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…

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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.

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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.

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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?