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Continuing on our zest to help fellow testers – this article shares some more Software Testing Interview Question and Answer that might be of help if you are looking for a change 😉

Any idea about Positive and Negative testing? Any examples? Retesting and Regression Testing? SDLC and STLC? ‘Test Environment’, Service-Oriented Architecture, the need of Emulator & Simulator in Mobile Testing, ‘Data Warehouse’? Any idea about ETL? What it stands for? What’s the need for different Test environments? Major challenges in ETL or Data Warehouse Testing…

Interview Questions & Answers Selenium Webdriver Tutorials

Write a Java program | 5 commonly asked java-program in Selenium interview

As soon as you write Selenium Java in your resume, interviewer is bound to give you a sheet of paper & ask write a Java program. Though Selenium doesn’t require extensive Java knowledge but still there is a set of basic Java programs that you should be able to write on-the-spot. This article covers five of the most popular Write a Java program questions frequently asked in the technical interview. The questions are easy, but don’t forget to mark these java-program in your to do list before attending any technical interview for Selenium automation testing.

Mobile App Testing Interview Questions
Interview Questions & Answers Mobile Testing

Mobile App Testing Interview Questions & Answers – 1

Welcome to the Mobile App Testing Interview Questions & Answers – 1. There is a growing requirement for people who test Mobile Apps. With an increasing focus on Apps designed for iOS devices, Android and Windows Mobile devices, App testing professionals are in great demand. If you are looking for a temporary or permanent job in the field of Mobile App testing, you will need to prepare for your interview just like any other professional would need to – one should know plenty of things and be closely familiar with certain technical terms and trends.

What is SDET?
Industry Wisdom Interview Q&A

After Automation, now what is SDET? Still an open question!

SDET, expands to Software Development Engineer in Test OR Software Design Engineer in Test. Don’t get confused. In simple terms – the SDET is a tester and also a developer. Haha! Confused? I too felt the same. No one is crystal clear about the SDET role – I guess not even an SDET himself/herself 🙂 a fancy word adopted by Microsoft and every one going Gaga o

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Interview Q&A Selenium Introduction Testing Tools

What is meant by Selenium WebDriver?

The biggest name in ‘Software Testing’ now-a-days, or at least from few years – Selenium. What’s Selenium? The Android of Web Automation! And what makes it so popular? Yeah! Its open source, but – though free it still need to be useful to gain popularity of such momentum. What makes it so appealing? So useful? Appropriate? Easy-to-use? Powerful? The answer is – Selenium WebDriver!

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Interview Q&A Mobile Testing

What are some typical Mobile App errors & defects?

A mobile device performs a lot of functions simultaneously – connectivity, location, lighting, UX, Functions, Battery Use, Data Handling, Touch screen, Sensors, etc. To uncover the defects and the errors in mobile app a proper Test Strategy needs to be implemented with great precautions. But what are the common Mobile App Errors or Defects? Let me try & answer this…

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Interview Q&A Mobile Testing Types of Software Testing

Desktop vs. Mobile | Why Testing Mobile apps is different from Desktop Testing?

Why was this not tested? Aaah! QAs were accustomed to testing Apps only on a selection of devices, but carriers required more money for procurement. OMG! Mobile Testing is completely different compared to Desktop Testing. If we understand the distinction and challenges of testing Mobile Apps, it will be a bit easier to tackle.

Development vs. Testing
Industry Wisdom Interview Q&A

Take it easy, Developer. It’s not personal!

Agree or not, once in a while every one of us enjoy criticizing something – a person or a situation. A conflict between a developer & a tester is not new – it has been there since the inception of Software Testing. After all, nobody likes it when their mistakes are pinpointed & written on the wall. What they don’t understand is – it’s not about ‘You’, it’s about the ‘Software’!