KEENLITY is launching its innovative ‘Tickets Based Program’ for software testing, a unique blend of self-directed learning and professional guidance. This software testing course aims to enhance learning efficiency and provide precise learning directions while reducing time costs. Subscribers of the ‘Tickets System’ can pose questions about personal learning, software testing, Python development, and receive immediate, personalized responses from experienced professionals. Additionally, the program emphasizes balancing self-study with practical experience to aid students in advancing in the field of software testing.
KEENLITY鋒測科技正推出其創新的「Tickets Based Program」軟體測試課程，這是一種基於自主學習與專業指導相結合的指導模式。該計劃旨在提高學習效率，確保學生獲得精準的學習方向，同時減少時間成本。透過訂閱「Tickets System」，用戶可以提出有關個人學習、軟體測試、Python開發等問題，並從經驗豐富的專業人士那裡獲得即時且個性化的回答。此外，該計劃還特別強調在自學和實踐經驗之間取得平衡，幫助學生在軟體測試領域取得進步。
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