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I disagree with those who say that we can and should ‘automate everything’ and we don’t need testers anymore, especially those who can’t write code. Really good investigative and exploratory skills are something testers can always bring to the table by working with everyone else on the team.

I think it’s not necessary to know a programming language to become a tester. I do think as new testers build up their knowledge, they should aim to have a deeper understanding of how their application works. Speak to developers, tech architects, and anyone else who has this knowledge and ask questions. These conversations alone could end up uncovering interesting things. It’s important however, have an awareness of the requirements of the company you work in, and also where you want your career to go. You might find it’s necessary to learn programming to get where you want to be.
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