Software testing as future

Report
Question

Please briefly explain why you feel this question should be reported .

Report Cancel

Is it true that software tester lays less than developer??? If yes then how much. And does software tester gets high hikehike as developer I.e. 70-80% ???

 

All I want to ask about future growth in testing. I love testing and no matter what I will do testing only. But still I am scared because of so many negative responses about it so please help me. Thank you sir

in progress 1
General 1 Answer 791 views 0

Answer ( 1 )

  1. Thanh Huynh
    0
    December 20, 2015 at 10:59 am

    Please briefly explain why you feel this answer should be reported .

    Report Cancel
    Hi Rahul,

    Thanks for your question and what I can say that you are not alone.

    I often receive the similar concerns from new testers and I also observe the same concerns brought up on forums and meetups.

    Regarding negative response, most of negative response about software testing is from people has never done any type of testing. In other words, I call these mis-perceptions in software testing

    I'm not sure what type of testing you are talking about but if you mean "traditional manual testing" where testers just follow exact test case and run it again and again and again builds after builds, then that type of testing is almost dead or at least should be dead.

    Why? It's because it doesn't either add much value to build quality product or reduce the cost of testing.

    Augusto shared great advice in an interview with AskTester. I would like to quote one of them as below:
    If there is one thing that I would recommend to a tester transitioning to agile is to unlearn as quickly as possible the “quality police” aspects of traditional testing and start focusing on collaborating with developers and business stakeholders.

    I'm glad when you said that you love testing and no matter what you would do testing only. Keep that passion and motivation. Don't worry about negative response and because you can't control it. The only thing you can control is your skill. Keep sharpen your skills, learn more skills to support your do better testing..and you'll be fine.

    Goodluck!

    PS. Some other questions you may want to check out:

    Is manual testing dead
    Why software testing is often viewed as low-grade when comparing with software development?
    Traditional Test Will Be Dead Soon

Leave an answer

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

R

About [Rahul Lapasiya]