Do you have to be a programmer in order to become a QA tester?
This quora post has a better answer than I can provide. Basically, yes you can! But you must understand user design principles, software requirements, etc.
I was hoping so because I think my coding skills aren’t perfect yet so I was a bit disappointed with myself lol.
Np!! And don’t worry! My partner loves games but he’s not a coder yet I can’t tell you how many times he has found bugs or went on a tirade about how the game he’s playing has bad game design principles. He can’t code his own game, but he knows the theory behind it and that’s a powerful ability to have for companies that value user experience.
hi there @chris.3!
I think that in order to gain better understanding, you should build and practice and practice and build more as much as you can
other suggestion- try to find some “head-first” books in the subjects and read them it helps alot, from my experience
Yes, You can, but it will be difficult to find a job as you’ll be struggling with people who do know programming.