Which is better job??working in software development or software testing? and why?
Asked By: swati_getsweetypie - 7/7/2006
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I think it depends on what kind of software development and what kind of testing. For instance, a QA analyst might make more than an html developer. Also, there is usability/accessibility testing. These kinds of testing for major companies pay quite a lot more than their developer counterparts (In the companies I've... More
Answered By: The Nav Says - 7/14/2006
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Clearly, software development would be much harder than testing, but if you enjoy one over the other, take the one you enjoy Development should pay more and have you working harder, testing your knowledge, and tessting should just test your "using the software" skills.
Answered By: Anthony P - 7/7/2006
Really it depends on your interest, ergo nowadays we've a new engineering which is called software quality engineering it means that you are talking about two majors.
Answered By: shayanchris - 7/7/2006
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