic Operators & Concatenation operators
- Conditional & Decision Making
- Single Dimensional Array
- Loops (For, While)
- Java Constructors
- Java methods
- Passing parameters to the methods
- Call by value and call by reference
- Function Return Types
- Exception Handling
- Data Hiding
- Method Overloading & Constructor Overloading
- Method Overriding
- Abstract class
- Java Packages
- Access Modifiers
- Data conversion functions
- Reading Input from the keyboard
- Super/This Keywords
- Final/Finally/Finalize Keywords
- Concept of Garbage Collector and System.gc
- Wrapper Classes
- String Manipulation
- Collections Basics (Array List, HashMap, Set, Hashtable)
- How to use Eclipse
- How to run, stop, and pause the Program
- Debugging in Eclipse
- Understanding console output
- Understanding break points and Watch Variables
- Learn to find errors from Problem Windows and Console
Selenium WebDriver Interface
- The architecture of Selenium WebDriver
- Understand WebDriver Interface
- WebElement Interface
- Launching Browsers e.g. Firefox/Chrome/Safari/Edge
Browser & Navigation Commands
- How to launch a browser?
- Create your first script using Webdriver
- Navigate to URL
- Verify Page title
- get the Page Source
- Difference between Close & Quit
- Navigate Back & Forward
- Refresh Page
- Other ways of Navigating to a specific Page
- Difference between FindElement & FindElements
- Enter & Clear text from the Input field
- Click Action and How to Click action work differently on different elements
- Managing Input fields, Buttons & Links
- Finding all links on the Page
- Select More than one object from a page
- Selecting Objects from a specific area of a web page
- Check if the element is Present, Displayed, Enabled, or Selected
Locators in Selenium
- What are Locators?
- Introduction to HTML basics
- HTML language tags and attributes
- Identify ID, Name, Xpath, CSS from HTML Code
- Difference between Absolute & Complete Xpath
- Finding your first element
- WebElement Commands
- Element Inspector in Mozilla, Chrome, and Edge
- Element locator tool for Firefox (Firebug)
- Various HTML locator strategies
- Developer Tools in Chrome to find Xpath
- Selection of Effective XPath
- Managing Dynamic objects/ids on the page
Tables, Checkboxes & Radio buttons
- Find table rows and columns
- Extracting values from a cell
- Dynamically Identify Tables Data
- Select class in Selenium
- Drop Down Handle
- Select multiple values from the list
- Select & Unselect operations by Index, Value & Visible Text
Selenium Waits, Alert & Switch Windows
- Implicit and Explicit Waits
- Expected Conditions with Waits
- Page Load Timeout & Set Script Timeout property
- Implement wait by Thread Sleep
- Concept of Fluent Wait in Selenium
- Strategy to poll for an object
- WebDriverWait and its uses
- Various WaitUntil Conditions
- Handle Ajax-based components
- Various Ways to handle Simple, Confirmation & Prompt Alert
- Difference between Window Handle & Handles
- Switching & Closing Windows, Tabs & PopUps
- Concept of window ID
- Extracting window IDs with a Selenium Object reference
- What is Action Class?
- What can we do with Action Class?
- Mouse Hover & Mouse Movement with Action
- Finding Coordinates of a Web Object
- Drag and Drop Action
- Click and SendKeys using Actions Class
Advance UI Scenarios:
- Manage Ajax components
- Manage Complex Calendars
- How to Scroll Web page
- Handle WebTable with Paginations
- Manage infinite Page Loading like infinite page scrolling on Twitter, Facebook, shopping web apps
- Complex ShadowDOM, SVG Elements
- Complex Frames/iFrames
- Complex Psuedo Elements
- Page Wait for use cases
- Element Wait use cases
- How to Capture Screenshots
- How to work with Cookies
- Headless Browser Testing
- SSL Certificates Error Handling
- Introduction to TestNG
- Benefits and Features of TestNG
- Configure TestNG in Project
- How to write TestNG Test case
- Understanding testng.xml
- TestNG Report
- How to Prioritizing tests
- Annotations in TestNG – @Test, @BeforeTest, @AfterTest, @BeforeSuite, @Parameters
- How to Skip tests
- How to Group tests
- How to Parameterize tests
- Parallel testing
- Data Provider
- Invocation Count
- TestNG Listeners
Extent Reports, Log4j2 & Page Object Model
- How To Generate Extent Reports
- Log4j2 for logging
- Page Object Model Pattern – Page Factory
Maven integration with Selenium
- What is Maven and what Features of Maven?
