I am planning to learn SAP In Hyderabad . Can any one tell me what is the duration of course and what modules would help me to land on a good
job in US? I have a QA analyst experience and willing to learn SAP and
cahnge my career.
Is it better that US and long standing? Basically I want to know how is the chances for QA - Quality Analysts in IT. Like testing of softwares. How much average salary can I get with 5 years of exp.?
I just graduated past January waith a Bachelor's degree in Computer Systems. I have been offered 2 jobs at the same time. One is as
a QA (Quality Assurance) Analyst and another one as a Data Analyst. I am confused which one to go for. QA Position offering me $45,000/Annual
and Data Analyst offering $16/hr. I do not wish to do programming which I have to if I decide to work as a QA. Data Analyst Position will not require
programming that much and I will be given Trainning for it. Help me decide what should I do. I am expected to start after the holidays.
I'm doing a project on top 10 jobs (in my opinion). And I want to add something to my list where I test stuff like PCs or phones (aka iPhone or Samsung Galaxy) and portable game devices (PlayStation Vita) Stuff like that, anyone have any ideas? Cause I have no clue on what to look up :P Thanks!
I am moving from long-time developer to business analyst. The position has been newly created at my company, and I'm trying to help define my new role. We use the straight waterfall development process, and I'm wondering how the job of a business analyst specifically should be adapted to this methodology. I understand the role of BA varies greatly from org to org and particularly depending on which development process a company uses. Which job functions typically associated with a BA are particularly important when using waterfall? Also, which functions typically associated with a BA might be less appropriately handled by this position since we use the waterfall process?
A little about my organization that may be important:
- We do have a dedicated QA team that currently writes their own use cases which are used as test cases.
- For most projects, our "customers" are internal.
- Our products are for the most part built for an entire industry, not individual customers though they are sometimes adapted to specific implementations. Any external customers we may pull in would be more representative than comprehensive, as might be the case if we were a contractor or custom development shop.
I recently graduated from college and have been working for a few months in QA as an independent contractor. For a certain software project, I am in charge of writing test scripts, testing new features, organizing and administrating regression testing, and making sure the program works correctly in general. My degree is not in software, but it is in a technical field. I've been making $25/hr, but now they're hiring me on full time. I've never had a full salaried job before and am wondering what salary I should expect. Estimates?
Im looking for a career change and want to be a business analyst., I have 3 years technical exp. On going through requirements of a bus analyst, I belierve I have all other skills like knowledge of tools, documentation skills, good language and communication skills, experience in liasoning wiht clients etc..
But one area where I lack is th edomain knowledge... how do I build up on it?
I am not very choosy about the domain im looking for.... could be anything, but I need a clear path as to how I can build my domain skills [my current proj is purely tech and offers no scope to gather domain knowledge]
I am graduating in three months and am looking for jobs now. Honestly, programming, coding is not my thing but it is what I'm stuck with. What jobs can I get with that degree and I'm open to areas outside the field as well obviously.
I am graduating in December and am still somewhat unsure of what career field I will choose. I am getting my BS in Applied Economics with minors in Business Administration, Geography and Computer Science. I feel that being a web analyst would be an interesting job because it deals with both business and computers.
For the web analyst out there, would you recommend becoming one? Do you enjoy your job? Thanks for any help!
There are so many IT roles (Business Analyst, Developer, Systems Analyst, DBA, etc) I am interning as a Java developer and also have work experience as a QA and also with hardware/networking. I'm welcome to all opinions!
I am trying a job as a QA Tester/analyst.Anyone who is working on QA pls help me out.I am worried about the latest project what to put.Can somebody paste me the content of your current project description(I mean i want to know exact what are you doing)a bit of explanation is really appreciated.
I have knowledge on Manual testing,automation testing,i can write test cases,RTM,I know the tools QTP and LoadRunner and also QC.
So pls somebody help me out.
I am currently working in India and have 5 years 5 months of QA experience in software industry. I am now looking for QA job abroad. Can anyone please provide me some info as which country has good opening or oppurtunities for a QA? Thanks in advance
What is the difference if i got a degree in computer science, or a degree in computer programming. How are they different.
My fiance and i are moving to sf and i need a job during the day while hes in school. i am getting a certification in buissness and computers. i would like to work from home on a laptop. does anyone have personal experience about jobs that they could work from home?
I am a recent graduate and I have two job offers.
The first is with a drilling company doing well planning, and the other is with a software company doing quality assurance.
The drilling company pays ~40k with full benefits
The software company pays ~48.5k with full benefits
Both have pros and cons. Just want some other opinions, ideas that I may not have thought of and ect.
What are 3 of the top skills you need to be successful at being a QA analyst?
What is the average salary?
What is involved in this line of work........ specifically?
Is it worth it?
I have a Bachelor's degree in computer science. What can I do that isn't strictly programming or software development (it can involve some programming, but not where 100?f your work is coding)? Also what can I do that's outside of the IT industry? And what would I need to have or learn besides my degree to get there?
I am totally confused ,what to do now i have tech support job in hands not yet joined i does not know what work will be involved in it.and i do not know that after 2 yr where could be i (i.e)in which position i will be as a what ..?and more quires but just i want is it good carrier being for a fresher ,actually i looking for an IT software job ,will this experience taken into consideration if not then what i have do now?