Here’s the thing: I’ve been told many times by hiring managers and by recruiters that they dont want manual testers any longer.
They want instead manual testers with programming and test automation skills.
So, I want to help manual testers start improving and diversifying their skills.
The very good testers are rare on any market.
Most manual testers don't do much about improving their knowledge.
They assume that, because they had a good job in the past, they will continue to have one in the future.
Today, I don’t want to focus on the past.
Instead, I want to tell you what you can do to keep your job. Because I have a great solution.
If you want a job that pays much more than a manual tester, you will love this.
If you want to start a new career (as a developer), this is going to be great for you.
If you want a more satisfying testing job, please pay attention.
This is the solution to improving your professional testing career…