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Which is Better Software Programming or Software Testing?

By informanuragjain ·
Hi
Currently I am working in a software firm as a Software Tester from one year. I am doing only web based manual testing. I did not do any testing course and I don?t have any idea about testing tools. I have a keen interest in Programming. I have done MCA from IGNOU and also done A level from DOEACC. So could you pls tell me that which line is good. Where I can found good career opportunity and growth.
Pls reply me because I am vary confused about my career.

Anurag Jain

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Helping people start in testing

by stewart.noakes In reply to Which is Better Software ...

Here at TCL we are always pleased to hear from people who are interested in software testing. I'd like to suggest to you that you go out and find a testing peer sharing event such as at http://pest.tcl.eu.com or http://www.workroom-productions.com/

Speak to people at an event like this and get to understand what sort of things you could be doing.

If you are going to be a great tester, you need to start getting some education and mentoring in testing specifically, which will bring out some different skills to those that you might be using right now.

There's lots of stuff out there - don't get suckered into expensive certification courses until you are sure you know what you want to learn and where you want to take things.

Good luck
Let me know if you need any further help.

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