My research on Software QA shows it’s sometimes tedious and repetitive work, especially in manual testing but I might need to learn SQL or other language which is the part I like. I also found out that some people progress in their career and move from Software QA to Web Development or Programming.
The last one I think that is worth mentioning is reactive programming. More than a framework or library its a methodology for creating eloquent efficient asynchronous event driven applications in the browser.
@windbeneathmywings thank you for your information about JS
Do you think its easier to get into web development after working as Software QA or UX Design?
Which field would benefit me more?
If you want to get into web development, why not just do that? Why do feel you need to go through UX design or QA first? Those are really completely different things. From web development, but also from each other.
I am trying to apply for funding through some provincial program which would be free for me if I get approved. The thing is in that program web development falls under the job code which has very low chances of getting approved and the closest fields I found are Software QA and UX/UI
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