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    my natural progression to testing happened because I was no longer doing software.  I worked with the software people in India (they did much better then our own people in Switzerland).  We use Clear Case, btw.  But I got tired of being a test monkey, all our testing is manual, based on the industry I am in.  But I actually enjoyed writing test specifications.  

    Since then I have moved on to a troubleshooter position on my companies' own proprietary equipment, but spend most of my time supporting our competitor's equipment (where I used to work).  It pays well and I do like it, and don't miss the software too much, but my software skills are out of date.  It is a pretty secure position at this time as our industry's equipment becomes increasingly complicated.

    I guess it comes down to "picking your own poison."

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