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See, you can learn Selenium with any language, whether it is C#, Java, Ruby, Python etc. It doesn't matter whether the application you are going to test has been developed in the same language that you would use to write your test scripts, you can test an application developed using C# in Selenium with test scripts written in Java. In addition to that, you ...


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I am assuming that you: want to become competent programmer, with goal to learn programming beyond Selenium automation. have nobody around to ask for guidance (if you do, ask locally) also want to be able to write simple tools supporting QA tasks, and beyond. Python is widely considered as best language for beginners (MIT among others). It works much ...


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There are two sides of your question which I am interpreting (and may be I am wrong), but this is how I see it : You can choose your language based on the ease of learning. You can choose your language based on the support for that particular implementation. Let's talk about first- I have used both Python and Java implementations and I agree with Peter, ...


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@nikzz_0402 You need to look within the company what kind of project they have. Also ask developers view on it- what kind of automation they want for project. More then that consider Mike Cohn automation pyramid Now according to project you can investigate automation possibilities, tools and you also get to know what programming languages you need to ...


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I think you should start to learn programming language JAVA if you are thinking to move for web application automation testing. For functional automation testing Selenium webdriver is best to start , Please have a look with following for more details : 1 - Download Selenium 2 - Selenium & Java tutorials Selenium supports many other programming ...


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If you want to learn from scratch I think that Java will be good, because there is a huge amount of support from the community in this language (I think most of the people use Java with WebDriver). I've started with Java and for any question or trouble there always was somebody that could help me. Now I'm using Python with Selenium, and experience that ...



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