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PostSubject: Questions   Sun Dec 30, 2007 7:27 pm

Why did you ever become involved in QA/testing?
What is the testing lifecycle and explain each of its phases?
What is the difference between testing and Quality Assurance?
What is Negative testing?
What was a problem you had in your previous assignment (testing if possible)? How did you resolve it?
What are two of your strengths that you will bring to our QA/testing team?
How would you define Quality Assurance?
What do you like most about Quality Assurance/Testing?
What do you like least about Quality Assurance/Testing?
What is the Waterfall Development Method and do you agree with all the steps?
What is the V-Model Development Method and do you agree with this model?
What is the Capability Maturity Model (CMM)? At what CMM level were the last few companies you worked?
What is a "Good Tester"?
Could you tell me two things you did in your previous assignment (QA/Testing related hopefully) that you are proud of?
List 5 words that best describe your strengths.
What are two of your weaknesses?
What methodologies have you used to develop test cases?
In an application currently in production, one module of code is being modified. Is it necessary to re- test the whole application or is it enough to just test functionality associated with that module?
Define each of the following and explain how each relates to the other: Unit, System, and Integration testing.
Define Verification and Validation. Explain the differences between the two.
Explain the differences between White-box, Gray-box, and Black-box testing.
How do you go about going into a new organization? How do you assimilate?
Define the following and explain their usefulness: Change Management, Configuration Management, Version Control, and Defect Tracking.
What is ISO 9000? Have you ever been in an ISO shop?
When are you done testing?
What is the difference between a test strategy and a test plan?
What is ISO 9003? Why is it important
What are ISO standards? Why are they important?
What is IEEE 829? (This standard is important for Software Test Documentation-Why?)
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