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This course is for Testing profile candidate who wanted to build there career into Big Data or Non Big DataTesting. So I have designed this course so they can start workingwith JIRA and Rally with Agile methodology intesting. All the users who are working in QA profile and wanted to move into testing profile domain should take this course and go through the complete tutorials.I have included the material which is needed for big data or Non Big Datatesting profile and it has all the necessary contents which is required for learning JIRA, Rally with Agile methodology.It will give the detailed information for different features and how to use at different levelwhich is needed by the tester to move into bigger umbrella i.e. Big Dataor Non Big DataTesting.This course is well structured with all elements of different uses of JIRA, Rally and how it is used in real time projectsin practical manner separated by different topics. Students should take this course who wanted to learn JIRA and Rally with Agilefrom scratch.
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