- Installing/Configuring Maven
- Creating Maven Project
- Understanding POM.xml
- How To Add Dependencies to pom.xml
- How To Add plugins to pom.xml
Automation Framework (End to end Project)
- What is Automation Framework?
- Why do we need an Automation Framework?
- Types of Automation Frameworks
- What is Data Driven Framework
- What is Hybrid Framework
- What is Page Object Model Design Pattern with Non-Page Factory (By Locators) with OOP concepts
Hybrid Framework with POM – Live Project on E-Commerce Domain
- Introduction and Component of Frameworks
- Phases in Designing Framework
- Step by Step Implementation of Hybrid Driven Framework
- Creating Maven Project
- Update pom.xml with dependencies
- Creating page objects and Object repository
- Creating utilities
- Setting up configuration files
- Creating automation test cases
- Creating data-driven test cases
- Creating database test cases
- Generating extent reports
- Generating logs using log4j2
- Execute test scripts using TestNG XML File
- Running tests with different Test Data
- Generating the HTML reports : Extent Report,TestNG Report
- Emailing test reports
Cucumber BDD framework Basics
- What is BDD(behavior Driven Development)?
- What tools are required to implement BDD?
- Introduction to Cucumber
- How to download Cucumber?
- Install Cucumber Eclipse Plugin
- Configure Eclipse with Cucumber
- What are Feature Files?
- How to create Feature File?
- How to execute Feature Files?
- What is Gherkinization?
- What is Step Definition?
- How to generate Glu code/Step Definitions?
- Data Driven Testing in Cucumber
- What are Cucumber Tags?
- Background in Cucumber
- Data Tables in Cucumber
- Overview of DevOps
- Relationship between Agile and DevOps
- CI/CD Pipeline
- DevOps Toolchain
- Overview of DevOps tools
- Overview of GIT
- GIT Installation
- Create GIT Account
- GIT Lifecycle
- GIT Integration with Eclipse
- My First Code Check-in to GIT
- GIT PULL Request Process (PR, Merge Request)
- GIT CheckOut
- GIT Branching (Local branching Concept)
- GIT Clone
- GIT Commit
- GIT Push, Fetch & Pull Commands
- GIT Update
- GIT Delete
- GIT Stash
- What is Jenkins?
- How to install Jenkins?
- Create your first job in Jenkins
- Create Pipeline using Jenkins
- How do integrate Smoke, System, and Regression test in CI/CD pipeline?
- Integrating your project with Jenkins
- Introduction to API Testing
- Why is API testing important?
- What are Web Services?
- Understanding the REST API architecture
- Understanding the GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE requests
Web Development (Self-Paced)
- Basics of HTML
- Form Elements
- Web Servers
- Basic design Patterns
Spring Framework (Self-Paced)
- Introduction to Java Frameworks
- Most Popular Java Frameworks
- What is Spring Framework?
- Why use Spring?
- Advantages of Spring Framework
- How does Spring works?
- Dependency Injection
- Aspect Oriented Programming – AOP
- Spring Architecture
- Spring Modules
- Introduction to MySQL
- Create Database
- Drop Database
- Select Database
- Create Table
- Insert Query
- Select Query
- Delete Query
- Joins and more queries
Where the Training is scheduled?
At present DevLabs Alliance offers SDET(Software Development Engineering in Test) Training courses in Delhi/NCR, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Pune. However, the domestic and international participants not living in the above-mentioned cities can acquire the certification through our unique Online Training Mode
Shall I get any certificate after completion of the Certified SDET(Software Development Engineering in Test) Professional Course?
Yes, once your assessment process is complete then the certificate will be awarded to you
What is the full form of SDET?
SDET stands for Software Development Engineer in Test.
What is the difference between SDET and a Tester?
SDET is highly skilled resource with development as well as testing skills, on the other hand tester is involved in preparing and executing the test cases either manually or by automation. Moreover Testers are resources with limited programming skills and they are much focused on functional testing (black box testing) whereas SDETs are skilled resources with good programming skills and do the job of tester (white box testing) as well as developer in test automation. SDET can participate in test automation tool development and may make it for generic use. Testers are not expected to develop test automation tools, they may use these test automation tool to perform the testing required for their software application or project.
What is the difference between SDET and an automation engineer?
SDET tests and critiques software components and interfaces in more technical depth, writes test programs to assure quality, and develops test tools to increase effectiveness whereas an Automation Engineer normally uses tools for doing functional testing which do not require any technical knowledge.
