Interview Questions & Answers

Software Testing Interview Question and Answer | 61 – 70

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…

Functional Testing Industry Wisdom Testing Fundamentals

Vande Mataram | What it means for Testing team

Independence & Freedom – everybody likes it. Wants it. Fights for it. And finally celebrates it. It gives you the objectivity to express your views & opinions. It is essential for a thriving society where the mind is without fear & the head is held high. As India celebrates its ‘Independence Day’ on August 15th, let’s see what it means for a Test team.

Testing Fundamentals

Old but Relevant | The 7 fundamental principles of Software Testing

The world is driven by beliefs. It may be in God or Technology. Over a period of time every society lay down a set of philosophies or values for better organization & operation. Similarly, any technology has its own fundamental principles which have been proven right as the time elapsed. ‘Software Testing’ is no different – it also has a set of 7 fundamental principles that are proven right over the time.

Test Planning & Management Testing Fundamentals

The Testing Bible, The Gita & The Quran | Software Testing Life cycle

‘To make it Right, first identify what’s Wrong’ – but how? How do you identify what’s wrong? Intuition says – Just give me the application and I can find what’s wrong (defects), right? Nah! We are not workers, we are professionals. How do you build customer confidence with your ad-hoc tests? After all, Client is paying you to get the job done. And he/she wants ‘Quantitative’ reports & a ‘Quality’ product at the end. So how do you make sure that your Client is happy? Forget about Software Testing Life Cycle – in any Technical background, how do you make sure that your Client is super-happy @ the end?