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Interview Questions by IT Company's


Interview Questions by IT Company's

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Comment by Ayesha begum on September 6, 2014 at 4:54pm

especially about automation projects.

Comment by Ayesha begum on September 6, 2014 at 4:52pm

Plz share an interview questions of 2-3 years exp.Wt an interviewer ask about projects.

Comment by Chandra Mishra on August 6, 2014 at 7:27pm

Hi Friends ..............Can any one share HCL interview questions

Comment by Sandeep Fofandi on March 21, 2014 at 12:21pm

Q. Different between Smoke Testing and Functional testing?

Q. Should we need to check all functionality in all Browser?

Q. If we have not enough time to testing the software n product than how to do it?

Q.If building is ready to test. Than how to start Testing?What is your first step?

Comment by Harsha.A.R on February 10, 2014 at 11:58am

i'm glad to be a part of this group...intersting

Comment by Sandeep Fofandi on November 29, 2012 at 6:11pm

client sent bug but all testcases are passed then how can convience to developer?

I have face this question two time.

Comment by Florin Ursu on November 21, 2012 at 11:44am

I read through a number of posts in this group, and I feel I can comment.

Many of you ask "what should I say if I am asked this question...", and then you list a generic question such as "WHY YOU CHOOSE SOFTWARE TESTING AS YOUR CAREER".

When I interview candidates and ask a question like this, there is no one generic answer. This question, by definition, is about getting to know you, what drives you, what motivates you, what makes you "tick" and why do you find this industry interesting. You might be only looking for a job, and it doesn't really matter what job you get, granted, but if you are truly interested in Software Testing as a career of choice, stating why you want it is exactly what you need to say. There are 1000 possible good answers, as long as you are natural and honest about it. Let the interviewer see the passion you have for testing and why you find it interesting, rather than providing a standard answer that you assume they anticipate.

I tend to do my interviews different than others, perhaps, but what I am interested is to understand how the person thinks, how they react in situations they never faced, and so on, because, after all, that is what we do on a daily basis in software industry. To all these questions there are no standard answers that you should memorize. Let your inner self shine and let people like you for who you are.

Then there are the technical questions, where people try to determine if you really have the skills you state you have. Even in these situations, I disagree with managers that start asking you questions that you can answer by memorizing a manual that teaches you that particular situation. I rather see how you handle a hands on problem, tell me how you think, how you solve a problem how you think about the bigger picture, how you are able to understand architecture and many other things. 

Memorizing answers from a text book has zero value to me.

Oh, before I forget... certifications are also a big waste of time, they will never make you a better tester, just because you answer 40 questions from which you select the "right" answer, especially when, arguably, many of the questions have exactly 0 correct answers (even though those testing you there will disagree).

Did I get you intrigued yet? If yes, that's good.

Start using your best testing tool. You all possess it! Imagine taking your hands and putting them to the sides of your head. You are now holding the best testing tool there is, your brain!

Be yourself, be awesome testers!

Comment by P S on September 24, 2012 at 10:07am

Hi i am looking for a job change in Hyderabad, please let me know if there are any openings for 1year 10months exp in Manual Testing thanks in advance.


Comment by Arun Kumar.TP on August 22, 2012 at 4:17pm

useful group

Comment by Abhay Kulshreshtha on June 26, 2012 at 9:35pm

Nice and useful group 


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