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Quality Assurance Internships

Salesforce Developer Internship
Salesforce Developer Internship
Salesforce Developer Internship

Explore Quality Assurance and Test Automation internship opportunities for all ages with Wise Quarter. Gain hands-on experience in manual, exploratory, and automated testing activities while collaborating in Continuous Integration environments. Kickstart your QA career with our comprehensive programs designed to build a strong foundation and prepare you for the industry. Join Wise Quarter today and take the first step towards becoming a quality assurance expert!

Duration

2 Months

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The course starts on
July 19, 2024 Turkish

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Quality Assurance Internships

Why Choose a QA Internship?

Real-World Experience
A QA internship offers hands-on experience in a real-world setting. You won’t just learn from textbooks; you’ll work on live projects. This experience is invaluable, providing insights that classroom learning can't.
Skill Development
During a QA internship, you'll develop crucial skills. These include attention to detail, problem-solving, and familiarity with testing tools. You'll also learn to think from a user’s perspective, which is essential for effective testing.
Networking Opportunities
Interning at a reputable company exposes you to industry professionals. Building a network early in your career can open doors to future job opportunities. Plus, mentors and colleagues can offer guidance and support.

Salesforce Developer Internship Course Curriculum

Curriculum for the first lesson. Put whatever you like to be here that the visitors see.

  • Core Java
  • Selenium
  • Selenium Grid
  • Jenkins
  • Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • Application Programming Interface (API)
  • SQL
  • JDBC
  • HTML – CSS
  • Jira Xray
  • Appium
  • Git – GitHub
  • Mentoring
  • Lambda *
  • Basic JavaScript and Cypress *
  • 1 Sprint : 2 Weeks

  • 2 Sprint : 4 Weeks

Schedule

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Monday1 PM - 4 PMOnline Lesson
Tuesday1 PM - 4 PMOnline Lesson
Wednesday1 PM - 4 PMOnline Lesson
Thursday1 PM - 4 PMOnline Lesson
Friday1 PM - 4 PMOnline Lesson
Saturday1 PM - 4 PMOnline Lesson
Sunday1 PM - 4 PMOnline Lesson

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Quality Assurance Internships FAQ

A QA intern focuses on ensuring that software or products meet established quality standards. Their responsibilities often include:
– Manual Testing: Conducting tests to identify bugs and issues.
– Automated Testing: Writing and running automated test scripts.
– Documentation: Documenting test cases, procedures, and results.
– Bug Reporting: Reporting and tracking defects using bug tracking tools.
– Collaboration: Working closely with development teams to resolve issues.

An assurance intern typically works in a broader context of financial or business assurance, focusing on compliance and risk management. Their tasks usually include:
– Audit Support: Assisting in internal and external audits.
– Compliance Checks: Ensuring processes and products comply with relevant standards and regulations.
– Data Analysis: Analyzing data to identify potential risks or areas for improvement.
– Documentation: Preparing reports and maintaining accurate records.
– Process Improvement: Suggesting improvements to enhance efficiency and compliance.

A QC intern is responsible for the inspection and testing of products to ensure they meet quality standards. Key duties include:
– Product Inspection: Inspecting raw materials and finished products.
– Testing: Conducting tests to identify defects or deviations from specifications.
– Record-Keeping: Maintaining detailed records of inspections and tests.
– Reporting: Reporting defects and collaborating with manufacturing teams to address issues.
– Quality Standards: Ensuring products meet specified quality standards before release.

A quality systems intern focuses on the systematic processes that ensure quality standards are met across the organization. Responsibilities may include:
– System Audits: Conducting internal audits to ensure compliance with quality management systems.
– Process Documentation: Documenting processes and procedures related to quality management.
– Continuous Improvement: Identifying areas for process improvement and implementing changes.
– Training Support: Assisting in the development and delivery of quality training programs.
– Regulatory Compliance: Ensuring that the organization complies with industry standards and regulations.

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