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Machine Learning and Deep Leaning are subsets a of Artificial Intelligence. As per a report by Gartner, demand for Artificial Intelligence professionals will jump by 38% by 2020. There is lots of excitement in the tech community to learn Machine Learning, but at the same time, there is a confusion on the courses one needs to take to become job ready. With this article, we have created a curated list of courses that will help you develop industry ready Deep Learning skills.

Courses are organized in following three categories

 

Selenium is an open-source automated testing tool. It can perform functional, regression, load testing on web applications across different browsers and platforms. Selenium is one of the finest tools, but it does have some drawbacks.

There are some strong contenders to Selenium available in the market. Following is a curated list of highly vetted Selenium alternatives.

1) iMacros:

 

Following is curated listed of highly rated and enrolled courses in Udemy. The courses are available for FREE. Coupon is already applied to the course link. To avail, the coupon just clicks on the corresponding course link.

Courses are arranged in the following category:

 

Data science has become the de-facto approach to tackle science and business problems. As per a report by IBM, demand for data scientists will soar by 28% by 2020. There is lots of excitement in the tech community to learn Data Sciences, but at the same time, there is a confusion on the courses one needs to take to become job ready. With this article, we have created a curated list of courses that will help you develop industry ready DataScience skills.

 

What is Node JS?

Node.js is a cross-platform runtime library and environment for running JavaScript applications outside the browser. This is a free and open source tool used for creating server-side JS applications.

Node.js applications are written in JavaScript. This application can runs within the Node.js runtime on Linux and Microsoft Windows. This framework offers a rich library of various JavaScript modules to simplify web development process.

 

What Is Front end Testing?

Front-end Testing is testing Graphical User Interface (GUI), functionality and usability of website or application.

For Example: If you enter your name into the frontend of application, numbers should not be accepted. Another example would be checking the alignment of GUI elements.

 

What is Node.js?

Node.js is a server-side platform built on Google Chrome's JavaScript Engine. It uses a non-blocking, event-driven I/O model. It allows developers to create data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices. Its applications are written in JavaScript. It can be run on OS X, Microsoft Windows, and Linux operating systems. It is widely used to run real-time server applications.