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Learn JMeter (Latest 5.1)

JMeter for Performance & API Testing

What you’ll learn

Performance & API Testing using JMeter

Course content

Expand all 27 lectures06:39:06
Introduction
20:30
+JMeter Installations on Windows & Mac
2 lectures09:33
+JMeter Elements & First JMeter Test
2 lectures18:01
+Assertions in JMeter
1 lecture39:28
+Listeners in JMeter
1 lecture27:33
+Timers in JMeter
1 lecture16:32
+Logic Controllers in JMeter
6 lectures01:11:25
+How to create a Database Test Plan (Load Test on Database)
2 lectures32:41
+How to run JMeter from Command Line (non GUI mode) & view results
2 lectures21:50
+How to test FTP upload and download (FTP Request Sampler)
1 lecture10:28
+JMeter PreProcessor & PostProcessor
1 lecture10:37
+JMeter Plugins Manager
1 lecture07:22
+Correlation
1 lecture16:29
+API/Webservices Testing using JMeter
1 lecture40:41
+Parameterization in JMeter
1 lecture24:05
+Functions & Variables in JMeter
1 lecture22:11
+Templates in JMeter
1 lecture09:40

Requirements

No special knowledge is required

Description

  • JMeter is most popular and open source performance testing tool. Also JMeter can be used to perform API testing.
  • In this course you will learn JMeter from scratch and how to perform performance testing and API testing.
  • After this course you can work with JMeter for personal and enterprise projects.

Topics Covered:

1) Overview on Performance Testing

2) Introduction &  Usage of JMeter

3) How to install JMeter on Windows

4) How to install JMeter on Mac

5) JMeter Elements (Thread Group,Sampleres,Listeners & Configuration)

6) First JMeter Test

7) Assertions in JMeter

8) Listeners in JMeter

9) Timers in JMeter

10) Logic Controllers – Loop Controller

11) Logic Controllers – Recording Controller

12) Logic Controllers – Simple,Module & Include Controllers

13) Logic Controllers – Random & Random Order Controllers

14) Logic Controllers – Interleave Controller

15) Logic Controllers- Throughput Controller (Build a Distributed Load Test)

16) How to create a JDBC Test Plan(Load Test on Database)

17) How to create assertions for JDBC Test Plan(Load Test on Database)

18) How to run jmeter from Command Line (non GUI mode) & view results

19) How to create HTML Reports from command line(non GUI mode)

20) How to test FTP upload and download( FTP Request Sampler)

21) JMeter PreProcessor & PostProcessor

22) JMeter Plugins Manager

23) Correlation with Regular Expression Extractor

24) API Webservices testing in JMeter

25) Parameterizaton/Working with CSV file

26) Functions & Variables

27) Templates in JMeter

etc..

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to learn Jmeter
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Writing With Flair: How To Become An Exceptional Writer

 

 

Writing With Flair: How To Become An Exceptional Writer

Ex-Wall Street Journal Editor Shows How To Make Your Blogs, Books & Business Writing Sparkle

Writing With Flair: How To Become An Exceptional Writer

Requirements

  • A notepad and pen, or computer for writing exercises

Description

  • The bestselling writing course on Udemy…
  • CLOSE TO 60,000 STUDENTS, THOUSANDS OF 5-STAR REVIEWS…
  • FEATURED IN TIME MAGAZINE AND BUSINESS INSIDER…
  • Taught by a former editor at The Wall Street Journal, and ex-contributor to The EconomistFinancial Times and Bloomberg News…
  • Shani Raja is a professional editor who has trained dozens of prominent journalists in the craft of writing…

 

These elite skills will help:

  • Make your business writing outshine that of your peers
  • Make your sales prospects instantly ‘get’ your product
  • Attract more loyal readers to your blogs and books
  • Get more clicks (and conversions) on your website
  • Get your CV to the top of the must-see interview pile
  • Make your essays the slickest in your class

 

 

You too will discover:

