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JobEasy

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JobEasy

Avg Rating:4.75 ( 17 reviews )

JobEasy offers online coding bootcamps in QA Automation and DevOps. JobEasy’s bootcamps include a built-in internship, resume development and interview prep, so bootcamp graduates are eligible to land mid-level tech positions.

The 12-week DevOps bootcamp curriculum covers Linux, HashiCorp products, FS structures and permissions, directories, text processors, executable binaries and scripts, public cloud platforms, cloud basics, continuous integration, continuous delivery, and CI tools. 

In the 15-week QA Automation bootcamp, students learn Python, OOP, PyCharm, Selenium WebDriver, GitHub, and Git. QA Automation students will learn window handling, basic algorithms, test data separation, page object pattern, and expected conditions library.  

JobEasy offers an income share agreement where students only pay an admission fee ($799) and tuition is waived until they are hired. If students do not find employment after bootcamp graduation, the tuition fee is waived. 

JobEasy students receive 1:1 support and mentoring, including after bootcamp completion. Students also receive career services to prepare for job interviews. Career services may include resume preparation, LinkedIn profile creation, job market skills and hacks, analysis of the job market in the student’s area, and how to answer interview questions.

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    • DevOps

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      Linux, Scrum, Agile, Cloud Computing, Quality Assurance Testing
      OnlinePart Time9 Hours/week12 Weeks
      Start Date January 25, 2021
      Cost$799
      Class size100
      LocationOnline
      The JobEasy DevOps bootcamp is 12 weeks. Bootcamp students will learn Linux, Virtual Box, and GCP Cloud Shell. Bootcamp students will learn FS structures and permissions, directories, text processors, and executable binaries & scripts. DevOps students will learn Processlist, Kernel & Userspace, Fork, and PID. Students will learn SCM, Agile, Scrum, and Waterfall in DevOps. Students will learn public cloud platforms, cloud basics, CM, and Chef/Puppet/Ansible. Bootcamp students will also learn continuous integration, continuous delivery, and CI tools. Students will learn HashiCorp products such as Terraform, Vault, Consul, Nomad, Vagrant, YAML/JSON, and ELK.
      Financing
      DepositN/A
      Tuition PlansIncome Share Agreement available.
      Refund / GuaranteeIf students do not find employment, the tuition fee is waived. However, the registration fee is non-refundable.
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      Minimum Skill LevelN/A
      Placement TestNo
      InterviewYes
      More Start Dates
      January 25, 2021 - Online Apply by January 25, 2021
    • QA Automation

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      Git, Algorithms, Python, Quality Assurance Testing
      OnlinePart Time9 Hours/week15 Weeks
      Start Date January 17, 2021
      Cost$799
      Class sizeN/A
      LocationOnline
      The JobEasy QA Automation bootcamp is a total of 15 weeks: 5 weeks for the first bootcamp lesson followed by 10 weeks of intensive online training. Students will be prepared for jobs as Test Automation Engineers. Bootcamp students will learn Python, OOP, PyCharm, Selenium WebDriver, Behave, GitHub, and Git. QA Automation students will learn window handling, test data separation, page object pattern, and expected conditions library. Bootcamp students will learn basic algorithms and Big O: Fibonacci. Students will learn popular interview algorithm tests such as Array Pair Sum, Largest Continuous Sum, String Compression, and Unique Characters in a String. Finally, QA Automation bootcamp students will learn sorting, merge sort, quick sort, and bubble sort.
      Financing
      DepositN/A
      Tuition PlansIncome Share Agreement is available.
      Refund / GuaranteeIf students do not find employment, the tuition fee is waived. However, the registration fee is non-refundable.
      Getting in
      Minimum Skill LevelN/A
      Placement TestNo
      InterviewYes
      More Start Dates
      January 17, 2021 - Online Apply by January 17, 2021
    • QA Manual

