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Digest Number 908
User Stevens, Doug E (email@example.com) posted:
I don't wish to get into the more negative parts of this thread since
there is a lot of frustration evident. But I did want to concur with John,
your company does need to send you to training in not only WinRunner, but
also maybe a basic programming class. Most of what I have learned about WR
has not come from the "training" class. I am a former programmer turned QA
Test Engineer. Once you learn "a programming language" it is "fairly"
straightforward to learn another. Programming structures remain pretty
consistent, syntax though changes. A lot of times managers go to
presentations and see the "slick" features of a product, and don't realize
what it took to get to that point. Having said that, get training so that
the software doesn't become "shelfware".
GL and HTH,