Monday, April 14, 2008

Interview Questions: Quality Engineer

After a long time i'm posting on this blog, i'm in middle of a QA interview right now, so i though to publish some QA questions, that any QA engineer should expect as part of their technical evaluation. As before i'll not be posting the answer i want you to look for the answers on your own:

  • What are functional requirements?
  • What is a sequence diagram?
  • What is regression testing?
  • What is smoke testing?
  • What is sanity testing?
  • Difference b/w validation and verification?
  • Integration testing?
  • Security testing, SQL injection?
  • Write all the test cases for testing a telephone/ whiteboard/ laptop?
  • What is reverse engineering?
  • What is usability testing?
  • Difference b/w black box and gray box testing?
  • What is boundary value analysis?
  • What is debugging?
  • What is code coverage?
  • Any idea of test driven development?
  • What is Total Quality Management?
  • What is configuration management?
  • What is unit testing?
  • What is a test plan?
  • Difference between a defect, bug and enhancement?
  • What is load testing?
  • What is ad-hoc testing?
  • What is stress testing?
  • Are you familiar with UML?
  • Difference between Quality Assurance and Quality Control?
  • How would you ensure 100% coverage of testing?
  • What is the static analysis of code?
  • What is a good code?
  • Equivalence testing?
  • Error Guessing?
  • Ad-Hoc testing?
  • What is a build? How build management is done?
  • What’s the difference between Alpha & Beta testing?

2 comments:

Thiep said...

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leavalencia03 said...

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Henry