So, my journey continues… This one was big and interesting and took a little while to complete. But it gave me a good boost in understanding OOP concepts. And overall Java applications structure. Definitely a good one. I can recommend this one to anybody.
So, recently I decided to start learning Java! This sounds like a good thing to have an Automation testing skills nowadays. I do automation testing for Windows applications but this is a very specific thing. And for web automation the most common language would be Java. That’s why I chose that one.
There’s an amazing course available for Java learners at Lynda.com Here
Some completion certs earned on the way to Java Programmer!
This weekend, I discovered an e-mail from the Codeschool in my Promotions mail box, it said: Free weekend at the Codeschool. So, I decided to take this opportunity and refresh my SQL skills. I took two courses and passed them successfully.
Here are my completion badges:
Thanks to the Codeschool.com for this opportunity. I must say, those two courses were the best I’ve ever taken so far.
Direct links to those courses:
I started to learn Python about a month ago, and today I asked my fellow student at BBST Foundations course if he could recommend any good books to learn Python. He’s an experienced Python programmer. So, he gave me a great list of books. I wish to keep that list for myself and share it with others:
– Effective Python (more advanced)
– Learning Python, 5th Edition – very comprehensive and deep going introduction
– Programming Python, 4th Edition
– Python Testing Cookbook (2011) – nice for testing
– Test-Driven Development with Python – also very interesting book but requires more knowledge of Python
– Testing Python – good for Unit tests, BDD and TDD programming approaches
– Learning Python the Hard Way -> http://learnpythonthehardway.org/ very fast way to get basic knowledge
– 100 Python Programming Exercises – good for practice https://github.com/zhiwehu/Python-programming-exercises/blob/master/100%2B%20Python%20challenging%20programming%20exercises.txt
– Project Euler – more practice more mathematical exercises – https://projecteuler.net/