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The quality hierarchy of positions in a testing project

The hierarchy for QA projects for various reasons comes under the project manager of the project. Let’s start from the bottom of the hierarchy:
Junior tester:

Software Testing Terms and Meaning - Part 1

Acceptance criteria The expected results or performance characteristics that define whether the test case passed or failed. Acceptance Testing / User Acceptance Testing

Common questions asked during software testing interviews

Most of the Software testing interviewers ask below questions:

    • One of the first questions asked during an interview is “Can you tell me something about yourself?”
    • Can you describe yourself and some of your achievements?
    • Why do you want to leave your current company?
    • Where do you see yourself in three years?
    • How well do you rate yourself in software testing, on a scale of one to ten?
    • Are you looking for onsite opportunities?

Software Testing Terms and Meaning - Part 2

Back-to-back testing Testing in which two or more variants of a component or system are executed with the same inputs, the outputs compared, and analyzed in cases of discrepancies Basis Path Testing A white box test case design technique that uses

Software Testing Terms and Meaning - Part 4

  • Data flow Testing
    Testing in which test cases are designed based on variable usage within the code.
  • Data integrity and Database integrity Testing

Salary Negotiation

Salary negotiation is most tricky part in joining any company, it requires home work following are few note worthy points.

What is the salary trend?

Key Features of Functional Test Tools

Tools for functional test automation (such as QuickTest Pro from Mercury Interactive or e-Tester from Empirix) provide features that allow you create and run functional test scripts. These features include:

Software Testing Terms and Meaning - Part 7

Technical Requirements Testing Testing of those requirements that do not relate to functionality. i.e. performance, usability, etc.

 

The quality hierarchy of positions in a testing project

Junior tester:
Junior testers normally have 1 to 2 years of experience or are entry level. Their main task is executing test
Procedures prepared by seniors.
Senior tester:

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