A peculiar but prominent distinction – Technical vs Domain Tester. Yeah! We know both are necessary for a successful QA career, but after certain years of experience your resume tend to incline towards one or the other. We are not Rajinikanth after all Who wins the Technical vs Domain Tester battle? Nah! It’s not a comparison between Deepanshu and Kanchan (we are together after all ;-)) but comparison between two different kinds of resume!
Too much work, every day we stay late in office. Oh it just skipped my mind, sorry. Let’s discuss it tomorrow. His/her mail is always ambiguous, let’s discuss on call directly. They are discussing about the technical design, we (testers) need not attend. Hey developer – have mailed you the bug, please investigate. These are some of the common dialogues in our everyday IT life. Ever thought of changing something? Nah? Yes? Every one of us notices something errant but then forget about it the next moment. But we say – Small changes can make a big difference to your career.
There is no such statement as ‘I am now prepared for the interview‘. When facing a Testing interview no matter how many interview questions and answers you have gone through – there is always more to read ? Continuing on our Testing Interview questions series, let’s see some more interesting FAQs…
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…
The best way to get ready for an interview is to take the time to review the most common interview questions you will most likely be asked. Got an interview coming up? Continuing on our Interview Questions and Answers series for Software Testing,
Continuing on our Software Testing Interview series, let’s get started with popular Q and A – hope these will help to crack some questions!
Software Testing Interview Questions and Answers series – we don’t segregate Q&A in categories like Manual Testing, Selenium, Mobile Testing or HPE UFT.
Manual & Automation Testing Interview series – we don’t segregate questions in categories like Manual Testing, Selenium, Mobile Testing or HPE UFT.
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
Continuing on our ‘Interview Questions & Answers Series – Part 1’, let’s look at some more interesting Software Testing Interview questions.
Without wasting any space, getting straight to our Manual Testing Interview Questions & Answers Series’ – Part I. Q1. What is Software Testing? Say you want to transfer 10K INR to your friend via Net banking. You make the transaction & inform your friend. But when you check your SMS, it says 11K INR has […]
Software Testing? Can’t you change your technology? Development is much better…A B.Sc. pass can also do Testing, do something good with your engineering degree…Testing is no more a skill set…Anyone can do that…It’s boring…At least learn Automation for survival…There is no career in Software Testing!