WebDriver CAMP

CAMP – Career in Automation Master Program  –  launches on October 2, 2023

CAMP is a nine-week immersive test automation bootcamp designed to catapult you into the test automation industry. It combines intensive instructions in cutting-edge technologies with a guided startup environment to ensure you’re ready to hit the ground running in your next career move. With your enrollment in our program, your aspiration to become a test automation engineer will be channeled into an exciting journey of learning and growth.

Who is it for?
This program is designed for individuals with a foundational understanding of QA who are ready to take their skills to the next level by exploring the world of test automation.

Course Content
Over the 9 weeks, you will cover a broad spectrum of automation tools and technologies, including:

  • Web testing Automation tools: Selenium IDE, WebDriver
  • Framework/Cucumber/Gherkin
  • Git/GitHub/Version Control
  • WebElements, Locators
  • Java Basics
  • CI/CD: Jenkins/GitHub, creating quality gates
  • Using ChatGPT to produce test automation code
  • Interview Preparation

During CAMP you will:

  • Fully immerse yourself in a dynamic startup environment as a part of an automation team.
  • Gain expertise in crafting both “traditional” test cases and Cucumber scenarios with the Gherkin language.
  • Dive deep into test automation, covering all modern tools and high-demand skills.

Structure: You’ll engage in Scrum ceremonies, such as Daily Scrums, Planning, Review, Retrospective, and Backlog Refinement sessions. You’ll work in collaborative squads of 5-6 members, with each squad being responsible for test coverage of assigned features. All tasks will be assigned via Jira.

CAMP requires a minimum commitment of 25 hours per week to individual and squad tasks, excluding all-squad meetings with instructors. This may include some weekend time. For the first three weeks, meetings with instructors are arranged three to four times a week at 4 pm PST. Afterward, meetings are scheduled on Mondays and Thursdays at 7 pm PST.

To apply for CAMP, submit a self-introduction video, sharing your prior experience in testing and automation, and your motivation to participate in CAMP, or call us for a brief video interview.

CAMP costs $1,800 for students who studied at Portnov and $2,500 for non-members. After completing the program, you will have access to code repositories, slides, and meeting recordings.