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Demand of Automating testing in perl

Amiti Kapoor
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Joined: Jun 16, 2012
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I have got a job as QA in perl . I will be doing automation testing and other type of testing there . I am a fresher. Is it good for my career growth or should i choose any other profession ?? . Is PERL Language have a demand . And would it be a good career choice . I am in india and salary my company providing ok . Please guide me as i am worried as i have to join the company on monday
Maneesh Godbole
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Developer write code in various languages such as Java, Python, Perl etc.
Testers test code using various testing tools. Rarely would a tester be expected to have programming knowledge. Per se, your testing job is independent of the language.

Amiti Kapoor wrote: Is it good for my career growth or should i choose any other profession ?? .

This is something only you can answer. Start off by asking yourself, do I want to be a developer or a tester at this stage. Your answer should be something which interests you, which you really like doing.


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Amiti Kapoor
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Thank you sir for replying .See i am interested in any technical job but the thing that i am worried about is if there is rise in testing be it manual or automation ??? will it provide me a good career growth . i am a smart worker and i have an honors degree in B.tech ,would my hard work in testing will be benefitial for my career???.

As a fresher i don't have much knowledge about this, that is why i am asking this question. so please guide me.
 
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