How would I convert from manual tester to test automation engineer?

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I was asked this question recently by a manual tester who wants to make the change to test automation in the future.

He is not looking for immediate results and is willing to invest time and money in the process.

He also wants to learn skills that would be good not only in 2020 but also in 2025.




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