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Web Services Coded UI Training in Mumbai

In this course we cover the Automation artifacts of Microsoft Testing Tool Coded UI/VSTS. The main focus of the course is to build an automation Testing solution by utilizing capabilities of Coded UI Test. Our main intent is to help individual to implement an END to END automation testing using Hand Coding. Key point covered but not limited to:

• Automation Fundamentals
• C # Programming
• Hand Coding in Coded UI
• Framework Development
• Automation using Object Oriented Design
• Test Management thru MTM and TFS
• Result Reporting and Automated Email Alerts

Address- A503, Marve Manor CHS LTD, Kharodi, Jankalyan Nagar, Off Marve Road,
Malad (W), Mumbai – 400 095, Maharashtra, India

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  2. CEOs of Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon were called before the US Senate Judiciary Committee to give testimony to lawmakers considering substantial revisions to antitrust laws. Yet despite a 5-hour hearing, conducted using some of the very same software which is at the root of these issues, little headway was made.

    It’s easy to focus, like these hearings, on the specific objectionable purposes for which the software these companies are involved with has been used. Specific actions have caused specific harms, and we understand the importance of talking about that and potentially taking or requiring remedial actions. However, it is imperative that we not stop there. We must go deeper, and expose the fact that it is the very way our predominant proprietary software culture and legal regimes operate – giving software companies immense power over users – which will inevitably lead to recurring specific problems until addressed.

    Attempting to address the problem of monolithic corporations like the ones in question, and their control over the digital sphere, will fail without addressing the issue at the core of their exploitation of users: proprietary software, or software that does not respect its users’ freedom. The terms of use and distribution for software are by no means the only issue, but they are central to many of the issues causing public concern. We’ve been waiting for follow-up coverage to acknowledge the conspicuous absence of discussion about our rights as users to control the software we use, but it has not happened. This is evidence that the Free Software Foundation, the free software movement, and anyone else concerned with ending the dystopian control tech companies have achieved over our lives, have our work cut out for us.

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