No expensive courses, complicated learning curves or big commitments. No blogging, or referral networking, or selling stuff online. You are acquiring a high value skill and working with tech companies.
The reality is we as women have a huge advantage in the tech world
as we head into 2020 and beyond.
We’re women. We’re awesome.
We’re meticulous about details.
And tech companies NEED to diversify their workforces and include more women.
Period. Non-negotiable. The tech sausagefest situation is rapidly changing in our favor ladies.
“Your advantage is also knowing that tech companies would rather hire a fiery, motivated woman like you, with basic tech skills, than someone with more technical knowledge and a shittier attitude.”
Founder of ILoveMyQA
What tech skill to get? Where do I learn it?
Is it too expensive? Am I alone here?!
Babe! 7 years ago I was crying in my bathroom asking the same questions. Now, I run my own tech company with clients and staff around the world.
Now I'm taking a small group of women under my wings.
How to get the unique tech skill that called QA.
How to land a tech job with it.
How to go remote.
How to travel the world safely.
About Being a Quality Assurance Engineer
Noticing the little things that are wrong.
Testing everyday to break something apart.
Write down bugs and assign it for fixing.
Buying this knowledge + training program you get:
Support via Facebook group to address your specific questions and learn from others as well.
2 video trainings you can fit around your schedule every week over the course of 2 months + written materials.
Lots of practice on real projects with home assignments.
By the end of the training you'll be certified by ILoveMyQA and have our company as a reference for your resume and work experience on a real live project.
What we'll be learning.
What is testing
Software Development Life Cycle
What can a product do?
Practice: drawing a map of product features!
Positive and negative testing
Test cases: what it is, how to write, when to use
Checklists: how do they differ from cases, how to write them, what tools to use
Test documentation toolkit
Practice: we write test cases and check lists!
What is test design?
Practice: expanding checklists with new knowledge!
Workflow of errors: what happens? What depends on what, how to adjust?
Error localization: how to find the root of evil?
Formulation of errors: how to communicate effectively?
Bug tracking tools: Jira, Trello, Asana
Communication tool: Slack
Practice: we register errors in BTS! (bug tracking system)
Differences between exploratory, ad hoc and monkey-testing
How to test a product for which there is no documentation?
Cheat lists and test tours
By purpose (object)
By performers (subject)
By degree of automation
By system status
ISO 9126, ISO 25010 and real life
Performance and load
Practice: developing a strategy for non-functional testing!
Practice: writing a use case!
Processes in different companies: big corporations, startups, outsourcing companies
Script and research testing: how to choose and how to combine
Manual and automated testing: when to use
Search for interesting jobs
Practice: developing the testing process of your dreams!
What are the growth opportunities in testing
What is required from testers of different levels
What is the most important thing to learn
How to get the necessary experience for the first job
Practical task: create a self-development plan for the year
How to write a resume, have a killer LinkedIn profile and online presence
How to search for a dream job
What to write in a cover letter
How to prepare for an interview
Secrets of HOW to nail your interview and land the job
“Margarita streightfully changed my life. The things she told me were so easy to follow. Now I’ve found the job I wanted. Thank you so much!”