Learn Software Testing from Scratch - A Comprehensive Course .

Master software testing with our comprehensive course at Shiva Concept Solution. From manual testing to automation using Selenium and Appium, our expert-led program equips you with essential skills, including test planning, case design, and defect identification, ensuring you excel in various testing types and tools

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Learning Path

Practical Training

We provide training by code-snippet with modern tools,focus on code learning, code logics then explain theroratical part. learn to code by real-time developers with complete practical content.it's like learning to ride a bike by actually riding one.



Project Development

In project development, you will create a live project from scratch with the help of an instructor and develop individual project modules using the Agile Model. Our guides will assist you every step of the way so that you can showcase real projects that make you stand out in the digital world.

Interview Preparation

It's not just about coding; we will also coach you on how to confidently present your technical skills during HR interviews, how to handle tricky technical questions, and even master behavioral interviews. We conduct multiple rounds of mock interviews to prepare you to excel in modern interview scenarios.


Full Stack Software-Testing Developer Course FAQs

Software testing verifies that a program or application functions as intended, identifying errors or bugs to ensure a high-quality final product.

Testing methods include Unit Testing (individual components), Integration Testing (combined components), Functional Testing (requirements validation), Performance Testing (system responsiveness), and User Acceptance Testing (end-user validation).

Manual testing involves human testers executing test cases, while automated testing uses scripts and tools to expedite and repeat test processes, improving efficiency.

A test case is a documented set of conditions, variables, or steps to determine if a particular aspect of a software application functions as intended.

Regression testing ensures that new code changes do not adversely affect existing functionalities, maintaining overall software stability during the development lifecycle.