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A few thoughts based on my not-quite-ten years experience as a tester and automator: Learn the principles, not a tool - If you understand the principles of automation and how it works, you're going to be in a much better strategic position than if you simply learn an automation tool. You could do worse than to dig through Joe Strazzere's blog and Alan ...


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You already have a very solid foundation to build on, with your impressive knowledge about QA and your professional skills. If you can supplement that with more technical skills and expertise in test automation, you will have a very valuable (and rare) profile on the job market. From my experience with the many excellent people I have had a chance to work ...


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So you would likely be geared more towards an automation lead role and less towards an automation engineer role. While having extreme technical experience is great, you should understand principles more than practice. Development Principles Learn the basics to a few different programming. Buy some development books that focuses more on the principles than ...



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