The Complete Selenium WebDriver with Java Bootcamp

World-leading IT instructor introduces the Complete Selenium WebDriver with Java Bootcamp, empowering students to get ahead in their IT careers.

September 16, 2020 / / —

Nikolay Advolodkin is a seasoned IT professional with years of experience in this field. He has created one of the most popular boot camps online, offering students the chance to learn all about Selenium WebDriver and Java. Both of these technologies are leading the way in the IT world, with many professionals claiming it's essential to master them.

Students will have a chance to enjoy 35% off the course with a special sale taking place on September 24th. The sale will run for one single day, and the only way to take advantage of it is to acquire a unique discount code. Any student that signs up from September 8th will receive the 35% off promo code to use on the 24th.

A Complete Course For Students
The course aims to take students from a rookie-level all the way to an expert. It contains all the vital information required to learn how to create a production-ready framework in less than 60 minutes. SeleniumDriver with Java is the world's leading automation tool right now. As a result, companies around the world depend on it. Students looking for better job opportunities are given a chance to gain expertise in a field that will help them.

This course is split into thirteen different chapters, with each one focusing on a specific topic. There is also additional information at the end of the course for students to use. This includes key tips and career advice to help each student as they finish the boot camp.

Fuelled By Student Feedback
The Complete Selenium WebDriver with Java course is powered by students. While Nikolay Advolodkin created the course from scratch, he regularly asks for feedback from the students. People get to vote for new automation topics to be added to the course in the future.

Any student that signs up for the course and takes advantage of the 35% discount will receive lifetime access. This means they can keep referring back to the course and accessing any new learning materials that are uploaded. In total, there are over 20 hours of on-demand video for students to learn from, and a certificate of completion is awarded upon completion.

About Nikolay Advolodkin
Nikolay Advolodkin is the genius behind The Complete Selenium WebDriver with Java course. He's a seasoned IT professional, Test Automation Expert, and Quality Assurance Innovator, and has made multiple lists due to his expertise in this field. According to Udemy.com, Nikolay is currently one of the top Selenium WebDriver Instructors in the world today. He remains committed to providing a service that educates the masses and empowers students with the tools required to enhance their IT careers.

For more information on this course and the discount, please visit the website here: https://bit.ly/3lNeKkY. All press inquiries should be forwarded to Nikolay Advolodkin at info@ultimateqa.com.

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