Huddle Poll | Should Testers Learn To Code?

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Following on from the recent poll on if you know how to code, this week we want to ask you about coding in general and if you should learn how to code?  Is coding becoming an essential skill for testers? We return to this area this week with our question; should testers learn to code?

 

Should Testers Learn to Code?

Should Testers Learn to Code?
Yes, Right Now
80%
4
Yes, But depending on their role
20%
1
Yes, in the future
0%
0
No
0%
0
Never
0%
0
Not Sure
0%
0

 

What are the big questions in software testing? We want to answer that question. Each week on Huddle we share a poll on the big questions in Testing in our weekly Software Survey of Testers. You might feel a certain way about how many years it takes to become a good tester or you might have a certain opinion on ISO standards or testing problems but what are the opinions of others and how does your opinion fit into the thoughts of the software test.

View Previous Huddle Polls here

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