I'm not too sure on the hiring proccess, so maybe I should keep things a little more confidential.
With the cover letter, I basically just outlined my past four years of experience in the Q.A and beta-testing areas.
I wrote a fair bit, but it was pretty beif. Just to give them an idea of my knowledge and what would make me a good candidate.
If they believe I am a good candidate, I will then go further to outline all my previous experience with programming.
Originally Posted by billyboy_999
Do you know how to program? It might help, so you kinda intuitively know where bugs might occur and stuff.
Experience in several languages.