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How to shift from Manual Testing to Java Development?

Question asked by Gideon Prabu in #Software Testing on Feb 21, 2019
Gideon Prabu
Gideon Prabu · Feb 21, 2019

Hi Sir,

I have 6 years of experience in Manual Testing. I have completed core java course and I want to shift to Java Development. In my organization, they have stopped internal movements and interviews due to lack of projects. So, Please advice me how to move further.

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Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Feb 21, 2019
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You haven't told us what are the problems you are facing. If your company does not offer you a role as a developer, you should look at other companies. 

Mohit Patil
Mohit Patil · Feb 21, 2019
Rank C2 - EXPERT

There is no future for anyone in your current organisation. You are going to look elsewhere for job opportunities anyway. However, when you are looking for a new job, it's better to go with your existing experience. It will be easier for you to find a manual testing job. 

For Java developer job you can try your luck by applying to the companies that are recruiting Java developers.

Prasad Ajinkya
Prasad Ajinkya · Feb 22, 2019
Rank C3 - EXPERT

Think of Selenium based testing, and writing automated test cases for Android via the Instrumentation path. It will open a plethora of possibilities for you. Focus on either of the approaches  and learn to be good at that.

Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Feb 22, 2019
Rank A1 - PRO

Right! As @Prasad Ajinkya said, it's better to opt for automation testing where you could make use of you Java programming knowledge. 

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