I have 2+ experience in manual testing but I can not use
any bug tracking tool. I use excel sheet & mail that sheet
to developer now I wan to change company is there any
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Answer / jyo
NO, that is not a problem.
Every organization have their own method of working.
You are following your company strategies and methods.
so, no problem you can shift to new company just need to
assure them that you will grasp new techniques soon.
All the best
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Answer / wamzii
Not a prob at all man.
Just be confident and try somewhere else.
But be ready to learn new things. You can learn any tool in
few hours only.
All the best.
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Answer / phu
I think it is not problem. You can log bugs by anyway. It's important, you have to keep track status of bug.
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Answer / jalsa
No effect man...u can shift to a new company!! But, think
twicw before shifting. Competetion is very high in the
market. If u think u have enough skills that u can survive
in any company, then u can surely shift to a new
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