  • How to be super-economical with words
  • How to avoid repeating yourself unnecessarily
  • How to stop making simple ideas sound complex
  • How to write in plain English
  • How to tell when you’re saying too much
  • How to steer clear of weak or redundant words
  • How to keep sentences active and express ideas more powerfully
  • How to chop away sentence clutter
  • How to avoid jargon and clichés
  • How to make crisp distinctions between contrasting ideas
  • How to avoid mixing up time elements
  • How to strategically use words like “it” and “they” and “this and “that”
  • How to add consistency using a journalistic technique called house style
  • How to present your writing ultra-professionally
  • How to avoid what journalists call word echoes
  • How to keep ideas neat and parallel
  • How to create an elegant narrative structure

These are just some of the writing tricks that make great journalistic writing so slick. You’re about to learn them too–in as little as a few days if you choose to make this investment in your career today.

 





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Unit Testing for C# Developers

Unit Testing for C# Developers

Master unit testing C# code with NUnit and Moq: all about dependency injection, best practices and pitfalls to avoid.

Description

Picture this: you make a simple change to the code and suddenly realize that you created a dozen unexpected bugs. Sound familiar? You’re not alone!

Good news is, unit testing can make this a thing of the past.

Maybe you’ve heard of automated or unit testing before and you’re keen to learn more.

Or perhaps you’ve tried to learn it and got a bit lost or ended up with fat and fragile tests that got in the way and slowed you down.

Either way, what you need is a course that will teach you all you need to know about this essential skill – from the basics, right through to mastery level.

What is unit testing?

In a nutshell: it’s the practice of writing code to test your code and then run those tests in an automated fashion.

Why learn unit testing?

Why write extra code? Wouldn’t that take extra time to write? Would that slow you down? Why not just run the application and test it like an end user?

Thinking like this is the mistake lots of people make. I used to make it myself. I’ve had to learn the hard way!

I learned pretty fast that if you’re building a complex application or working on a legacy app, manually testing all the various functions is tedious and takes a significant amount of time.

As your application grows, the cost of manual testing grows exponentially. And you’re never 100% sure if you’ve fully tested all the edge cases. You’re never confident that your code really works until you release your software and get a call from your boss or an end user!

Several studies have shown that the later a bug is caught in the software development lifecycle, the more costly it is to the business.

Automated tests help you to catch bugs earlier in the software development lifecycle, right when you’re coding. These tests are repeatable. Write them once and run them over and over.

The benefits of using unit tests are:

  • help you to catch and fix bugs earlier, before releasing your app into production
  • help you to write better code with less bugs
  • help you to produce software with better design – extensible and loosely-coupled
  • give you rapid feedback and tell you if your code *really* works
  • force you to think of edge cases that you didn’t realize existed
  • test your code much faster
  • tell if you have broken any functionality as you write new code
  • allow you to refactor your code with confidence
  • act as documentation about what your code does
  • save you both time and money

A valuable skill for senior developers

More and more companies are recognizing the advantages of automated testing, that’s why it’s a must-have for senior coders. If you’re looking to reach the higher levels in your coding career, this course can help.

You don’t need any prior knowledge of automated testing. You only need 3 months of experience programming in C#.

With this course you’ll learn:

  • senior coder secrets – best practices to write great unit tests
  • tips and tricks to keep your tests clean, trustworthy and maintainable
  • the pitfalls to avoid – anti-patterns
  • how to refactor legacy, untestable code into loosely-coupled and testable code
  • all about dependency injection – the one thing every coder needs to know
  • the power of mocks – when and how to use them and when to avoid

You’ll get:

  • 6 hours of HD video
  • tutorials and guidance from a senior coder with 15+ years’ experience
  • exercises with step-by-step solution
  • downloadable source code
  • lifetime access
  • access online or offline at any time on any device
  • certificate of completion to present to your current or prospective employer
Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to build better quality software with fewer bugs
  • Any developers who want to transition to the senior level