Hi im MCA Graduate. Can anyone clarify my Doubt.I had Avg
knowledge on VB , DotNet(vb) and Core Java.
Also hands on Sql Server.
Is it necessary to gain full knowledge for a Manual Tester
to attain knwldg on Languages?
On what areas , i have to concentrate to become a good and
prefessional in Manual Testeting Field?
Plz clarify me.
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Answer / sangamithra
Hi,to manual tester no need to know the languages.If u want to working in whitebox testing,languages is need, otherwise it dont want.If u want to be a good manual tester,u should know to write testcases as functionality vice.I think its enough to become a good manual tester.
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Answer / syam c kumar
Hi No need to familiar with the Languages. Perfection will
comes on hands on experience.
My suggestion is try to concentrate on writing TCs,
especially Functional, that will help your analytical skills
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