How to become SDET engineer?
To become a successful SDET, one should be involved in both the development of application as well as in testing of the software developed. SDET plays an important role in both the Software Development Life Cycle as well as Test Life Cycle. SDET engineer plans, designs, develops, optimizes as well as test the code using automation. SDET can think about the probabilities the application code can fail and design his test framework accordingly to ensure robustness of the product. SDET needs to understand the complete flow of the code about how it interacts with all other components and can write his own code for creating speciality test tools for automation. To become a successful SDET, one should possess excellent debugging skills in order to find out the reasons behind the failure of test cases, inefficient code, memory leakages etc., in order to improve the quality of the code. SDET should be able to create a report of all his testing activities which will help in tracking all the task.
What are the Roles and Responsibilities of SDET?
SDET is a mix of developer as well as tester who has exposure to project management, interacts and understands end user software requirements, knows product or domain knowledge, participates in product or software designing, knows how to code and build test automation tools. Roles and Responsibilities of SDET includes the following:- Participating in Design and Architectural discussion – Capability of building, deploying and managing own environment and test automation framework – Developing automation code for the application and maintaining the same – Ensuring maximum unit test code coverage – Able to build different test scenarios and acceptance tests – Write the automation code for himself and should have excellent debugging skills
In prior days, the software engineer used to write the code and the tester was compelled to test it for quality. Today companies are searching for an expert who can partake in software development. We are just shifting from a pure manual testing to a more technical reality of testing a product. SDET is a software tester with expertise on writing code. SDET isn’t only a test professional with advanced level programming skills, yet a professional who can create testing frameworks and tools to help the manual testing process. So the companies are hiring SDET who can work for designing the testing system or high-performance code. SDETs, with their dual capacities in the domain of performing tests and also the code development are an incredible fit in today’s’ advanced age. They help to enhance the Code Quality by performing strict and complete source code inspections alongside checking for the Testability of the code.
What are future prospects of SDET?
The industry today has awakened to the fact that testing is actually more important than programming. Testing apps requires a bigger budget for tools and resources compared to programming. Every organization today is hunting for the best possible talent. Earlier software developers used to write code and testers checked it for quality. This won’t suffice today. Software Development Engineer in Test (SDETs) are skilled professionals who are adept in the arena of both QA Engineering and Software Development.
What if I missed one of my sessions of the Certfied SDET (Software Development Engineer in Test) Professional course?
We arrange some extra time so that you can align yourself with the ongoing class.
What is the refund policy?
For Virtual Instructor-Led (IVLT) training:
You are requested to raise the refund request within 7 days of the beginning of the first batch in which you are eligible to attend. Refund/Money back does not apply in any other condition, except the batch is cancelled by DevLabs Alliance due to instructor unavailability insufficient enrollments, or forced measures(like floods, earthquakes, national/global pandemic, political instability, etc.). However, the learner can choose to join another batch of the same training/course after discussing with DevLabs Alliance management.
For refund conditions, please refer to the “Refund” section below.
For Classroom Training
We may need to postpone/cancel an event because of many reasons, such as insufficient enrollments, instructor unavailability, or force majeure events (like floods, earthquakes, political instability, etc). For refund conditions, please refer to the “Refund” section below.
For Refund(applicable for IVLT and Classroom training)
If we cancel an event, 100 percent of training/course fees will be refunded to the learner.
If a cancellation is done by an attendee, 7 days (or more) before the batch begins, a total of 10% of the total paid fee will be deducted and the remaining amount will be refunded to the learner.
If a cancellation is done by a learner within 7 days (or less) of the start of the batch or after attending a maximum of 2 classes, 25% of the total paid fee will be deducted and the remaining amount will be refunded to the learner.
Refund requests can be initiated by sending emails to the DevLabs Alliance team at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Refund request usually takes 3-4 working days to get approved by Finance and then 10-15 working days to get the payment back into the source account of the learner.
What will I get after each session?
By the end of each session you will get a recording of each class. You can access these recordings any time, distribution of these recordings without DevLabs Alliance`s permission is not allowed. Assignments will also be provided as per planned syllabus.
What if I will not be able to attend the training?
You can choose any upcoming training and we can accommodate you in that.
Is my certificate valid for one year?
No, your certificate will be valid for life time.Shall I get any certificate after completion of this course? Yes, once your assessment process is complete then certificate will be awarded to you.
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