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Hi All,

Need a little advice....

I am "Software QA/Test Enginner" and I want to remain in this field only. I gave SCJP yesterday and cleared with 86%. This I did, assuming that a tester must have a knowledge of atleast one OO language.

I don't want to go in development field. Please suggest me something if I should do/must do in the Java and OO field looking from a tester/QA enginner perspective, apart from SCJP.

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from a testers perspective, you need to design, automate and test both applications in Java as well as web applications. Testing on java is a bit easier than other OOP language with the inbuilt functionality most testing tools imbibe. But assuming regression testing, you need to test out apps/web apps in 3 major vendor products like Silk, Winrunner and Robot.

Hope that helps
Sankha Subhra Das
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Rational Clear case is gaining a lot of market.

i would suggest IBM UML certification. It will give you good knowledge about designing.

And also look for some IBM certification that covers Rational

Vinant Pandey
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