Software Testing

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27/02/2014
What I would highlight Good management related learning.

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Would you recommend this course? Yes.
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27/02/2014
What I would highlight Good management related learning.

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26/02/2014
What I would highlight Good; too much info training in just 2 days . Trainer was excellent.

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26/02/2014
What I would highlight Good; too much info training in just 2 days . Trainer was excellent.

What could be improved Nothing

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19/02/2014
What I would highlight ery informative training.

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19/02/2014
What I would highlight ery informative training.

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What you'll learn on the course

Testing

Course programme

MySQL and PHP Fundamentals
  • MySQL And PHP Fundamentals
    • 1.1 MySQL An Introduction
    • 1.2 Create Database
    • 1.3 Inserting Data
    • 1.4 SQL Injection
    • 1.5 Select Queries Part 1
    • 1.6 Select Queries Part 2
  • PHP and MySQLi Database Integration
    • Module 1 - Introduction
      • 1.1 Introduction
    • Module 2 - Database Integration
      • 2.1 Database
      • 2.2 Connecting
      • 2.3 Getting Results
      • 2.4 Updating And Deleting
      • 2.5 Inserting Records
      • 2.6 Binding
    • Module 3 - Example Application
      • 3.1 Example Application
    • Module 4 - The Singleton Pattern
      • 4.1 Singleton Part 1
      • 4.2 Singleton Part 2
  • PHP Object Oriented Programming
    • Section 1 - Introduction To PHP Object Oriented Programming
      • 1.1 PHP Object Oriented Programming
    • Section 2 - Understanding And Using Classes, Methods And Properties
      • 2.1 Methods And Properties
      • 2.2 Using Static Properties And Methods
      • 2.3 Constructor Method
      • 2.4 Class Constants
      • 2.5 Extending A Class
      • 2.6 Protecting Methods And Properties
      • 2.7 Scope Resolution Operator
    • Section 3 - OOP Exercise Create A Calculator
      • 3.1 Create A Calculator
    • Section 4 - OOP Exercise Working With MySQL Database
      • 4.1 Part 1
      • 4.2 Part 2
      • 4.3 Part 3
  • PHP Object Oriented Programming - Build a Login System
    • Section 1 - Introduction
      • 1.1 Introduction
    • Section 2 - Database Setup
      • 2.1 Directories
    • Section 3 - Building a PHP OOP Registration and Login System
      • 3.1 Maerkup
      • 3.2 Building Tables
      • 3.3 Database Wrapper
      • 3.4 Authenticating
      • 3.5 Validation
  • Understanding HTML5 Input Types
    • Understanding HTML5 Input Types
      • 1.1 Introduction
      • 1.2 Search
      • 1.3 Email
      • 1.4 URLs
      • 1.5 Tel
      • 1.6 Numbers
      • 1.7 Range
      • 1.8 Date
      • 1.9 Month
      • 1.10 Week
      • 1.11 Time
      • 1.12 Color
      • 1.13 Turning Off Automatic Validation
      • 1.14 Use Them Today
  • Understanding PHP Data Objects
    • Section 1 - Introduction
      • 1.1 Introduction
    • Section 2 - Understanding PHP Data Objects (PDO)
      • 2.1 Understanding PHP Data Objects (PDO)
      • 2.2 Affected Row Count
      • 2.3 Binding Values to Queries
      • 2.4 Error Detection
      • 2.5 Returning The Last Inserted ID
    • Section 3 - Conclusion
      • 3.1 Conclusion

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