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      Python, Quality Assurance Testing
      OnlinePart Time12 Hours/week4 Weeks
      Start Date January 17, 2021
      Cost$799
      Class sizeN/A
      LocationOnline
      4-week intensive online training will help you develop technical and communication skills for a successful career in QA. Live classes are weekly Sunday to Thursday 9:30–11:30 PM Eastern. After each lesson students get handouts and recording. 1:1 support and mentoring. Students can ask questions during the lessons or after them. Even after the course is over. We will make your resume and post it on job sites with proper keywords so you could get tons of calls from recruiters. You will learn how to search for a job effectively, answer interview questions and significantly increase chances of getting hired. Study first, pay us later. No student loans, no debt, and you won't pay a tuition until you land a job making at least $50k a year.
      Financing
      DepositN/A
      Refund / GuaranteeThe first lesson is completely free. After that, make no up-front payments except the registration fee, then pay a portion of your salary after you're hired to pay us back for the course tuition. If you're not hired, owe nothing except the reg fee
      Getting in
      Minimum Skill LevelN/A
      Placement TestNo
      InterviewNo
      More Start Dates
      January 17, 2021 - Online Apply by January 17, 2021
    • Highly Recommend
      - 12/11/2020
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      Bronislav Novak • SDET • Verified via LinkedIn
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       Whoever wants to be a QA/SDET i highly recommend to take their course.
      They have an amazing team of instructors.  They teach you everything that you need to know about Quality Assurance and prepare you for interviews.
      A lot of people are scared of going to interviews but thanks to JobEasy they build my confidence so when I was going to the interviews I sounded confided and knowledgeable.
      Want to thank Max Glubochansky for mentoring me and preparing for interviews.
      Highly recommend 
      Response From: Max Glubochansky of JobEasy
      Title: founder of JobEasy
      Saturday, Dec 12 2020
      Thanks for the kind words! We are glad that our school has helped you to make your life better.
    • Kiril Praveen  User Photo
      Kiril Praveen • QA Manager Verified via GitHub
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      I have been looking into this QA Automation course after a friend recommended it to me. And since i didn't have a lot of cash upfront, the ISA model is perfect for me!
      Response From: Max Glubochansky of JobEasy
      Title: founder
      Saturday, Dec 12 2020
      Glad we could help. And we are always happy to see you again as our student if you want to raise qualification and learn something new.
    • Ravshan R  User Photo
      Ravshan R • Software QA Engineer • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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      JobEasy manual QA course covers the basics of manual software testing; the main focus is on passing the interview and getting a job in the IT field.
      It is the fastest course available anywhere which can make you ready for your job interview.
      There is an internship with a real-world project, you have the option to do an internship as long as you need it.
      As mentioned above, the main focus is on interview preparation, and instructors at the JobEasy team will support you throughout your job application process. I was able to find a job as a Software QA Engineer within 1 month after starting application.
      Response From: Max Glubochansky of JobEasy
      Title: founder
      Saturday, Dec 12 2020
      Will be glad to see you again on our advanced courses. Follow our news on social networks.
      https://www.facebook.com/JobEasyco/
    • Sofie McGothen • QAEngineer • Graduate
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       I am relatively new to QA and really enjoy how Max started with the basics at the very beginning of the course. He does a very good job of covering all the details, so that a beginner can easily understand the steps and flow of logic throughout the project. I'm in week 3 now and so far it was eye openning and informative. 
    • Kate • Quality Assurance Engineer • Graduate
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       Awesome course and Excellent learning materials.. All examples are detailed oriented, comprehensive and based on practical. Good for beginners to learn this basic manual testing course. I learned a lot, also i have cleared lots of different test case templates and how to derive test data. Whats the role of tester in Software development life cycle and how to get a job in tech. Thanks. 
    • Good course
      - 12/13/2020
      Kevin Garnica • QA Engineer • Applicant
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      The course is a good intro to Manual testing and testing software in general, but there are many other advanced aspects of testing not covered. If you need automated testing skills this is too basic for you and you should look for a more advanced course. Great for beginners, too basic for some.
    • Marco Broenu • QA Tester • Student
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      I am a new student. Still feel confused sometimes as it's all new mateiral, but any time i need help Jobeasy is very happy to help explain.. Live chat is highly recommended.
      Thank you:)
    • Arlette • QA Engineer • Graduate
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      I totally recommend this course for anyone who wants to have an awesome career and learn QA 
      Professors are knowledgable and classes are enjoable.
    • Sirio Lima • Quality Assurance tester • Graduate
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      I really liked the training, it gives the basic knowledge to start in the testing area! But the main thing at Jobeasy you understand and have knowledge how to get a job in QA and get a big salary. Thank you 
    • Jose Quezada • QA Engineer • Graduate
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       This QA course was really useful and informative. It gave me a clear overview of the QA role as an entryway to the tech industry. Also, JobEasy specialists helpt me set up my resume, apply for jobs, and how to ace the interview ! 
      Response From: Max Glubochansky of JobEasy
      Title: founder of JobEasy
      Saturday, Dec 12 2020
      Thank you! You are always welcome to join our advanced courses to continue your QA carrier. Greetings from our instructors and mentors.
    • Linda Treadway • QA Engineer • Graduate
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       Just finished QA Automation course. Instructors have been great and am so excited to continuing to learn strong technicsl skills. A great, very informative and easy to understand courses. You are even given helpful key points on getting a Software tester job.

      Thank you very much! 
    • I was skeptical
      - 10/15/2020
      Jordan • Quality Assurance Engineer • Graduate
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       Tbh, I was skeptical at first because it sounded too hyped. I asked to join the first week for free and then sign up if I like it and they accommodated my request. I ended up signing up with an ISA (income share agreement) contract so I payed almost nothing upfront, and I only owe if I get a job in QA – so that's awesome. It sucks to pay a lot and not knowing if it will turn out well. 

      The program was more intense than I expected, but in a good way. I felt like because my classs had 5 instructors (!) and I had my personal career mentor, that helped me getting over the learning curve and feel confident to apply for QA jobs. 

      So far I had two interviews and we will see whem I get a job secured. It is kinda awesome that I keep getting the JobEasy support even after the program ended, and they actually care that I find a job (because if I don't find a job they don't get paid.) 

    Thanks!