Does a QA Engineer Need to Code?
In my experience I have met several quality assurance engineers. Some of them used to code, others no. So… is coding so necessary? Does it make the difference in QA activities? While we are shifting to a DevOps culture, with multiple buzzwords like Artificial Intelligence or 10X Engineer, is coding good for someone in the quality assurance? Let’s try to understand if it is a “must” to be a good quality-assurance-addicted.
Miro Barsocchi works in the quality assurance for web applications, software, mobile and previously, SIM and USIM. He is involved and was, in testing activity for the frontend, and backend at Expedia Group. Passionate about automation (Selenium WebDriver, Nightwatchjs, CasperJS, JMeter, SoapUI) and always open to new methods and technologies. In the past, he was a developer and he uses his knowledge of coding for everything that is needed to improve the final product. In the last years, he has attended as a speaker, to a various number of conferences in Rome, London, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam and Milan.
Speaker at the radio, actor, surfer, snowboarder, barman and electronic engineer during the spare time.